CHINO POLICE MOUNTED POSSE
CHINO POLICE MOUNTED POSSE
COMMUNITY SERVICE ORGANIZATION

CHINO POLICE DEPARTMENT.   5450 Guardian Way   CHINO, CALIFORNIA   91710 

 

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new member information

Prospective members must be 21 years of age. You will be required to submit a set of finger prints, successfully pass a Chino Police Department background check. 

Participate in training and successfully pass horse/rider certification tests for mounted status.

Willing to donate time and effort toward civic mindedness.
Able to work well within group settings.

In  order to qualify for membership you must first participate in three rides, mounted training functions, or events and attend two monthly meetings. Mounted Members will be required  to demonstrate their horsemanship abilities.

Membership Initiation Fee
$100 for Mounted Member
Mounted members must have appropriate horse and own or have access to a horse trailer.

$50 for Non-Mounted Member
Qualifications and background check are the same for both mounted and non-mounted. Non-mounted members will not be required to demonstrate  horsemanship ,own a horse or horse trailer.

The membership initiation fee is a one-time payment that is necessary to offset for uniforms and equipment that will be issued to you .
DUES
$36 PER YEAR

Meetings

You will be required to attend meetings that are currently scheduled on the first Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm.

Intere
sted ?
The Mounted Posse Program meets at the Chino Police Facility located
at
Chino Police Department
5450 Walnut  Avenue
Chino, California 91710
(909)628-1234
 or
 Debra S.
chinomountedposse@hotmail.com
 
 
CITY OF CHINO
 
Chino Mounted Posse
APPLICATION
 
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