Career opportunities in policing

Find out about policing vacancies in the UK and abroad

​The College of Policing works with police forces and Police and Crime Commissioners to provide details of policing vacancies across all roles, ranks and grades, and for police transferees. This page also provides information on secondments to national and international police organisations.

  • For vacancies at the College of Policing, see our College vacancies pages.
  • If you are a member of the public who is interested in joining the police as a Police Constable, Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), Special Constable or Police Staff please visit the Police recruitment website.
  • If you are a senior manager, a graduate, a serving constable, a Special Constable or a member of police staff who is interested in joining the police, see our Fast Track and Direct Entry pages.

For information about any of the opportunities listed below, please follow the relevant link.

PLEASE NOTE

This page is updated as vacancies become available, so please check regularly. Vacancies are added according to when they are received so please check carefully.

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​Force and location
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Current Vacancies

Rank or role of vacancy Transferee Police Officers – Constable, Sergeant & Inspector
​Force and location Humberside Police
​DescriptionTransfer to Humberside Police and you will join a forward thinking, modern Police Force who can provide a wide range of career opportunities and career development.

The Humberside Police areas of East Yorkshire, Hull and North/North East Lincolnshire are home to coast, countryside and city.
Humberside Police offer a relocation/removal expenses of up to a maximum £8000 to transferring officers who live outside the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

We are currently seeking applications from existing Police Constables, Sergeants and Inspectors who desire lateral progression or who are seeking promotion.

As well as recruiting transferees for our uniformed functions, we are particularly interested in seeking applications from Officers in specialist roles and Detectives.
​Contact email policerecruit@humberside.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Services 0114 2197000
​Further informationHumberside Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 31 December 2018 at 23:55 hrs

  

Rank or role of vacancyVolunteer Police Cadet
​Force and locationNottinghamshire Police, Various locations
​DescriptionPlease see the Nottinghamshire Police website
​Contact emailMfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationPlease contact Nottinghamshire Police retained HR
​Closing dateWednesday, 28 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Superintendent - National Co-ordinator PROTECT and PREPARE Counter Terrorism Policing
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - London
​DescriptionThe National Co-ordinator PROTECT & PREPARE works on behalf of NCTPHQ to provide national strategic oversight of police PROTECT and PREPARE activity in support of the UK Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST) to:

· STRENGTHEN OUR PROTECTION AGAINST A TERRORIST ATTACK (PROTECT) and
· MITIGATE THE IMPACT OF A TERRORST ATTACK (PREPARE)

The post holder will work closely with a number of government departments and agencies including the Home Office, the Cabinet Office, the Department for Transport, the UK Border Agency (UKBA), the UK Border Force, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, Department for Energy & Climate Change and Security and Intelligence Services. 
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephone02032761708 - Isabelle Field
​Further informationFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  

For further information regarding the roles please contact DCS Scott WILSON on 0203 276 0210 or scott.wilsonnctphq@met.pnn.police.uk   
​Closing dateFriday, 22 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy Trainee Solicitor
​Force and location West Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref YS128
​Description Salary £17,943 - £19,125. 2 year Fixed Contract.

In this role you will undertake a 2 year legal training contract providing a comprehensive legal service to the Chief Constable. The training contact will cover at least 3 areas of law as required by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
​Contact email hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date Sunday, 10 December 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyBand P/Constable – UK Based IPP Advisor
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - London
​DescriptionYou will work to support the Overseas International Protect & Prepare permanently deployed individuals whose aim is to coordinate the delivery of Protect and Prepare capability and capacity building overseas. You will achieve this through supporting the design and delivery of a range of Protect and Prepare products and activities for delivery with local agencies and key stakeholders in country.

You will manage several projects simultaneously and liaise with the Foreign Commonwealth Office, Home Office as well as other partner agencies to define and develop the varied requirements for each of the countries under your portfolio. 
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephone02032761708 - Isabelle Field
​Further informationFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk

For further information regarding the roles please contact DI Stephen Atkinson Stephen.Atkinson@met.pnn.police.uk

All posts are on secondment for a period of two years and based in various locations both UK and internationally, travel will be required.   
​Closing dateFriday, 8 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyBand V/Sergeant/Inspector – UK Based IPP Coordinator
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - London
​DescriptionYou will work to support the Overseas International Protect & Prepare permanently deployed individuals whose aim is to coordinate the delivery of Protect and Prepare capability and capacity building overseas. You will achieve this through the design and delivery of a range of Protect and Prepare products and activities for delivery with local agencies and key stakeholders in country.

