The Haverhill Auxiliary Police is an all-volunteer unit under the direction of the Administrative Division Commander. Auxiliary Officers are used to augment Haverhill’s full-time Officers during emergency situations and special events through-out the City. Auxiliary officers are required to volunteer a minimum number of hours per month and must complete all the required training to remain an Auxiliary Police Officer in good standing. Established members of the Auxiliary Police also have the option to attend the Reserve Police Academy to further their training.
Interested in Auxiliary Police?
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Auxiliary Police Department we are currently accepting applications for qualified candidates. If you have questions about the application process or if you would like to discuss the position of Auxiliary Police Officer in more depth please email your contact information to Captain Michael Wrenn firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications can be emailed to Captain Wrenn or dropped off in person at the dispatch center in the lobby of Police Department.
Since 1940, the men and women of the Haverhill Auxiliary Police Department have been serving the city of Haverhill in variety of ways. Auxiliary Officers patrol Haverhill’s parks, city properties, assist with natural disasters, provide traffic assistenace around fires and motor vehicle crashes and help out in many other ways as needed. Officers provide manpower for all walk-a-thons, road races, parades, and special events held in Haverhill and occasionally the neighboring communities. Lastly, our officers have the opportunity to attend the Reserve Officer Police Academy provided through the Massachusetts Municipal Police Training Committee at one of their regional academy locations in Massachusetts. Whether academy trained or not, all officers receive both real world and online training so they are prepared to meet the demands of the Haverhill Police Department.
Have you ever asked yourself, what can I do to improve my community? The Haverhill Auxiliary Police Department is looking for a few good people to carry on the tradition.