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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Current Vacancies

Rank or role of vacancySergeant Promotion Process 2018
​Force and locationHumberside Police
​DescriptionWe are looking for exceptional officers who are seeking promotion to the rank of Sergeant to help lead our staff and deliver the best possible service to the public of Humberside Police.

The process will be open to internal and external candidates and will comprise:

Stage 1Application Form

Stage 2Work Sample Assessment (Unseen task/ presentation) and a semi structured interview

Application packs will be available upon request from Monday 4 June 2018
​Contact emailFor more information please contact careerservices@humberside.pnn.police.uk or visit the Humberside Police website
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationPreparation Workshops

Friday 4 May 2018
Time: 14:00 – 16:00 hours
Venue: Courtland Road - Large Lecture Theatre

Thursday 10 May 2018
Time: 09:30 – 11:30 hours
Venue: Grimsby PS – Annex Conference Room 
​Closing dateMonday, 2 July 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee – Uniform Inspector
​Force and locationSurrey Police - Forcewide
​DescriptionSurrey Police are now recruiting experienced Uniform Sergeant and Inspector transferees. There are lots of advantages to working in a smaller force like Surrey. You will get a real opportunity to have your voice heard and, with support, can become the very best that you can be. 
​Contact emailResourcing@surrey.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone01483 633333
​Further informationFor further information, please visit the Surrey Police Careers page 
​Closing dateInspectors Closing Date: Sunday, 6 May 2018
Sergeants Closing Date: Sunday, 3 June 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyCBRN Embed (CTSFO Network) PC
​Force and locationRegionally Based
​DescriptionApplications are invited from Police Constables with their Chief Officers approval, for the position of CBRN Embed (CTSFO).

CT Policing’s National CBRN Centre, in conjunction with Armed Policing, is offering a unique opportunity for two Advanced CBRN Responders to be embedded with each CTSFO Hub for an 18 month trial secondment. The split will be as follows:
2 Officers Wakefield
2 Officers Manchester
2 Officers Birmingham
2 Officers Reading
1 Officer Bristol and 1 Officer Cardiff

All applicants must live within 40 miles of the base for where they are applying to comply with call-out requirements when on-call.

The successful applicants work closely with the CTSFO training teams to build the capability of the CTSFO teams to utilise effective armed policing tactics in challenging CBRN environments, ranging from dynamic manhunt operations and pre-planned entries to siege and marauding attack scenarios where there is a potential CBRN threat.

The successful applicant is likely to find themselves working across the CT network with partners and non-police assets to develop and deliver national CTSFO capabilities.

Providing planned and dynamic advice into CT Operations, potentially UK-wide, the successful applicant will possess a good level of CBRN tactical knowledge and be actively supported to further enhance their knowledge of CBRN and CT.

The applicants will not be required to pass the CTSFO course but will develop and deliver CBRN Training for CTSFOs in accordance with national doctrine, tactics and threat.

You will also be required to support coordination of operational CBRN activity across the regions as part of a national cadre. This is a role for an enthusiastic CBRN Responder with a minimum of three years’ operational CBRN experience and an enhanced level of CBRN knowledge. Experience of design, development, delivery or management of emergency service training programmes is essential. Applicants must hold a minimum level 3 training qualification.

The successful applicant must have their Chief Officer approval and will be required to undertake vetting to SC and MV as a minimum.
​Contact emaili.stubbs@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0121 712 6075
​Further informationA Role Profile and application form can be found on the West Midlands Police website 
​Closing dateThursday, 31 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyCBRN Embed Coordinator (Substantive Sergeant or Temporary)
​Force and locationNational CBRN Centre, Coventry
​DescriptionApplications are invited from Police Sergeants with their Chief Officers approval, for the position of CBRN Embed Coordinator on an 18 month secondment.

CT Policing’s National CBRN Centre is looking for a highly motivated and proactive Sergeant to coordinate and support a national team of CBRN responders embedded within CTSFO teams across England and Wales. The post will be based at the National CBRN Centre, Ryton, Coventry will be suited to a dynamic individual with the skills to manage and develop this network of CBRN CTSFO Embeds.

They will be working alongside the National CBRN Operations Centre to ensure consistent delivery of CBRN capability across the CTSFO network, consistency of CBRN advice and planning for operations and effective links to National Armed Policing.
Applicants should have an understanding of the CT network and experience of developing and delivering training in accordance with national doctrine, tactics and threat.

