The South Okanagan-Similkameen division of Crime Stoppers is seeking volunteers to serve on their board of directors.
The community-based crime prevention program, which works with RCMP and facilitates gathering anonymous information from the general public about crime, needs two to three more people to help fill those seats.
"If you have business experience, policing and/or board experience and want to help assist us making our communities safer, we want to talk to you!" reads a post from the group shared to social media in early December.
Anyone interested in getting involved on the board can submit a resume and brief cover letter to [email protected], explaining the reasoning for your interest and why your skills would help the group.
Follow the group on Facebook here.