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Online Posse Web Resources

Advisory Posse

www.mcsoadvisoryposse.org

Communications Posse

www.posse.net

Community Services Posse (Comserv)

www.comservposse.org

Desert Foothills Posse
http://desertfoothillsposse.org/

Desert Search Unit | DSU

www.desertsearchunit.com

Enforcement Support Posse

www.mcso-esp.org

Maricopa County K9 Posse

http://www.maricopak9.com/

MCSO Memorial Fund

www.mcsomemorialfund.com

Medical Rescue Posse

www.mcsomrp.com

North Valley Posse

www.nvposse.org

Queen Creek Posse

www.queencreekposse.org

Sun City West Posse

www.sheriffspossesuncitywest.net

Sun Lakes Posse
http://www.sunlakesposse.org/

Sheriff's Posse of Westbrook Village Inc

www.westbrookvillageposse.org


 

Q: Where are the recruitment meetings held?

A: The meetings are held at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Training Center, 2627 South 35th Avenue, just north of the intersection of 35th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road, Phoenix, Arizona.

Q: When are the recruitment meetings held?

A: The recruitment meetings are conducted on the third Wednesday of each month, except December.

Posse Recruit Meetings FAQs


During the monthly recruitment meeting, interested recruits will be briefed on the Posse program, what to expect throughout the hiring process, training and complete or review the written application. To expedite the recruitment process, interested recruits can download and complete a Posse recruitment application at the Posse Recruit Application link below. Completed applications must be notarized and brought to the monthly meeting for validation and processing. Do not print the application double-sided, only single-sided applications will be accepted. They must be handwritten. Only the two attached application packets will be accepted.

In order to join the Posse program, a person must be at least 18 years old, a US citizen, have a valid Arizona driver's license and be in good health. A person cannot have been convicted of any felonies or have any misdemeanor convictions in the last 12 months or record of improper personal conduct – which will be discovered during the background check – that may affect their suitability for law enforcement work. Applicants must complete and have notarized a written application to start the process. These two packets are mandatory in order to join the posse and apply.

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office holds recruiting meetings for the volunteer Posse program once a month, except December. These volunteer, non-compensated positions are made up of people from all walks of who that want to do law enforcement work as a way to give back to their community.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Training Center

Posse Recruiting meetings

"You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give."-- Winston Churchill.

Maricopa County Sheriff's Posse - Volunteers with a mission. 

                                                   

Q: What should I bring to the meeting?

A: Bring the following items: a black ink pen to complete the written application, a valid Arizona driver's license and questions you have about the Posse program.

Q: What time do the recruitment meetings start?

A: 6:30 p.m.

The monthly recruiting meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, except December, and begin at  6:30 p.m. at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Training Center, 2627 South 35th Avenue,Phoenix, AZ. 85009 just north of the intersection of 35th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road.

Both packets are mandatory in order to join the posse and apply.

Q: What can I do to prepare for the recruitment meeting?

A: To expedite the application process, interested recruits can bring a completed and notarized application to the meeting. To download a copy of the Posse application see link below and print single-sided. Read the instructions carefully, answer all questions truthfully, and bring the completed and notarized application to the meeting for validation and processing. A handwritten signature and handwritten initials are required on this printed application.

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