Senior Volunteer Programs

Pennington County Sheriff's Office - Senior Volunteers Program

The Pennington County Sheriff's Office Senior Volunteer Program was created in 1996 by Sheriff Don Holloway. Since that time, we have been fortunate to have many senior citizens donate their valuable time and talents.
The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, through the Pennington County Senior Volunteer Program, is a member of the Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS). Members of the PCSO Senior Volunteer Program are not sworn deputy sheriffs and will not be assigned tasks that require that status.

Current Opportunities

  • Warrants Volunteers
    • Location: The Warrants Division is located on the first floor of the Public Safety Building.
    • Duties: Warrants Volunteers conduct research to find current addresses and other contact information of persons wanted on warrants and make contact with those persons to notify them of their outstanding warrants.
    • Hours: Warrants Volunteers work one shift a week on a set schedule. Shifts are Monday through Friday mornings, 8 a.m. - 12 noon, or Monday through Friday afternoons, 12 noon - 4 p.m. Shift days and availability vary.
  • Special Projects
    • Location: Varies depending on assignment.
    • Duties: Some of the special projects that our volunteers assist with include tape erasing, calibration of PBT machines, and any other one time special project that may arise.
    • Hours: Depend on type of activity.

Please contact Stephanie Born at 605-394-6113 with any questions.