This is a role for a CBRN practitioner with a minimum of three years’ operational CBRN experience and an enhanced level of CBRN knowledge. Experience of design, development, delivery or management of emergency service training programmes is essential. The applicant must have proven skills in managing teams and multiple work streams.

The successful applicant must have their Chief Officer approval and will be required to undertake vetting to SC and MV as a minimum. 
​Contact emaili.stubbs@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0121 712 6075
​Further informationA Role Profile and application form can be found on the West Midlands Police website  
​Closing dateThursday, 31 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Constable - Protected Persons Unit, South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU)
​Force and locationHampshire
​DescriptionApplications are invited from substantive Detective Constables for the above role. The SEPPU assists the Local Police Areas within the South East covering TVP, Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex in the safeguarding of vulnerable people at the highest risk and cannot be safeguarded using traditional policing methods.

We are looking for enthusiastic officers who are seeking exciting, varied and challenging work in a department where flexibility, self-motivation and attention to detail are paramount.

The post holder must be computer literate and have experience of compiling detailed reports and risk assessments. The post holder should be able to demonstrate experience of managing individuals at risk and working within a confidential environment. The post holder must have completed or must successfully complete the National Protected Person Course.

Knowledge of Criminal Procedure Investigation Act (CPIA) and Serious Organised Crime and Police Act sections 82 – 94 are desirable. Confidentiality is essential in this role as is flexibility in working hours.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationTo apply, please see the Thames Valley Police website

For further information please email RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01865 555839 quoting 14363  
​Closing dateMonday, 21 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransfer Opportunity for Substantive Sergeants
Home Office Forces only
​Force and locationDerbyshire Constabulary (various across the force area)
​DescriptionWe would like to invite applications from transferees at the substantive rank of Sergeant who have a proven track record of people focused leadership, and who:

· Will be visible change agents in support of our organisational goals and initiatives.
· Are happy to move out of comfort zones and be flexible in taking measured risks to innovate and improve the service we provide.
· Take personal responsibility for the performance of their teams, helping them share good practice and learn from mistakes.
· Will commit to coaching, supporting and mentoring their teams, using our people development process to engage your team and improve performance.
· Drive, prioritise and own personal development.
· Challenge poor performance and behaviour whilst recognising and celebrating the achievement of those who do a good job.
​Contact emailPlease send your CV with a covering email detailing why you would like to join us to the following email address: recruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationDerbyshire Constabulary will provide you with clear direction on your role and responsibility as a leader. Will stand behind you if you do the right thing for the right reasons. Provide you with mechanisms for ongoing feedback and recognition alongside tools to help you manage your development. Will create an environment that recognises mistakes as a learning opportunity and supports efforts to innovate and continuously improve.

Support you to adapt or remove policy, process or tools that prevent you or your team from performing to the best of your ability. Provide you with the opportunity to shape and drive our culture change agenda. We will support and reward those who are role models and challenge those who fail to step up to their responsibilities. 

The closing date for applications is 18th May. Interviews will be held from 18th – 29th June.
​Closing dateFriday, 18 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyHR Practitioner – Grade 5/6
​Force and locationVicinity of J27 of the M1
​DescriptionTo support your Head of Unit in achieving business objectives by providing an effective, proactive and efficient HR service
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationFor more information please see the Derbyshire and Leicestershire recruitment portal  
​Closing dateFriday, 18 May 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyAssistant Chief Constable
​Force and locationLincolnshire Police
​DescriptionLincolnshire Police are seeking applications for the position of Assistant Chief Constable from ambitious senior police officers.

Whilst Lincolnshire Police is a small force in terms of officer and staff numbers we cover a large rural area and deliver performance above our resourcing. We have a strong track record of innovation, embracing change and new ideas, and we are looking for someone who wishes to seize a genuine opportunity to pioneer change. Lincolnshire Police is a leader in workforce wellbeing, mobile data and innovation in rural crime amongst many other areas.

Applications are invited from police officers who can demonstrate significant command experience and who have passed the Senior Police National Assessment Centre and Strategic Command Course and are a current accredited Strategic Firearms Commander.

You must be an innovative leader with a track record of change delivery. You must be able to provide effective leadership and contribute to the overall direction of Lincolnshire Police delivering the Chief Constable’s vision for Lincolnshire as set out in our recently published “Distinctively Lincolnshire” strategic plan, focusing on delivering a high quality service and working to ensure the wellbeing of our staff.
​Contact emailResourcing@lincs.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01522 558235
​Further informationImportant Recruitment Dates

Application closes - 12 noon on 18th May 2018
Force Familiarisation Event - 4th May 2018
Shortlisting of applications - w/c 21st May 2018
Presentation and Interview - 14th June 2018

If you would like to discuss the opportunity confidentially with Chief Constable Bill Skelly or Deputy Chief Constable Craig Naylor in more detail please contact Sergeant Jon Putnam on 01522 947399 or at jonathon.putnam@lincs.pnn.police.uk and he will make appropriate arrangements.

