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LLVIPS is organized exclusively for non-profit, public, educational and charitable purposes related to the volunteer organizations assisting various areas of public safety, including but not limited to, the Lino Lakes Public Safety Department: Lino Lakes Explorer Post, Lino Lakes Public Safety Reserve Unit, the Fire Division of the Lino Lakes Public Safety Department, and the Lino Lakes Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). If you would like to make a charitable donation to LLVIPS in support of the Public Safety Department, please contact us at 651-982-2323. LLVIPS is a 501(c)(3) organization seeking contributions to support the Lino Lakes Public Safety Department and the organizations that it supports. Your donations are tax deductible.

Learn More About Becoming
a Lino Lakes Public Safety Volunteer


Volunteer Groups & Opportunities

The Lino Lakes Public Safety Department's volunteer program was designed to create opportunities for citizens who want to give their time and talents to the community and the public safety department.  Some of the areas of volunteerism that citizens could assist the department with include:  Computers, Crime Prevention, Equipment, Investigation, Police Records, Property Room, Special Programs & Projects, as well as the other opportunities listed below.


If you want to make a difference in your community, use the skills you have in a meaningful and useful way, and make a positive impact on crime, you may be the person we are in search of. Contact us for more information on these opportunities or complete and submit our Volunteer Application.


Are you a youth (ages 14-20) who is interested in law enforcement? Find out if a law enforcement career is right for you!


The Lino Lakes Public Safety Reserve Officer Unit provides thousands of volunteer hours annually of assistance to the public safety department.


Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members also are encouraged to support public safety departments by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.


Volunteers will simply be responsible for recording their observations while they are enjoying the trails and parks.  Trail watch volunteers are asked not to intervene in possibly dangerous situations, only to report them.


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