Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol seeks additional volunteers to serve La Jolla

Bob Stewart, head of the R.S.V.P. traffic unit, talks with traffic officers Jim Dollins and Joe Clark during a photo shoot on Feb. 2. Photo: Dave Schwab

The San Diego Police Department’s Retired Senior Volunteer Patrol (RSVP), Northern Division, is seeking additional volunteers to serve the La Jolla community.

Northern Division Captain Al Guaderrama said, “Our RSVP volunteers provide additional eyes and ears for our city’s police officers. They also represent a positive arm bridging community needs and addressing citizens’ concerns without taking up valuable and limited police resources.”

Duties include patrolling local neighborhoods, assisting at crime scenes and supporting crime prevention and homeland security efforts. In addition, RSVP volunteers visit elderly residents to check on their safety as part of the YANA (You Are Not Alone) program. Flexible schedules are available.

Volunteers must be at least 50 years of age, retired, and have a valid driver’s license. For information, contact call (858) 552-1737 or e-mail

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