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· Toronto Police Auxiliary
· The Adult & Youth Corps Volunteer Program
· Victim Services Volunteers
· Rovers Program
· Community Consultative Volunteers


Rovers Program

What is the Rover Program?

The 22 Division Toronto Police Service Rover Crew is a joint program between the Toronto Police Service, Humber College and Scouts Canada. It was founded by Police Foundation students at the Humber Lakeshore Campus. Rovers are the Scouting designation for young women and men 18 to 26 years old. The program is designed to prepare young people for the future by encouraging them to give back to the community.

What are the duties of a Rover?

Similar to the TPS Auxiliary program, the Rover Crew is active in community events with the TPS such as seat belt clinics, the R.I.D.E program, city parades, and other initiatives.

The BASIC REQUIREMENTS for the position are as follows:

  • Be a Police Foundations student at Humber College Lakeshore Campus. (No exceptions)
  • Be 18-26 years of age.

Program Expectations:

Each Police Rover is required to complete a certain number of mandatory volunteer hours for each year of service. First year students are required to complete 40 hours, whereas second year rovers are expected to commit to a minimum of 60 hours of service.

Volunteer Opportunities:

Volunteer opportunities are restricted to Police Foundation students at Humber College Lakeshore Campus. Students will be made aware of volunteer opportunities either from the Toronto Police Service, Scouts Canada or college staff.

How to Apply:

If you are a qualified candidate, speak to the faculty at your program. They will provide you with the information you need.

Require more information?

If you require more information about this program, you may email the Rovers at r Applications will not be accepted at this address.