Become a Member of the Metropolitan Washington Police Department Reserve Corps!


Dave Reiss, a DHS employee with the Office of Health Affairs – Office of the Chief Financial Officer – has been a Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps member for years and highly recommends it to those interested giving back to your community.

The Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps was established in November 1948. Public law passed in 1950 gave authority to the Chief of Police, at his discretion, to select, organize, train, and equip certain residents of the District and the metropolitan area in a special reserve unit known as the Metropolitan Police Reserve Corps. The members of this force served without pay.

Below are the websites for information and starting the application process. The 2nd link will start a case file for an applicant as well as a way to follow up on an application that has already been started.
(First time users for this application site should look for the line “First time using the system? – Click here to create a new user.”)

If you are interested, contact Gary Miller at, (571) 722-4871.


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