On December 13, 2010 the City Council recognized the following volunteers for their contribution to the City of Marshalltown. Citizen participation is critical to a community’s success and Marshalltown is very fortunate to have so many great volunteers willing to contribute their time and resources to making Marshalltown a better place to live. The City will be recognizing volunteers throughout the year to show our appreciation.
The following volunteers were recognized Monday.
Police Reserves: Aaron Polley, Kyle Lacina, Brad Imsland and Michael Robinson. Police Reserves are volunteers, even though the City pays them $1.00 a year for insurance purposes. They are certified by the State and have the same police powers as a regular officer. Our reserves mainly provide assistance at city events, support to patrol shifts and can be used for special enforcements such as special traffic enforcement, as the Chief deems necessary. Our special thanks to all these gentlemen for volunteering and providing invaluable assistance to our Police Department.
Dan Brandt: Dan, as many of you know, served as a Police Reserve Officer for forty-one years, just recently retiring. Dan is going to be assisting with the organization and formation of a new Citizen’s Volunteer Program through the Police Department. This program will be using and training volunteers in different capacities such as patrolling, clerical duties, helping be the “eyes and ears” of the Police Department. We want to thank Dan again, for all his years of service as a Police Reserve, and also thank him for volunteering to assist with the organization and launching of this new program
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