You will manage several projects simultaneously and liaise with the Foreign Commonwealth Office, Home Office as well as other partner agencies to define and develop the varied requirements for each of the countries under your responsibility. 
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephone02032761708 - Isabelle Field
​Further informationFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk

For further information regarding the roles please contact DI Stephen Atkinson Stephen.Atkinson@met.pnn.police.uk  

All posts are on secondment for a period of two years and based in various locations both UK and internationally, travel will be required.
​Closing dateFriday, 8 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyBand V/Sergeant/Inspector – Overseas Coordinator
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - International
​DescriptionThe post holder will be posted overseas as a Protect and Prepare coordinator. You will be the first point of contact for high level governmental and policing partnership representing the National Coordinator Protect & Prepare, UK Police at both a strategic and tactical level.

This requires the highest levels of professionalism and personal responsibility in this challenging and very rewarding position that will test all your core skills and experience.

Your aim will be to identify, develop and manage the delivery of products and activity overseas with the assistance of the UK team, in collaboration, with local agencies and key stakeholders.  
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephone02032761708 - Isabelle Field
​Further informationFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  

For further information regarding the roles please contact DI Stephen Atkinson Stephen.Atkinson@met.pnn.police.uk  

All posts are on secondment for a period of two years and based in various locations both UK and internationally, travel will be required.  
​Closing dateFriday, 8 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancySergeant – UK Based IPP
​Force and locationNCTPHQ
​DescriptionAs well as the key tasks outlined below, you will work to support the Overseas International Protect & Prepare permanently deployed individuals whose aim is to coordinate the delivery of Protect and Prepare capability and capacity building overseas. You will achieve this through the design and delivery of a range of Protect and Prepare products and activities for delivery with local agencies and key stakeholders in country.

You will manage several projects simultaneously and liaise with the Foreign Commonwealth Office, Home Office as well as other partner agencies to define and develop the varied requirements for each of the countries under your responsibility.
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephone02032761708 - Isabelle Field
​Further informationFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  

For further information regarding the roles please contact DI Stephen Atkinson Stephen.Atkinson@met.pnn.police.uk  

All posts are on secondment for a period of two years and based in various locations both UK and internationally, travel will be required.
​Closing dateFriday, 8 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyInvestigative Support Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Sheffield/Rotherham. Ref RC100
​DescriptionSalary £24,813 - £26,535.

This is an excellent opportunity to become part of a well-established Regional alliance that is a key component in the response to serious and organised criminality. As part of an investigation team you will perform a complex case building function in relation to the investigation of Organised Crime to result in the successful prosecution of offenders.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 4 December 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyResourcing Assistant
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref VH113
​DescriptionSalary £17,943 - £19,125. Temporary 6 Months.

As part of this team you will provide support to all managers and staff in respect of the activities of Resourcing and provide an effective end to end process for the recruitment and deployment of Police Officers, Police Staff, Special Constables and Volunteers. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 4 December 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyInspector on promotion and lateral transfer
​Force and locationBedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Police
​DescriptionThe Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Strategic Alliance are seeking applications for promotion to Inspector from substantive Sergeants and substantive Inspectors on lateral transfer.
​Contact emailPromotions@herts.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationBedfordshire Police website

Cambridgeshire Constabulary website

Hertfordshire Constabulary website
​Closing dateSunday, 3 December 2017 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff - AIM (IOM) Administrator - Northampton
​Force and locationNorthamptonshire
​DescriptionNorthamptonshire Police website  
​Contact emailc0492@northants.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneExt 345562
​Further informationPlease contact the line manager for further information. 
​Closing dateFriday, 1 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff - AIM (IOM) Administrator - Kettering
​Force and locationNorthamptonshire
​DescriptionNorthamptonshire Police website
​Contact emailc0492@northants.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneExt 345562
​Further informationPlease contact the line manager for further information. 
​Closing dateFriday, 1 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy Constable, Hi-Tech Crime Forensic Investigator
​Force and location Isle of Man Constabulary, Scientific and Technical Support Unit
​DescriptionThe Isle of Man Constabulary is looking to recruit an experienced and suitably qualified Hi-Tech Crime Forensic Investigator to join a growing team. The successful candidate will provide a digital forensic investigation capability relating to computer devices, digital storage, networks, mobiles phones, internet/cloud investigations and provide support to the Constabulary’s response to cyber-crime. This will be an exciting challenge and the role will assist with developing the capabilities of the unit.
​Contact email Karl.breadner@gov.im
​Contact telephone01624 631450
​Further informationFurther information including an application form and job description can be found by visiting the Isle of Man Constabulary website
​Closing date Friday, 1 December 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy3170 Transferee Authorised Firearms Officers (AFO) Constables – Gloucestershire Constabulary
​Force and locationGloucestershire Constabulary, Royal Household Protection Group (RHPG)
​DescriptionRHPG officers provide 24/7 armed support (both in static and mobile formats) to Royal Houses within Gloucestershire.
​Contact emailResourcing@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01452 754353
​Further informationFor an application form and further information please visit the Gloucestershire Constabulary website
​Closing dateThursday, 30 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyHMICFRS Analyst
​Force and locationGlobe House, 89 Eccleston Square, London, SW1V 1PN
​DescriptionThe postholder, supported by their line manager, will be responsible for developing and embedding the FRS monitoring function into HMICFRS. This will require working with external experts, the Home Office, and FRSs to identify ways of measuring performance in the FRS environment and communicating them across the organisation.