To secure an application pack, please contact the Resourcing Team on 01522 558235 or at Resourcing@lincs.pnn.police.uk  

Lincolnshire Police is committed to Equality & Diversity and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates. 
​Closing dateFriday, 18 May 2018 at 12:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDeputy Chief Constable
​Force and locationNorthumbria Police
​DescriptionChief Constable Winton Keenen is looking to appoint a new Deputy for Northumbria Police.
In this high profile and challenging role you will support the Chief Constable embedding the Force's mission, vision and values and deliver an effective policing service to build public and organisational confidence. You will be responsible for delivering a leadership culture that strives for sustained improvement within a supportive environment, leading by example and taking ownership of performance and behaviours. You will have the enthusiasm, commitment and drive to shape the future direction of Northumbria Police and inspire the workforce.
​Contact emailjoscelin.lawson.9422@northumbria.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneIf you have any questions regarding the selection process you may wish to speak with Joscelin Lawson, Director of People & Development at Northumbria Police. You can reach Joscelin on 07771980060
​Further informationFor more information please see the Northumbria Police website  
​Closing dateSunday, 13 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Constable recruitment, Student Officers
​Force and locationHumberside Police (across the force)
​DescriptionPolice Officer recruitment

On appointment, your starting salary will be £19,971 or £23,124 for serving PCSOs or Specials (see FAQs) Annual Leave of 22 days increasing with length of service Police pension Training and development opportunities Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) covering a range of health, wellbeing and lifestyle issues Support and advice from our Occupational Health Support Unit and a range of staff associations and access to a range of services including Charitable Trust and Police Mutual Childcare Vouchers. You can use the vouchers to pay for registered or approved childcare, this includes nurseries, childminders, breakfast and after school clubs, and can be used for children up to the age of 16 Access to established staff support groups for all members of the policing family.
​Contact emailPoliceRecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone(0114)2197000
​Further informationHumberside Police are recruiting Police Officers, registration opens 09.05.2018. If you are interested please visit the Humberside Police website on how to start your journey to an exciting fulfilling new career.

To give extra support and guidance a number of recruitment workshops will be run across the Humberside area.  
​Closing dateSunday, 13 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyCT Benefits Management Officer
​Force and locationNCTPHQ hosted by the MPS - London
​DescriptionWorking within NCTPHQ Change Pillar, the purpose of this role is to manage the day-to-day implementation of the benefits management framework, approach, standards and processes to ensure identification and realisation of financial and non-financial benefits. This role will work closely with the NCPTHQ Performance Team, NCTPHQ Business Change team, NCPTHQ Reporting, Planning and Risks and Issues Officers and with the Business Change Officers. The role will report directly and be managed by the Band B Business Change and Benefits Manager.

The role holder will need to work flexibly in periods of high demand i.e. able to work at portfolio, programme or project level. The role will involve some periods of full/part time forward deployment to assist in business change on specific programmes/projects. Whilst sitting under the team structure of the Portfolio Management Office (PfMO) they could be asked to support work in the other team in periods of high demand when requested.
​Contact emailRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone02032761708
​Further informationRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk   
​Closing dateWednesday, 9 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyForce Enquiry Officer
​Force and locationChesterfield Police Station
​DescriptionCovering the front desk, responding to all incoming enquiries.

Some weekend working.
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationFor more information please see the Derbyshire and Leicestershire recruitment portal  
​Closing dateWednesday, 9 May 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyIT365 Service Desk Analysts
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit two Service Desk Analyststo join the new Digital Service and Support Team based at Dudley Hill Police Station in Bradford.
In these new and exciting positions, you will provide single point of contact and first line support to West Yorkshire Police computer and communications system users
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateTuesday, 8 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyCapability Manager
​Force and locationWest Mercia, Location decided on appointment
​DescriptionSalary £44,454 - £47,439

Secondment for 12 months

We are looking for a Capabilities Manager who will manage, advise & coordinate the delivery of a networked solution to Forensic Collision Investigation in support of the National Specialist Capabilities Programme, reporting to the Capability Lead- ACC Evans.
Prior to applying please ensure you have the support of your organisation for the period of the secondment.
​Contact emailrecruitment@warwickshireandwestmercia.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01905 747188
​Further informationTo apply, please see either the Warwickshire Police website or the West Mercia Police website  
​Closing dateTuesday, 8 May 2018 at 12:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyVarious - DI/Inspector – CTPNOC

