PO BOX 1832
Edgewater, MD 21037

Southern Police Reserves Foundation

Office (410)798-1369
Fax (410)798-6602

Reserve Officer Foundation

The Reserve Officer Foundation was created to support the reserve officers with training and equipment to continue to provide superior support for the community.  The foundation is solely supported by volunteers and public donations from the community to help support the police reserves of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  The foundation has a board of directors that oversee the foundation.  This foundation has a 501 C3 tax exempt status as a public charity from the Internal Revenue Service.  All donations made to the Reserve Officer Foundation are tax deductible.
Donations to the Reserve Officer Foundation are always greatly appreciated.  In the past donations have been used to provide the officers with additional radio microphones, safety vests, safety lights, navigation systems, and portable automatic heard defibulators. 
Please send all monetary donations to our Treasurer at
PO Box 1832
Edgewater MD 21037 
Reserve Officer Program

The Reserve Officer program of Anne Arundel County is a volunteer program where citizens lend hundreds of hours a year of their individual time to help make the community a safer place to live and work in.  Many of the volunteering uniformed officers work full time jobs and still make the time to serve the community.  They are usually also involved in sports organizations of community awareness groups.
The Reserve Officers assist Anne Arundel County Police with fingerprinting, administrative duties, dignitary details, and community relations functions.  You will also see them at carnivals and parades, and directing traffic for special events, or when an accident has occurred.  They also make themselves available 24/7 to be called upon when there is an emergency and additional assistance is required.
A successful applicant must be 21 years or older, a citizen of the United States, have no record of serious misdemeanors or felony convictions and be will to perform a minimum of 16 hours of police work each month.  Training in Police procedures is conducted in both a formal classroom setting and on-the-job sessions.


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