The postholder, using their knowledge of working with FRS data and assessing performance, will also support the collection of relevant bespoke data from FRSs to feed into the inspection programmes and ongoing monitoring. This will include providing advice and analysis to assist inspection staff within HMICFRS.
 
The postholder will contribute to the introduction of HMICFRS’s Knowledge, Information and Data Strategy. This will include considering digital options for the collection, storage and analysis of FRS data and information within HMICFRS, and the postholder will develop knowledge and skills in this area.


 Essential:
• Minimum of an upper second class degree (2:1) in an analytical or numerate discipline (such as science, mathematics, statistics, operational research or a social science with a significant numerical component), or two years of equivalent relevant experience.
• An understanding of FRS data and strategic issues in the FRS.
• Strong analytical thinking and reasoning skills.
• Excellent organisational skills, a good planner and manager of own and others’ work, and ability to take initiative and be highly proactive in progressing work.
• Experience and skills in presenting data and information clearly both in writing and orally, using an appropriate style that takes account the needs of the intended audience.
• Strong team player; willing to support other team members when necessary and always looking for ways to improve how things are done.
• Ability to maintain performance under pressure and remain focused even when things don’t go smoothly.

Desirable:
• Experience in contributing analysis to published reports or research papers.
​Contact emailRecruitment@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationPlease note that Grades equivalent to HEOs, Watch Manager, Inspector and Detective Inspector can apply on promotion.

For further information please see the attached notes for candidates which must be read before making an application.
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Constable
​Force and locationGloucestershire
​DescriptionThe PCC is looking for an innovative, strong and inspirational leader to lead the delivery of policing for the communities within the county of Gloucestershire. Our vision for the future depends on a leader like you, who cares about the communities you serve. You will empower others and champion organisational transformation in the face of diminishing resources. Ensuring the delivery of neighbourhood policing and protective services whilst increasing public confidence will be high on your list of priorities. You will engage positively with a wide range of partners and agencies.
​Contact emailPCC@gloucestershire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01452 754348
​Further information£136,677 plus car, relocation and health insurance allowance Fixed term up to five years (subject to Police and Crime Panel confirmation hearing).

Closing date for applications 27 November 2017
Date for candidate selection 30 November 2017
Date for final interviews 7 and 8 December 2017

Please see the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Gloucestershire website
​Closing dateCompleted applications must be received by Monday, 27 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Chief Inspector – Prevent Deputy Regional Co-ordinator
​Force and locationSouth East Region – Hubs near M4, Junction 12 or Near Gatwick
Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionApplications are invited from substantive Chief Inspectors and from substantive Inspectors who are not subject to any outstanding disciplinary or integrity issues on promotion for the role of Detective Chief Inspector – Prevent. Substantive Chief Inspectors will be given priority in this process.

In this role you will deliver the policing mission within the national Counter Terrorism Strategy (CONTEST) and discharge its Prevent duty requirements (as set within the Counter Terrorism & Security Act 2015); namely “to prevent the vulnerable from being drawn into terrorism and to prevent extremists from escalating into terrorism & radicalising others.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationTo apply, please click here Thames Valley Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyCCTV Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Calder Park, Wakefield. Ref RS194
​DescriptionSalary £24,813 - £26,535.

In these roles, you will undertake technical processes in the retrieval, evaluation, and enhancement of CCTV and other evidential material. You will provide specialist support, advice and technical assistance, which meets the investigative requirements of all four Forces within the Yorkshire and Humber region. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyVictim Identification Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Calder Park, Wakefield. Ref XC869
​DescriptionSalary £24,813 – £26,535.

