Riverside County Sheriff’s Department assumes municipal police services for the cities of Perris, Menifee, and Canyon Lake, along with the unincorporated communities of Glen Valley, Mead Valley, Harvest Valley, Romoland, Woodcrest, Lake Matthews, and Gavilan Hills.
Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Perris Station has many opportunities for citizens to get involved in their communities. Volunteers contribute to positive communications between the community and law enforcement; gain valuable work experience; and get to meet new people in varied settings.
Learn more about our volunteer groups:
Our Perris Station volunteers' tasks range from arranging the servicing of patrol vehicles, assisting with crime prevention or, preparing reports for document imaging.
If you are interested in applying for a station volunteer position, please contact Perris Community Service Officer at 210-1110.
Explorer Post 522
The City of Perris Station supports an active Explorer Post Program for young persons between the ages of 14 and 21. Law Enforcement Exploring gives a hands on look at what a career in law enforcement is really like. Explorers direct traffic at special events; help with crime prevention programs; and provide light security details. Once eligible, explorers can go on ride-alongs with officers and assist on various calls.
Applicants must obtain parental permission; have good moral character; have no major criminal history; and pass a background investigation.
To join Explorers, click here.
Citizens on Patrol
The City of Perris Citizens on Patrol group is comprised of highly trained volunteers who enhance vital crime prevention services and community awareness through proactive law enforcement principles. Citizen volunteers do not require special law enforcement training and do not carry weapons or make arrests.
An applicant must be 18 or older; appear professional at all time; have good moral character; have no felony convictions; be a current US citizen; and be able to pass a background check.
If you are interested in joining Citizens on Patrol, feel free to contact Perris Community Service Officer at 210-1110.