"We are looking for compassionate individuals with positive attitudes," according to the release.
People interested in becoming a volunteer victims' advocate must fulfill the following requirements:
- Posses a car, a valid California driver's license and automobile insurance.
- Be able to pass a background check.
- Work well as part of a team.
- Commit to comply with confidentiality requirements and policies governing police operations.
- Be able to be on call for at least four 12-hour shifts each month, including nights and weekends.
- Live within 10 minutes of Redondo Beach.
- Participate in the 40-hour in-house training, in addition to additional meetings, prevention and community programs and activities.
Those interested in applying can download an application form here. Fill out the form and submit it to the Human Resources Department (Door H) at Redondo Beach City Hall. The envelope should be addressed to "RBPD DVA Program."
For more information, contact Ericka Sazo-Gonzalez at 310-379-2477, ext. 2336. Applications must be submitted on or before Sept. 15.