In this new and exciting role, you will examine digital, visual and audio content of images and videos for the purpose of identifying victims of abuse and abusers. You will coordinate all Victim Identification Referrals for West Yorkshire Police in line with Force and National Policy.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyProgramme & Portfolio Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref YS135
​DescriptionSalary £42,492 - £45,435.

You will provide strategic prioritisation and coordination of the programme and constituent projects, as well as day to day management of the WYP Portfolio Office. Support corporate and departmental objectives by providing strategic and professional advice to deliver major organisational change programmes in order to achieve organisational goals, add value and deliver effective and efficient services.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHR Helpdesk Assistant
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, ref VH109
​DescriptionThis post is offered on a 12 month temporary basis

We are looking to recruit a HR Helpdesk Assistant to join a small team to provide a professional and customer focused administrative support function including research and HR information service to all members of the force in order to facilitate effective day to day people management. This post is full-time and on a 12 months temporary basis.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHealth & Safety Assistant
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, ref VH108
​DescriptionWe are looking to recruit a Health & Safety Assistant to manage all relevant IT systems to support the Health & Safety team in providing a comprehensive Health & Safety service to minimise the risk to the Chief Constable and the Force.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDuties Planner
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Leeds, XA399
​DescriptionSalary £17,943 - £19,122

We are looking to recruit 4 Duties Planners based at the district HQ at Elland Road, Leeds. In this role you will produce, maintain and amend duty rotas in accordance with legislation and policy requirements. You will ensure optimum staffing levels are maintained within each District in a cost effective manner.

The ideal candidates will come with a good working knowledge of computerised database and spreadsheet packages, together with experience of general clerical work.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHR Assistant
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Leeds, VH106
​DescriptionSalary £19,521 - £21,618 – Temporary – 6 months

West Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit an extremely customer focused applicant who can provide a comprehensive, support and information service to the HR function based at Elland Road, Leeds.
The ideal candidate will come with a good understanding of HR and administration work gained through experience, together with a basic knowledge of HR policies and procedures.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyBusiness Support Lead
​Force and locationOffice of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), Wakefield. Ref: ZP78
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Mark Burns-Williamson, is seeking to appoint a Business Support Leadto work with him to continue to make a real difference to the lives of people across communities in West Yorkshire.
As Business Support Lead, you will provide an efficient and effective business support service to the PCC and OPCC colleagues to ensure the successful delivery of OPCC business.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyEngagement Officer
​Force and locationOffice of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), Wakefield. Ref: ZP77
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Mark Burns-Williamson, is seeking to appoint an Engagement Officerto work with him to continue to make a real difference to the lives of people across communities in West Yorkshire.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyBusiness Support Officer
​Force and locationOffice of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), Wakefield. Ref: ZP76
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Mark Burns-Williamson, is seeking to appoint a Business Support Officerto work with him to continue to make a real difference to the lives of people across communities in West Yorkshire.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHead of Technical Services
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref XP124
​DescriptionSalary £80,000 - £85,000.

We are looking to recruit, to a new post, the Head of Technical Services as theCAA-approved nominated person for Continuing Airworthiness Management (CAM) and subject matter expert on all technical contracts. These are specialist functions essential for the ongoing delivery of national police aviation services.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPromotion Process – Inspector/Detective Inspector
​Force and locationCumbria Constabulary
​DescriptionApplications are invited from candidates who are ready to be promoted to the role of Inspector. This is an external process for uniform and detective vacancies arising during the next 12 months.

Applicants should be aware that this is a Forcewide process. Successful candidates will be posted as required taking into account their specific skills and experience.

Cumbria Constabulary is looking for highly motivated, skilled professionals to join a high performance team. The successful applicants will support the vision and values of the Chief Constable, delivering an outstanding police service to Keep Cumbria Safe.

Applicants will demonstrate the ability to lead transformational change and improve performance with pace and rigour; the ability to inspire commitment from staff and police officers at all levels; and well-developed strategic thinking with sensitivity to public concerns. Successful candidates will also demonstrate effective networking skills, strong working relations with managers and partners at all levels, with excellent leadership and management skills.

