The auxiliary (reserve) police officers with the Wilmington Police Department are not even paid. It is strictly a "volunteer" position. They have to go through all the same training & hiring requirements as a full time officer. When they go to court, no pay. When they go to training, no pay. There are no medical benefits other than coverage if they get hurt only while working. Most reserve officers work full time jobs and are giving their time to the city due to wanting to help out or to fulfill the need to serve their community.
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