X1 CT Coordination Centre
X1 Endeavour
X1 National Humint Unit
X1 National Intelligence
X1 JTAC
X1 National Prisons Intelligence Co-ordination Centre
X2 National Ports
​Force and locationVarious – Across London
​DescriptionThe Counter Terrorism Policing National Operations Centre is a diverse unit made up of a range of functions. Formed in the summer of 2016 as a fusion of units, it includes the previously named ACPO Counter Terrorism Coordination Centre (ACTCC) and was initially called the National Counter Terrorism Functions Command. Since its inception, the command has been in a developmental phase but is now progressively supporting the CT Policing network.

CTPNOC leads on a number of critical areas of business across the UK, positively supported by regional colleagues in the CT network, and is instrumental in developing national and international partnerships with key stakeholders. Examples include developing national CT/OC Prisons Intelligence structures, leading on the National Ports Modernisation Programme, and the advancing work with Mi5 around HUMINT activity. CTPNOC is leading on a number of critical areas of business nationally, and even internationally, many of which have been supported positively by regional colleagues.

Predominantly based within London the command also has a footprint across the CTP regional network with staff embedded with key partners across the UK and overseas.
​Contact emailrecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone02032761708
​Further informationIndividual JD's are held by NCTPHQ HR please contact: recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateMonday, 7 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Detective Constables
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref MC178
​DescriptionWorking for West Yorkshire Police is an incredible challenge, but incredibly rewarding too.

When joining us you can expect a range of career opportunities, and plenty of chances for career growth. As a forward thinking well respected Police Force, we recognise and reward policing excellence.

We are increasing our numbers and are looking for experienced Detective Constables to join us.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk - 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 7 May 2018

 

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 dateMonday, 7 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyProject Manager - Aviation
​Force and locationNational Police Air Service (NPAS), Wakefield. Ref: XP131
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a Project Manager - Aviation to join NPAS, Based in Wakefield.

As an Aviation SME you will be responsible for managing, controlling and co-ordinating the effective and efficient design, delivery and implementation of a wide range of aviation related projects, including European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) minor and major aircraft modifications.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk - 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 7 May 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Constable – Counter Terrorism Police Operations Room (CTPOR)
​Force and locationNear M4, Junction 12, Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionApplications are invited from substantive constables for the post of Police Constable – Counter Terrorism Police Operations Room (CTPOR) as part of CTP SE.

You will undertake the role of Surveillance Monitor (SvM), primarily at CTP SE, but also at other locations in the UK dependant on the National CT priorities and tasking. You will use knowledge, training and judgement to make recommendations on possible risks.

You will maintain communications with the Surveillance team on the ground, acting as the conduit for information and intelligence between the Tactical Controller in the CTPOR and the Surveillance (Sv) Team Leader, updating the CLIO log regarding Sv activity, support the Sv deployment through identification and resolution of fast-time intelligence gaps.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationTo apply, please see the Thames Valley Police website

For further information please email RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01865 555839 quoting 14348
​Closing dateSunday, 6 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyNational Digital Policing Portfolio Finance Manager & Finance Business Partner (M2 £42,492 - £46,422 pa)
​Force and locationSussex police (Lewes/London)
​DescriptionThe role is:
- To lead the overall financial and management accounting for the Portfolio and its constituent Programmes, ensuring robust effective and efficient financial and accounting processes.

- To lead on supporting the Video Enabled Justice programme. Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner is the lead for the VEJ programme on behalf of Criminal Justice partners across Sussex, Surrey, London and Kent. A detailed business case has been developed to identify and realise efficiency savings through the adoption of an innovative scheduling and management service for courts using video technology. 
​Contact emailJohn Moyles – recruiting manager John.Moyles@sussex.pnn.police.uk  
Lyubov Rackham – HR Advisor Lyubov.Rackham@sussex.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephoneJohn Moyles – 07973951208 (role specific queries)
Lyubov Rackham – 07989 188051 (HR/recruitment queries)
​Further informationSussex Police website 
​Closing dateFriday, 4 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyComplaints Investigation Officer
​Force and locationNorthamptonshire Police – Campbell Square
​DescriptionTo investigate and respond to complaints under the direction of the complaints Sgt.
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationNorthamptonshire Police website 
​Closing dateFriday, 4 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyHelpdesk Officer
​Force and locationCheshire - Warrington
​DescriptionCheshire Police are looking to recruit a full-time Helpdesk Officer to work at the Helpdesk based at Warrington Police Station.