We offer an environment, second to none, in which to live and work. 
​Contact emailFor more details and an application form visit the Cumbria Constabulary website
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationN/A
​Closing dateMonday, 27 November 2017 at 09:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferees - Existing Sergeants or Constables seeking promotion
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: MC145
​DescriptionAre you ready for a new challenge? Do you have the necessary drive and enthusiasm to be part of a forward thinking Police Force? If so we can offer you the chance to be part of a dynamic workforce, covering a range of rural and urban areas serving a population of over 2 million people.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 26 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Constable, Sergeant & Inspector
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref MC75
​DescriptionWe are looking for the highest quality officers to join our ranks with the skills and experience to offer, and looking for an environment that puts these to the best possible use.

Opportunities are now open for experienced police constables, including officers currently in specialist roles, substantive Sergeants and Inspectors wishing to undertake a level transfer to West Yorkshire Police.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 26 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancySuperintendent Opportunities
​Force and locationStaffordshire
​DescriptionAre you an inspirational leader looking to join an ambitious Force? Are you currently a substantive Chief Inspector who has the leadership and operational capability for promotion to the next rank? Are you a substantive Inspector excelling at your current rank who has the confidence, skills and capability for promotion to the rank of Superintendent? You may already be a Superintendent looking for a new challenge. If so, we have opportunities for talented, enthusiastic and innovative people who share our passion for providing an excellent service to the communities of Staffordshire.

This is an exciting opportunity to make a real difference, bring new ideas and help shape the future of policing in Staffordshire. The Force has embarked on a wide ranging change programme seeking to achieve significant transformation over the next five years.

We care passionately about the people we serve and the colleagues we work with. We’re looking for authentic leaders who understand it’s not about numbers and targets, it’s about driving down crime, protecting the vulnerable, improving public confidence, and delivering high levels of victim satisfaction.

Staffordshire Police is committed to building a more diverse workforce and we particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups.

If you believe that you have the passion, skills and leadership qualities to fulfil these roles, please email helen.brunjes@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk for an application form and information pack.
​Contact emailHelen.Brunjes@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01785 234077
​Further informationN/A
​Closing dateFriday, 24 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyNational Counter Terrorism Policing Operations Centre
Public Order Policing Section (POPS)
​Force and locationLondon
​DescriptionTo advise and assist forces in the development of strategies and tactics for the policing of significant public order events throughout the United Kingdom. You will support the flow and gathering of intelligence, attend demonstrations and provide detailed post event reporting. You will be expected to be the regular interface between the CTP-NOC and all levels of commanders and partner agencies dealing with significant national strategic public order events.
​Contact emailFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationFor further information regarding the roles please contact DI Paul Mannpaul.mann3@met.pnn.police.uk  or PS David Casson David.Casson@met.pnn.police.uk
​Closing dateFriday, 24 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy Constable
​Force and location TBC on Appointment
​DescriptionNottinghamshire Police are now accepting Transferee applications from Police Officers in other Home Office forces who are either PIP 2 qualified Detectives and are Q1 College of Policing Mobile surveillance trained operatives or are surveillance trained and willing to work towards their PIP2 accreditation.

In Nottinghamshire you can expect to be part of a team where staff are valued and encouraged to develop. Nottinghamshire comprises of both City and rural areas
providing excellent places to live and work.


Vacancies currently exist within Nottinghamshire Police within:

Organised Crime department for Constables who are either PIP 2 qualified and Q1 mobile surveillance trained or are Q1 mobile surveillance trained and willing to work towards PIP 2 accreditation.
We are seeking transferee applications from Detective Constables who are Q1 Surveillance accredited or surveillance accredited Constables willing to work towards PIP 2 accreditation who are enthusiastic, driven and share our relentless drive to
deliver excellent service to the public.

Applicants will be required to undertake a training needs analysis as part of the selection process.
​Contact email kim.binns@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationPlease see the Nottinghamshire Police website
​Closing date Friday, 24 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyCompliance Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Headquarters, Wakefield
​DescriptionSalary £30,744 - £33,264

We are looking to recruit a Compliance Manager to work in our Corporate Services Department which will be based in Wakefield.
The successful candidate will have the responsibility for the co-ordination and management of governance and compliance on behalf of the Force to ensure effective processes and arrangements are in place to meet compliance requirements.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 24 November 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHMICFRS Inspection Lead - Child Protection
​Force and locationGlobe House, 89 Eccleston Square, London, SW1V 1PN
​DescriptionInspection leads are primarily responsible for leading inspections.
For this vacancy we require applicants with robust strategic and tactical knowledge and experience of police responsibilities and practices in relation to child protection issues, a first-class knowledge of the ‘Working Together’ statutory guidance, and recent experience of leading a small team of people, preferably within a child protection or safeguarding context.

