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Conyers Police taking applications for Reserve Unit
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Conyers Police are looking for a few good officers to join their Reserve Unit.

"We are looking for retired, certified or previously certified law enforcement officers interested in volunteering their time to special events, patrol operations, the investigation division, or any other law enforcement function here in Conyers," said CPD spokesperson and crime analyst Kim Lucas. "The Conyers Police Reserve Unit gives you the opportunity to give back to your community and get back into the police force without committing to a full time position."

An officer in the Reserve Unit may serve in any capacity within the department. The officer is fully outfitted by the department to include weapons, uniform, ballistic vest and other equipment. All that is required is eight hours a month and keeping up with training hours. All Reserve officers receive the same training as employed personnel.

"The camaraderie between the reserve officers and the rest of the department is excellent here," said Debbi Krisher, a reserve officer since 1998. "We are treated as equals and enjoy giving back to our community and helping the department."

Applications are available at Contact Debbi Krisher at 678 374-5659 or for more information.