Helpdesk Officers are the first point of contact for the public attending a Police Station and are expected to respond to the public’s requests, managing expectations and reassuring them that we are here for them when needed most.
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationNorthamptonshire Police website 
​Closing dateFriday, 4 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff: Missing Person Coordinator - CJC
​Force and locationNorthamptonshire Police
​DescriptionAn opportunity has arisen in the Missing Person Unit within Northamptonshire Police for the position of Missing Person Coordinator.

The Missing Person Coordinator role helps to ensure that Northamptonshire Police respond effectively and are able to undertake relevant safeguarding responsibilities in relation to missing reports.

The Missing person coordinator role ensures that proactive engagement occurs with care homes and healthcare establishments to help promote a better understanding of the role of the police in missing person cases.

This is an exciting opportunity within missing person investigations working with vulnerable children, care homes and to ensure that external agencies are involved where appropriate. To evaluate and identify trends of repeat Missing Persons and to look at innovative ways to reduce these by liaising with external Partnerships.
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationNorthamptonshire Police website  
​Closing dateFriday, 4 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Constables - Authorised Firearms Officers
​Force and locationWest Mercia Police
​DescriptionOur vision of ‘protecting people from harm’ is at the core of everything we do and our ambition over the next five years is to become ‘great’ at doing this. It is a vision that is understood and delivered daily by those who work for us and is a requirement of the communities we serve and the partners we work with. Officers seeking to join us will need to demonstrate their commitment to these values.

We are seeking Home Office Authorised Firearms Officers to join our Operational Policing Unit (OPU) within the alliance of Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police.

We are centrally located within the West Midlands Region and have a number of vacancies at the OPU bases at Shrewsbury and Hereford.

Our OPUs sit within Local Policing Areas. The Alliance also has a Firearms School and a Tactical Firearms Team (Specialist Firearms Officers) providing opportunities for further development.
​Contact emailpolicerecruitment@warwickshireandwestmercia.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01905 331433
​Further informationFor more information and to apply please see the West Mercia Police website 
​Closing dateFriday, 4 May 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyL&D Planning Co-ordinator
​Force and locationLeicestershire Police (However the role is based in Ripley, Derbyshire)
​DescriptionTo produce fully costed L&D plans and schedule learning and development
activities in line with planning processes and priorities
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationFor more information please see the Derbyshire and Leicestershire recruitment portal 
​Closing dateThursday, 3 May 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDirector of Joint Legal Services
​Force and locationJoint role within West Midlands Police & Staffordshire Police & OPCC for Staffordshire – Birmingham
​DescriptionWest Midlands Police & Staffordshire Police & OPCC for Staffordshire are seeking a joint Director of Joint Legal Services on a 12 month secondment / fixed term contract. You’ll provide critical legal advice to Chief Constables of both forces and will lead, support, and develop our Joint Legal Services.

You’ll need to be a qualified solicitor/barrister with substantial post qualification experience, be an expert in UK and European legislation, case law, codes of practice and their application. Our ideal candidate will also have knowledge and understanding of policing legislation and relevant rules.  
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationFor further information please see the West Midlands Police website  
​Closing dateTuesday, 1 May 2018


 

Rank or role of vacancyVolunteer - Cadet Leader
​Force and locationNottinghamshire Police - Various Locations
​DescriptionCould you help young men and women to develop their potential?

Inspiring and guiding police cadets towards a successful future; potentially as Specials, PCs, PCSOs and Police Support Volunteers is a hugely rewarding activity.

Do you enjoy working with young people? We are looking for people from all areas of our community to volunteer as police cadet leaders.

Whether you are retired or in full or part-time work, you’ll have valuable skills and experience that will help cadets prepare for their future careers.

As a cadet leader, you’ll be part of a team that works with cadets based throughout Nottinghamshire.
Cadets meet one evening a week to gain an insight into the various departments within the force, learn a range of skills and take part in community and sports activities. They also volunteer for four hours a month to assist the police in attending public events, delivering crime prevention advice and general public engagement initiatives.
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationNottinghamshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 30 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Delivery Analyst
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: IT363
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit aDigital Delivery Analyst to support, manage, maintain and monitor Microsoft/ Analytic or collaborative technologies in order to ensure provision to required SLA and performance standards.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk - 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 30 April 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyManagement of Police Information Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: IT370
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a MOPI Officer who will provide a professional MOPI Review, Retention and Disposal service in accordance with legislation, guidance and policy, supporting the Senior Information Risk Owner and to benefit operational policing in aiding the detection and prevention of crime; ensuring information retained is necessary, relevant and proportionate for a policing purpose.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk - 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 30 April 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Applications Support Analysts
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: IT366
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit four Digital Applications Support Analysts to join the Digital Policing Directorate in Wakefield, supporting and maintaining systems and integrity of data to associated service
Levels.

