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Would you like to ride with an officer?

The Auburn Police Department (Indiana) will contact the submitting person to confirm the ride-along after a preliminary background investigation is completed. Please note that business casual attire is required for all ride-alongs.

If you prefer to download and print the Ride-Along Request Form, click here (PDF).

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Upon the authority of the Chief of Police or his designee, the above said person is authorized to ride with an officer of the Auburn Police Department. The person must adhere to all instructions of the Chief or his designee and the officer that is having the rider. The person will also release any liability of the Auburn Police Department and the City of Auburn or any of its agents while in the course of the officer or agents duties. The Chief or his designee reserves the right to refuse any person from riding with an officer of agent of the Auburn Police Department. The Chief or his designee will also reserve the right to terminate the program at any time he deems necessary. No rider will be authorized to carry a firearm or any other type of weapon during the riding period unless other wise approved by the Chief or his designee. Any person under the age of 18 years of age will be required to have a legal guardian sign this form along with the rider.
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