Sheriff's Citizens Patrol

"Volunteering with Pride - Protecting with Honor"

The Forsyth County Sheriff's Citizens Patrol, started in January 2005, is a team of highly trained volunteers who enhance vital crime prevention services and community awareness through protective law enforcement principles. They function as additional eyes and ears of the Sheriff's Office and perform a wide range of functions such as traffic control, assisting with duties at the courthouse, fingerprinting, serving subpoenas and many other special assignments. Volunteers serve a minimum of 8 hours per month.

If you are 21 years of age or older, a U.S. citizen, live in Forsyth County, have access to a computer and feel you might have an interest in becoming a volunteer in this program, please contact Sergeant Charles Sayers at 917-7301. Learn more about the training for Citizens Patrol members.

Volunteer Patrol Cars

"Whether you are a sworn law enforcement officer or a civilian, being involved in public safety is everyone's responsibility. Volunteering your time and energy is an excellent way to be involved in your community and help your neighbors. Volunteers in the Sheriff's Citizens Patrol provide a value-added component to the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office and a level of support in public safety that is recognizable, cost effective and productive."