You will participate in improvement initiatives, adoption and change control processes, and actively support all production functions, providing advice and guidance on record and system management. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk - 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 30 April 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyResourcing Assistant
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: VH133
​DescriptionWe are looking to recruit two Resourcing Assistants on temporary 6 month contracts, to join our busy HR team in Wakefield.

The role is to provide support to 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, 30 April 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancySecretary
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: YF231
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a Secretary based at Havertop Lane Police Station, Normanton, working 25.5 hours per week, Monday to Thursday, on a part time basis.

In this role, you will provide a comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to departmental senior personnel, and provide secretarial assistance across the Organisation in times of absence or high workloads. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk - 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 30 April 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff - Business Innovation Analyst - Force HQ - fixed-term, secondment until May 2020
​Force and locationNorthamptonshire
​DescriptionAn exciting opportunity has arisen within Northamptonshire Police for a Business Innovation Analyst. The role will be responsible for creating improvements and insights and driving forward key recommendations to maximise efficient and effective ways of working within Northamptonshire Police.

You will be working within a dedicated team of analysts under the wider Change team. The individual will work across the business with identified stakeholders to quantify the current processes and demand and help inform evidence based changes. The role is a fixed term contract until May 2020.
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationNorthamptonshire Police website  
​Closing dateSunday, 29 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancy1723240: Police Staff: Intelligence Operator - Force HQ
​Force and locationCheshire Constabulary,
Clemonds Hey,
Oakmere Road,
Winsford,
Cheshire
CW7 2UA
​DescriptionJob Type: 12 Month Fixed Term Contract
Cheshire Constabulary has an exciting opportunity for an Intelligence Operator to join our Force Intelligence Bureau team based at our Force Headquarters on a 12 month Fixed Term Contract.

As an Intelligence Operator you will be required to provide a specialist role including the searching and inputting of relevant data and to deliver a high level of expertise in all areas of PNC functionality and management.
​Contact emailMfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationN/A 
​Closing dateSunday, 29 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyInspector on Promotion
​Force and locationSurrey & Sussex Police – Forcewide
​DescriptionApplications are welcomed from substantive Sergeants and Detective Sergeants for promotion to Inspector and Detective Inspector. Opportunities are currently available in both uniform and detective roles.
​Contact emailWorkforcedevelopment@surrey.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01483 633333
​Further informationFor further information please visit the Surrey Police careers page  
​Closing dateSunday, 29 April 2018 at 00:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPC/DC – Intelligence Assessor NMAC
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - London
​DescriptionAn exciting opportunity to join the National Multi-Agency Centre (NMAC) Pilot initially for 12 months. Working within the Pilot the Intelligence Assessor will be responsible for providing intelligence research, assessment and development activities as part of a team within the NMAC Intelligence Management Unit.

The Intelligence Assessor will assist in the ongoing development and design of intelligence processes across the Pilot sites, which will involve working with national projects, programmes and units to deliver the concepts. They will work with all 3 pilot sites, London, West Midlands and Manchester, to ensure consistency and adherence with information management principles.
​Contact emailRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationPlease email for further information
​Closing dateFriday, 27 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Constables, Detective Constables & Authorised Firearms Officers
​Force and locationWarwickshire Police, North and South Warwickshire.
​DescriptionWarwickshire Police is now welcoming Transferee applications from serving officers from Home Office Forces.

Our vision of ‘protecting people from harm’ is at the core of everything we do and our ambition over the next five years is to become ‘great’ at doing this. It is a vision that is understood and delivered daily by those who work for us and is a requirement of the communities we serve and the partners we work with. Officers seeking to join us will need to demonstrate their commitment to these values.

Vacancies currently exist within the following roles:

Police Constable - We're looking for experienced serving police constables who have passed their probationary period for local policing/patrol roles.

Police Constable Authorised Firearms Officer - We are seeking Home Office Authorised Firearms Officers to join our Operational Policing Unit (OPU) within the Warwickshire area.

