The County of Sonoma offers services and programs in the areas of justice, law enforcement, and legal issues. Volunteer opportunities in these areas are spread throughout a number of County departments and programs including County Counsel, the District Attorney’s Office, the Family Justice Center, Juvenile Hall, and the Sheriff’s Office.
These range from clerking in multiple areas of the law, assisting with the planning and implementation of events and outreach, providing administrative and clerical support, tutoring and mentoring incarcerated youth, organizing donations for victims of domestic violence, providing translation services, and acting as an extra set of eyes and ears in the Volunteers in Policing (VIP’s) with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
Current opportunities will be announced below.
- If there are no listings on this page at this time, it could be that the department or program is not soliciting volunteers at this time.
- You can opt to submit an application and resume if you’d like, but there is no guarantee that you will hear from the department or program if there are not openings. Complete the volunteer application and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org drop it off at County of Sonoma Human Resources, Volunteer Program.
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