Key responsibilities:
General responsibilities:
• Leading inspections - including planning, fieldwork, force report writing and moderation;
• Collaborating with force liaison leads and inspection support teams to prepare inspections;
• Working with colleagues across the organisation to promote HMICFRS objectives and purpose and to embed organisation change;
• As lead for the inspection, being responsible for inspection staff and providing feedback on the performance of all inspection staff, including associates at the end of the inspection.
• Ensuring that inspections are developed consistently and in line with both other inspections (both historic and ongoing) and existing knowledge on the topic being inspected (i.e. stored information and specialist knowledge).
Specialist child protection inspections:
• Be responsible for gathering a sound knowledge of the inspection subject, including attending training, an understanding of the subject matter and knowledge of the methodology and question sets.
• Leading a team of inspectors and ensuring that the right type of evidence is gathered – including briefing inspection teams prior to inspection, analysing data, drawing conclusions and drafting force reports. Working with the portfolio director to ensure that reports follow set processes for ensuring factual accuracy and moderating force reports.
• Where required, arrange the desk-based evidence collection, including file review for the inspections.


Entry requirements
Essential:
• An excellent understanding of and tactical and strategic experience in police child protection issues, including of police and other partner agencies’ responsibilities under the ‘Working Together’ statutory guidance.
• Experience of managing programmes and projects.
• Experience of relationship management and working with partners.
• Experience of gathering together a wide range of incomplete and complex data and presenting well-considered conclusions and well-articulated reports.
• Experience of liaising with senior policing stakeholders.
• Experience of inspection design, processes and leading inspections.
​Contact emailRecruitment@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationN/A
​Closing dateTuesday, 21 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancySecretary
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a part time Secretary based in Wakefield. You will provide a comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to the Chief Officer Team, working closely with colleagues to provide secretarial assistance in times of absence or high workloads. There will also be a requirement to travel throughout the Force Area to attend meetings.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 20 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyYF 213 Driver/Handyperson
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a Driver Handyperson based at Trafalgar House, Nelson Street, Bradford, providing a maintenance service covering stations across Bradford and Calderdale.

We need you to provide general maintenance duties which will include minor repairs, liaising with contractors, and moving goods and furniture.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 20 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyHMICFRS Assistant Portfolio Director -  Child Protection
​Force and locationGlobe House, 89 Eccleston Square, London, SW1V 1PN
​DescriptionAssistant Portfolio Director, Protecting Vulnerable People – Child Protection Inspections
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Service (HMICFRS) is looking to appoint a civil servant or recruit a police officer or member of police staff to join the inspectorate on secondment. He or she will play a leading role in the design, planning, inspection, analysis and reporting of the child protection arrangements of forces nationally as part of our rolling programme of specialist child protection inspections.

Your main responsibilities will be to:

• Design strands of the evolving child protection inspection programmes conducted by HMICFRS, ensuring they have credibility and legitimacy in the eyes of the public, police forces and wider Government;

• support planning, implementation and reporting of child protection inspections;

• develop and maintain effective working relationships with forces, Government and other agencies, including overseeing the ‘expert reference group’ to challenge and support the child protection inspection programme;

• lead and manage small teams of associates and inspection officers;

• undertake force inspections, including leading interviews, focus groups and reality testing;

• lead the quality assurance process for child protection inspection reports;

• examine reports and correspondence received, and to prepare or commission high- quality briefing documents;

• undertake research, prepare briefings and respond to correspondence for and on behalf of HMICFRS to a high standard; and

• deputise, when necessary, for the Deputy Portfolio Director, including chairing and/or representing HMICFRS at meetings, and presenting and explaining the legitimacy programme and its findings to internal and external partners
​Contact emailRecruitment@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationNote: Successful candidates may be required to carry out other duties within the scope of the grade and within the limits of their skill, competence and training.
​Closing dateSunday, 19 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferees - Existing Chief Inspectors or Inspectors seeking promotion
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: MC152
​DescriptionOne of the most critical responsibilities of any senior leadership team is to select and develop the leaders of the future. To continue to address that challenge we are looking for outstanding officers who want to be part of our Force in the rank of Chief Inspector.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 19 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyHMICFRS Assistant Inspection Officer
​Force and locationGlobe House, 89 Eccleston Square, London, SW1V 1PN
​DescriptionResponsible to Inspection Lead

Job Purpose:
The Assistant Inspection Officer (AIO) will be responsible for preparing and carrying out child protection inspection activity in accordance with standard processes and the inspection methodology.

