Toronto Police Service volunteers provide an invaluable service to the people of Toronto. From canvassing neighbourhoods to assisting with missing persons reports, to following up with victims of crime, to simply extending a smile to a community member at a Toronto Police Service event, volunteers make a real difference in this city. Learn more about the volunteer roles available within the Toronto Police Service and how you can contribute to your community in a meaningful way.

Become an Auxiliary Officer

Student co-op Program
The Toronto Police Service supports co-operative Education programs offered by the local boards of education and various post-secondary institutions. Such programs allow Co-operative Education Students to obtain work experience and achieve credits toward their diplomas, certificates or degrees.

The students assist clerical staff in their daily duties in order to gain valuable work experience. The students are placed in various units, Divisions, across the city according to the needs of the Service.

Inquiries about co-operative education opportunities can be directed to [email protected]

Toronto Police Adult & Youth Volunteer Program / Consultative Committees


Humber College Rover Crew


Volunteer with Victim Services Toronto