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POSSE

The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office holds recruiting meetings for the volunteer Posse program once a month. These volunteer, non-compensated positions are made up of people from all walks of who that want to do law enforcement work as a way to give back to their community.

In order to join the Posse program, a person must be at least 18 years old, a US citizen, have a valid Arizona driver's license and be in good health. A person cannot have been convicted of any felonies or have any misdeamenor convictions in the last 12 months or record of improper personal conduct – which will be discovered during the background check – that may affect their suitability for law enforcement work.

Applicants must complete and have notarized a written application to start the process. The monthly recruiting meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, except December, and begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Training Center, 2627 South 35th Avenue, just north of the intersection of 35th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road, Phoenix, Arizona.

During the monthly recruitment meeting, interested recruits will be briefed on the Posse program, what to expect throughout the hiring process, training and complete or review the written application.

To expedite the recruitment process, interested recruits can download and complete a Posse recruitment application at the Posse Recruit Application link below. Completed applications must be notarized and brought to the monthly meeting for validation and processing. Do not print the application double-sided, only single-sided applications will be accepted.


Posse Recruit Meetings FAQs


Please note: All Posse hiring will be suspended until January 15, 2015. Applications will continue to be taken after January 15, 2015.


Downloads

Posse Recruit Application


Phone
For Posse program information call: 602-876-1778


Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Posses

Many Roles. One Goal.
Though varied by skill set and interest, all the Posse groups have one goal — to support the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office personnel. All Posse groups train for, participate and respond to missions such as: Search & Rescue, Crime Prevention, Civic Functions, Disaster Relief and Emergency Support.


Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office Posse Roster by Category

Administrative

Executive Posse
Instructor Posse
Metro Assistance Posse
Operations Posse
Special Projects Posse
Youth Education Posse

City & Town Specific
Anthem Posse
Blue Point Posse
Chaparral Posse
Desert Foothills Posse
Dreamland Villa Posse
Fountain Hills Posse
Litchfield Park Posse
Mesa Southside Posse
North Valley Posse
Sun City Posse
Sun City West Posse
Sun Lakes Posse
Surprise Posse
Westbrook Village Posse
White Tank Mounted Posse

Patrol Support
Community Services Posse
Enforcement Support Posse
Maricopa K-9 Posse
Motors Posse

Mission Specific
Cold Case Posse
Communications Posse
Crime Prevention Posse
Cyber Posse
Dares Posse
Divers Posse
Emergency Response Posse
Medical Rescue Posse
MPCA Posse
NW Crime Suppression
Queen Creek Crime Prevention Posse
Ranger Posse
Special Assignment Unit Posse
Special Forces Posse
Street Crime Intervention Posse
Tactical Support Posse
Tactical Vehicle Posse
Technical Resue
West Valley Posse

Search and Rescue
Air Posse
Buckeye Mounted Posse
Desert Search Posse
Eas Valley Mounted Posse
Fountain Hills Mounted Posse
Helicopter Posse
High Desert SAR Posse
Jeep Posse
Maricopa Mounted Posse
McDowell Mountain SAR Posse
Mesa Mounted Posse
Mesquite Mounted Possed
Mountain Rescue Posse
New River Search and Rescue Posse
Pioneer Search and Rescue Posse
Queen Creek Mounted Posse
Rio Salado Mounted Posse
Scottsdale Mounted Posse
Scottsdale Search and Rescue Posse
Search and Rescue KHOR Posse
Southside Mounted Posse
Special Operations Air Posse
Westside Mounted Posse
Wickenburg Search and Rescue Posse

MCSO Posse Website
www.mcsoposse.org