Detective Constable - We are seeking accredited Detective Constables, with skills and experience in managing a range of complex investigations.
​Contact emailpolicerecruitment@warwickshireandwestmercia.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01905 331433
​Further informationFor more information and to apply for any of the advertised roles, please see the Warwickshire Police website 
​Closing dateFriday, 27 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyHead of NPCC National County Lines Coordination Centre
​Force and locationMPS - London
​DescriptionCounty Lines is the term used to describe gangs, groups or networks that supply drugs from urban to suburban areas across the country, including market and coastal towns, using dedicated mobile phone lines or “deal lines”. They exploit children and vulnerable adults to move the drugs and money to and from the urban area and to store the drugs in local markets. They will often use intimidation, violence and weapons, including knives, corrosives and firearms.
County Lines is classified as a national threat by the National Crime Agency and is a very significant national policing, political and public issue.

The NPCC National Coordination Centre for County Lines is a unique and innovative development proposed by the NPCC National Lead for Gangs. Home Office funding has been allocated for this work for an 18 month period and forms an integral part of the Home Office’s Serious Violence Strategy 2018-2020.
This NPCC Coordination Centre is a joint project between national policing and the National Crime Agency. It also delivers a key national objective set by the Crime Coordination Committee, which itself is directly accountable to Chief Constables Council.
The development of this work will have direct ministerial interest and will require high level working across Whitehall and national policing.
​Contact emailDAC Duncan Ball Duncan.ball@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone0207 230 0669
​Further informationDAC Duncan Ball Duncan.ball@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateFriday, 27 April 2018 at 15:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDeputy Chief Constable (temporary opportunity)
​Force and locationNorth Yorkshire Police – Police Headquarters
​DescriptionFollowing the announcement made by Chief Constable Dave Jones to retire with immediate effect, our Police & Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan has initiated temporary arrangements for our current Deputy Chief Constable Lisa Winward to be appointed as Temporary Chief Constable for a period of 3 months whilst a formal recruitment and selection process takes place.

Also, due to our current ACC recruitment process, it is really important to us that we maintain stability at this level; as a result, we would like to offer a rare interim opportunity for a substantive Deputy Chief Constable to come and work with us.

As this is a 3 month secondment you must have the support from your current Chief Constable to enable your release.
​Contact emailKerry.west@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01609 643522
​Further informationTo apply, please visit the North Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateThursday, 26 April 2018 at 09:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Superintendent
​Force and locationSuffolk Constabulary, Suffolk
​DescriptionSuffolk Constabulary Opportunity for Chief or Detective Superintendent
Local Policing or Safeguarding & Investigations
£81,156 - £85,614
Suffolk Constabulary is looking for an outstanding leader to join our team.
The constabulary is currently delivering on Policing 2025, a vision and strategy that will ensurepolicing continues to meet the evolving threats and demands anticipated over the nextdecade. The strategy will ensure Suffolk Constabulary continues to focus on being an ever moreefficient and resilient organisation, one that is equipped to deal with future challenges, deliver innovative solutions tailored to the circumstances of the country’s diversecommunities and is transformational in its approach to promoting public confidence and trustin the services it provides.
​Contact emailJoanne.wishart@norfolk.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01953 425699 ext 2343
​Further information Suffolk Constabulary website
​Closing dateWednesday, 25 April 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPC - Diandria Development Officer
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - London
​DescriptionResponsibility for the day to day management of Diandria – a CTPHQ Prevent project. The candidate will need to be tenacious in driving and developing the project, which is based around social media and online radicalisation. Diandria uses online, open source techniques in order to produce intelligence and identify vulnerable individuals / extremists online. They will look at ways of expanding and developing the outputs of the project to meet the needs of the CT(I)Us.
​Contact emailRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateWednesday, 25 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPC - Counter Weapons Threat Team
​Force and locationNCTPHQ - London
​DescriptionAs part of a small team your role will include:

· Ensure the implementation of the National Counter Weapons Strategy
· Enable operational decision making
· To maximise an operational response
· To minimise community impact
· Adapt and respond rapidly to any evolving weapon
· Local, regional and national resource management
​Contact emailRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationRecruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateWednesday, 25 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Inspector - Modern Slavery Tactical Coordination & Support Officer - South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU)

Secondment until 31 March 2019
​Force and locationSouth East Region, Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionAn exciting new opportunity has arisen to work with partners to coordinate and improve the law enforcement response to the threat of Modern Slavery (MS), by providing Tactical Advice and Support to police forces and delivering the National Policing MS Action Plan within the SE ROCU and each of its constituent South East forces.