In addition, AIO may be deployed for a prescribed period of time, subject to business and deployment needs to any of HMICFRS’s inspection programmes


Key Responsibilities:

The Assistant Inspection Officer main responsibilities will be as follows:
• Child protection inspection preparation including training, pre-read, knowledge of methodology and subject
• Be responsible for desk-based evidence collection, including file review
• Be responsible for carrying out inspection fieldwork and evidence gathering (e.g. focus groups, interviews, reality testing) to a consistently high standard and recording the evidence gathered in a way that provides a sound evidence basis for use by the Inspection Lead. Assist the strand lead and Inspection Lead in formulating judgments for the inspection.
• Effectively communicate with forces and their staff in accordance with HMICFRS’s Code of Conduct and ensure that an objective and productive relationship is maintained throughout the inspection
• End of inspection activities including storing and archiving of information with the Inspection Support team.
• Be involved in re-visits and re-inspections.
• The Inspection Officer is expected to take an active role in developing others, including using mentoring and coaching techniques and providing feedback on staff at the end of the inspection process.
​Contact emailRecruitment@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationN/A
​Closing dateSaturday, 18 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff – Crime System Auditor
​Force and locationNottinghamshire Police, Force HQ
​DescriptionNottinghamshire Police

“Proud to Serve”

Crime Systems Auditors

Permanent

Hours: 37 per week working 7 day shift pattern covering the hours of 07:00 until 23:00
Part time/flexible working options will be considered

Salary range: £19,521 to £21,618 per annum (pro-rata if part time) (plus appropriate shift allowance and weekend allowance).

Based at: Force Headquarters, Sherwood Lodge

Main Purpose of Role
To work as part of a team to ensure that Nottinghamshire Police achieve comprehensive, consistent, ethical and accurate recording of crime and outcomes in compliance with the National Crime Recording Standard and the Home Office Counting Rules.

To process, research, analyse and provide statistical and other data held on relevant Force Crime systems in order to comply with the requirements of Management of Police Information, the Force Data Quality Strategy and all other legislation.
​Contact emailPaul.Winter@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationN/A
​Closing dateFriday, 17 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyNational Police Coordination Centre (NPoCC) - SERGEANT
​Force and locationLondon
​DescriptionNPoCC is seeking to appoint a proven supervisor who displays an enthusiastic and dynamic approach to their work. They should be able to work within a team to deliver effective results in support of all UK forces.

As an NPoCC Sergeant you will need to be highly organised and have the personal resilience to cope with information and competing demands. You will have proven experience of delivering operational results; an ability to develop effective partnerships; and be an individual who brings understanding and experience of larger scale events and the associated planning involved. You will also be able to demonstrate an ability to operate at a national level and have the motivation to implement forward change.
​Contact emailFor an application pack please e-mail recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk

Metropolitan Police candidates MUST complete the application form within the application pack and not the Met internal form, as this is a national role.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationFor further information regarding these roles please contact Inspector Sally Hatfield on 0203 276 3775 sally.hatfield@npocc.pnn.police.uk 

If there is a demand then there will be an open day (date to be confirmed) to enable prospective candidates to find out more about the role and requirements. Please contact Insp Hatfield and register your interest regarding an open day.
​Closing dateFriday, 17 November 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy PC’s, DC’s & AFO’s
​Force and location Lincolnshire Police – County wide
​DescriptionWe are currently looking for police constables and detective constables for a variety of roles throughout the county and there may be opportunities for other ranks to join us.
Although we will have vacancies countywide, we are particularly keen to hear from officers who are interested in living and working in the East of the county.
A considerable number of the vacancies will be within the Response and Patrol teams, however we would also welcome applications from officers who interested in specialist roles.
​Contact email resourcing@lincs.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01522 558235
​Further information Lincolnshire Police website
​Closing date Ongoing

 

Rank or role of vacancy Investigative Transferees
​Force and location Avon and Somerset Constabulary, Portishead, Bristol
​DescriptionWe currently have ongoing recruitment for Investigative Officers. Bristol is one of Britain’s core cities and the eighth largest. It’s a lively, diverse and rapidly expanding city. Meanwhile, Somerset includes the historic cities of Bath and Wells, coastal areas with a high volume of seasonal tourists and remote rural communities such as Exmoor. South Gloucestershire and North Somerset have rapidly expanding areas of new housing and commercial development attracting businesses and young families. All of these combine to provide different and diverse policing challenges.

