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Hayward Police Seeking Residents to Participate in Downtown Ambassador Program

Contact the Hayward Police Department for details

The Downtown Ambassador Program was developed to encourage the involvement of the citizens of Hayward in creating an inviting Downtown shopping experience. The Police Department is seeking your help to identify and mitigate safety concerns and support Downtown businesses at the same time. 

The Ambassador’s job is to: 

•Help visitors find shops, restaurants, and parking in Downtown Hayward. 

•Promote special events and attractions to visitors. 

•Identify and report public safety concerns to the Police Department (such as illegal or suspicious activity, graffiti, or abandoned vehicles). 

Ambassadors work in pairs, wear identifiable shirts or jackets, and are equipped with a police radio to summon immediate assistance in an emergency situation. 

The Downtown Ambassadors are required to successfully pass a police background clearance check, attend Ambassador Training and successfully complete a Field Training Program. Subject material will include: radio operations, recognizing suspicious activity, providing suspect descriptions, reporting in-progress crimes, familiarization with the Downtown Business District and violence avoidance. 

Sound Interesting? 

Please contact: 
Hayward Police Department 
Community Service Officer Kyle Martinez (510) 293-5146 
EMAIL: kyle.martinez@hayward-ca.gov

***MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO APPLY***

—Information provided by Hayward Police Department Nixle Alerts

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