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Community Service Officer

 

Banning Community Services Officers (C.S.O.'s) are uniformed civilian employees with P.O.S.T PC 832 certificates, that assist police officers with various non-hazardous duties. C.S.O.'s work a variety of assignments and are trained to take police reports including, missing persons, runaway juvenile and non injury traffic collisions. C.S.O.'s are trained in statutes involving the California Penal Code and the California Vehicle Code. C.S.O.'s are also trained as relief 9-1-1 Dispatchers and assist in the Property and Evidence Bureau when needed.

The Banning Police Department currently employs one full time Community Service Officer. 

The full time C.S.O. is assigned to assist the Patrol Division with past call reports, non-injury traffic collisions and parking enforcement. This position also assists in records, dispatch, live-scan fingerprinting, along with providing safety presentations at the local elementary schools.

                

 

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