The successful applicant will have experience of investigating and managing crime in a multi-agency setting, demonstrating effective management of risk, threat and harm. You will also have experience of serious crime investigation including managing serious safeguarding issues and a knowledge of Modern Slavery or experience of working within a public protection related area.

Applications are invited from substantive Detective Inspectors. This role can be based at any suitable SEROCU location within the South East.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationTo apply, please see the Thames Valley Police website

For further information please email RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01865 555839 quoting 14318.  
​Closing dateWednesday, 25 April 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Officer- Transferee Recruitment- Police Constable/Detective Constable - Various Locations
​Force and locationNottinghamshire Police. Various
​DescriptionNottinghamshire Police are now welcoming Transferee applications from Police Constables from both Home Office and non-Home Office forces who are interested in the opportunities in Nottinghamshire. We are seeking transferee applicants who are enthusiastic, driven and share our relentless drive to deliver excellent service to the public. 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.

If you are either a Constable or Detective Constable we may have a position to suit your skills.

Vacancies currently exist within Nottinghamshire Police on:
· Response and Neighbourhoods.
· Investigation and Intelligence including Public Protection, Reactive CID, Intelligence.
· Organised Crime department for Constables who are also Q1 mobile surveillance trained operatives and are willing to work towards PIP 2 accreditation.
· East Midlands Operational Support Service (EMOpSS) - Authorised Firearms Officers.

We are particularly interested in transferees who are PIP 2 qualified or are Q1 College of Policing Mobile surveillance trained operatives willing to work towards PIP 2 accreditation, and Authorised Firearms Officers (AFO) to work as part of our East Midlands Operational Support Services (EMOpSS) covering Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.
​Contact emailTarina.sanghera12308@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0115 967 0999 Ext 800 2575
​Further informationFor further information please see the Nottinghamshire Police website 
​Closing dateOngoing

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Officers – Detective Constable
​Force and locationLeicester Police
​DescriptionLeicestershire Police is currently recruiting experienced detectives to work across our Crime and Intelligence Department and could offer you just the move you are looking for.

As a detective constable in the department, you will take responsibility for the whole investigation process, from initial report stage, planning the investigation strategy to court hearing and beyond.

We also have vacancies in our Rape Investigation Unit and Child Abuse Investigation Unit for candidates with the appropriate experience.
To be successful you must have completed the initial Crime Investigators Development Programme (ICIDP) or equivalent (CID Foundation Course and be accredited investigators at PIP level 2. You should also have a full driving licence and no outstanding discipline or integrity issues with your current force.

At Leicestershire Police we pride ourselves on recognising people with real potential. That’s why we offer our officers so much support, motivation and training because, as they improve, so will our force.
Whether you want to specialise in a particular area of policing, or progress through the ranks, our experienced leaders can help you to reach your goals. All you have to do is bring us your talent, dedication and enthusiasm and we’ll welcome you to the team.

If you have an excellent attendance record, are high performing and are looking for a new challenge, then this could be the place for you. You must have successfully completed your probationary period with your current force before submitting your application.
​Contact emailRecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneShared HRSC Services  0300 122 8900
​Further information Leicestershire Police
​Closing dateOngoing

 

Rank or role of vacancy Police Constables and Detective Constables
​Force and location Gwent  
​Description Gwent Police are looking to recruit Police Constables and Detective Constables from other Home Office Forces, who have completed their probationary period.

We are looking for Police Constables from all backgrounds, currently serving with other Home Office Forces. As well as many staff benefits we provide a wide range of career opportunities, specialist posts, as well as development and promotion prospects.

We are also looking to recruit qualified and experienced Detective Constables with skills and experience in managing a range of complex investigations, and/or experience of digital evidence gathering, dealing with cyber-enabled crimes, and an understanding of?a range of vulnerabilities and the appropriate ways to respond.

If you think you have the skills and passion we are looking for, are able to show commitment to achieving high levels of attendance and performance then apply now.

You would have the opportunity of working in a mixture of rural and urban communities, and will experience a wide range of different challenges on a daily basis.

In addition to the application form, applicants will be required to undergo vetting and references, pass an interview, fitness test, drugs test and a Health Check.

Gwent is a culturally diverse area and to ensure that our service is fully representative of the communities we serve, we welcome applications from all backgrounds and ethnic groups.
​Contact email centralrecruitment@gwent.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01633 642212
​Further informationFor further information and an application form please visit the Gwent Police website  
​Closing date Ongoing

 

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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