So if you’re looking for a fresh challenge and variety, and a genuine opportunity to broaden your experience, Avon and Somerset is the force for you. It’s a great place to live too.
​Contact email policeofficerrecruitment@avonandsomerset.police.uk

​Contact telephone
01275 816142
​Further informationPlease see our web site for further information regarding these vacancies -
Avon and Somerset Constabulary website
​Closing date Ongoing - No closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancy Transferee’s/ Re-joiners – PC and DC
​Force and location Thames Valley Police - Force wide
​DescriptionWe have exciting opportunities available for experienced Police Constables and Detective Constables currently serving with Home Offices Forces to join a forward thinking, modern police force who provide a wide range of career development, specialist posts, and promotion prospects.

Thames Valley Police covers a wide geographical area including Bucks, Berks and Oxon with a unique mix of urban and rural policing. The communities we serve are diverse and we are committed to working together to make our communities safer.

The recruitment process will follow a set programme of application, paper sift, competency based interview, vetting (including biometrics),medical checks, reference checks and fitness test. Numerous interview dates are available and we can accommodate a range of dates for medical appointments and fitness tests. Amongst other eligibility criteria, applicants must live within twenty crow miles of one of our main police stations.

Applicants are expected to show a degree of flexibility in terms of postings in order for us to meet our operational requirements in serving the public.
​Contact email Transferee’s@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 845587
​Further information Thames Valley Police website
​Closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancy Armed Response Unit Constable and Firearms Instructor (Constable) – Transfer Opportunity
​Force and location Derbyshire Constabulary, Butterley Hall Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3RS
​DescriptionWe have an exciting opportunity for constables, who are existing authorised firearms officers trained to meet the Armed Response Unit Constable role profile, to transfer to Derbyshire.
There is also an opportunity for a suitably qualified firearms instructor, in the rank of constable, to transfer directly to the force.
​Contact email

Recruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk

​Contact telephone  0300 122 8900
​Further information Derbyshire & Leicestershire Shared HR services website
​Closing date N/A

 

Rank or role of vacancy
DC Transferee 
​Force and location Staffordshire Police
​DescriptionWe particularly welcome applications from ICIDP / PIP 2 officers with accreditation in Specialist Child Abuse Investigation Development Programme (SCAIDP) and from officers who currently hold a licence to practice, accredited under the Q1 National Surveillance Course.
​Contact email applicationpack@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01785 235353
​Further informationA panel interview will be held at Staffordshire Police Headquarters, following which, the interview medical screening, vetting and Professional Standards checks will be undertaken. You may need a full medical.
Stage 1: Your application - you will need to provide evidence that demonstrates your competency and experiences of being a detective police constable. Paying particular attention to the skill set sought.
Stage 2: Interview - you will be assessed against the personal qualities required for a detective constable, and also your commitment to Staffordshire Police Force and the challenges we face as a county.
Stage 3: Pre-employment checks - If you are successful at the interview you will need to submit a completed medical health and vetting questionnaires. You may also be invited to attend a medical. If you pass the medical/vetting we will move to contact your current force HR department and line manager for employment references.
Stage 4 Final Offer - If all of the above checks are met satisfactorily, we will write to you offering you a position with Staffordshire Police.
For further information please contact the above telephone number.
​Closing date Open ended

 

Rank or role of vacancy Transferee Police Constables and Detective Constables
​Force and location Norfolk Constabulary
​DescriptionApplications are invited from Police Constables and Detective Constables who wish to transfer to Norfolk Constabulary. As an experienced ICIDP qualified Detective Constable or an experienced investigator preferably ICIDP qualified, you'll understand the challenges of the role working independently as you are delivering as a part of a team.
​Contact email Recruitment@norfolk.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone Norfolk Police website
​Further information01953 425699 Ext 2310/2311
​Closing date Open ended

 

Rank or role of vacancy Transferee Police Constables and Detective Constables
​Force and location Suffolk Constabulary
​DescriptionApplications are invited from Police Constables and Detective Constables who wish to transfer to Suffolk Constabulary.

As an experienced ICIDP qualified Detective Constable or an experienced investigator preferably ICIDP qualified, you'll understand the challenges of the role working independently as you are delivering as a part of a team.

Suffolk constabulary is dedicated to making our region a safer place to live, work, travel and invest and that's a commitment we will expect you to share.
​Contact email HR-Recruitment@suffolk.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone Suffolk Police website
​Further information01953 425699 Ext 2310/2311
​Closing date Open ended

 

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