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Administrative Volunteer Team

The administrative volunteer program was established in 1984 to assist police officers and department personnel with clerical and supportive roles throughout the agency.

Community Resource Center Volunteer Team

In 1992, the St. Petersburg Police Department set out to develop a partnership with neighborhood associations and community residents to augment the agency's community policing philosophy. This partnership has become the catalyst by which information and services are disseminated. Resource center volunteers are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the two community resource centers that are currently operating in the City of St. Petersburg.

Resource center locations

  • Bartlett Park Resource Center
    1600 MLK Street South
    St.Petersburg, FL 33701
    Phone: 727-550-2381
  • Disston Plaza Community Resource Center
    3615 49 St N
    St. Petersburg, FL 33710
    Phone: 727-521-0178
  • Midtown Community Resource Center (Tangerine Plaza)
    1786 22 Street South
    St. Petersburg, FL 33712
    Phone: 727-552-2477


All Administrative and Resource Center applicants must meet strict qualification prior to participation in the Administrative Volunteer program.

To become a volunteer with the St. Petersburg Police Department, an applicant must meet the primary selection standards listed below:

  • Pre-application interview
  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Be at least 19 years of age
  • Be subject to a criminal background check, polygraph examination, and fingerprinting.
  • Possess a valid driver’s license and understand that I must possess a valid Florida driver’s license at the time of my appointment (if my volunteer assignment requires you to drive a city vehicle).
  • Have not been convicted of a felony crime.
  • Have not been convicted of any misdemeanor, involving the commission of an act contrary to the moral conscience of the general public.
  • Have not been convicted of any felony or of a misdemeanor involving perjury or a false statement, notwithstanding suspension of sentence or withholding of adjudication.
  • Have not received a dishonorable discharge from the Armed Services - if having served.
  • Have not used, tried or experimented with any drugs classified as controlled substances, or any other illegal drugs while not under the care of a physician.
  • Have not used, tried or experimented with Marijuana within the last year and have not used, tried, or experimented with marijuana more that 10 times in your life.
  • Have not sold, offered for sale, induced or attempted to induce another person in the use of illegal drugs.
  • Have not inhaled, ingested, used, tried or experimented with any harmful chemical substances within the last twelve (12) months for the purpose of inducing intoxication of which distorts or disturbs the auditory, visual or mental processes. With the exception of those prescribed by and use under the care of a physician.
  • Have not committed any serious undetected crimes for which you would have been arrested.
  • Complete a personal history questionnaire and have it reviewed by the program coordinator or his/her designee.

Information about the St. Petersburg Police Volunteer Program:

George Billias: 727-892-5039
Email George Billias

NOTE: Administrative Volunteer requirements may be modified to provide a reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disability Act Accessibility Guidelines, so long as it is determined the volunteer can perform assigned duties in a safe manner.

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