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.
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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.

Rank or role of vacancy
​Force and location
​Descriptionno more than 100 words please.....
​Contact email
​Contact telephone
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Current Vacancies

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee’s/ Re-joiners – PC and DC
​Force and locationWest Midlands Police- Forcewide
​DescriptionCan you see yourself working for one of the country’s leading
forces? This is your opportunity to transfer your skills and experience to West Midlands Police!

West Midlands Police is changing the face of policing, and you could
be part of our major plans.
We are in the middle of an exciting programme of development as
we move towards our WMP 2020 objectives – new ways of working
and innovative technology are at the forefront of our thinking.

We want to build on this by bringing in additional skills, experience and diversity from established Police Constables to our already high performing teams. We have a huge range of opportunities available including Response, Investigations, Force Contact and Neighbourhood Policing.

If you would like to be part of one of the most exciting transformations in policing we are holding an Open day on Thursday August 10th between 1000 hours and 1400 hours.
​Contact emailss_recruitment@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0121 626 5100
​Further information
​Closing dateMonday, 31 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Constable
​Force and locationWarwickshire Police and West Mercia Police
​DescriptionWarwickshire Police are seeking qualified and experienced Detective Constables for our investigative hubs.
Investigation hubs are based in the north and south of the county. While Warwickshire is predominantly rural, it also contains some densely populated urban areas and many market towns.
The ability to demonstrate high standards of integrity and professionalism at all times are essential requirements for our officers.
Is this you? Are you an accredited Detective Constable, with skills and experience in managing a range of complex investigations, we would be interested in hearing from you.
​Contact email policerecruitment@warwickshireandwestmercia.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01905 331 433
​Further informationWarwickshire Police website
​Closing dateThursday, 24 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy

Senior National Co-ordinator’s (SNC) Private Office -
Staff Officer
Detective Sergeant

​Force and location

Secondment: Two years 
Location: London

​Description

An opportunity has arisen in the SNC's private office for the role of Staff Officer. This role offers unique exposure to strategic operational decision making, the CT Network, partner agencies and international partners. The role is particularly suitable for officers looking to widen their strategic perspective at a senior level and aiming for future promotion opportunities. 
Vetting and STRAP
This post will require you to hold National Security Vetting (NSV) at Developed Vetting (DV).
 The post requires access to the most sensitive intelligence material on a daily basis. Applicants must hold or be prepared to undergo Security Check (SC) or Developed Vetting (DV) before taking up the post. Additionally, this material is of particular sensitivity to the UK and its distribution must be restricted to UK nationals. In approved circumstances dual nationals (of which one element is British) may also be granted access. However, in the event that potential conflicts of interest cannot be managed the post holder will not be able to see the intelligence material and will not be able to perform their duties. For the purpose of safeguarding national security and in line with Cabinet Office Policy, supported by Section 82(2) to (4) of the Police Reform Act (2002), applicants who do not hold or acquire Security Check (SC) or Developed Vetting (DV) clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post.
Confidentiality Agreement
Applicants should also be aware of the need to sign a confidentiality agreement on taking up the post.
Additional Information:
 No accommodation provided, excess travel may be met subject to prior consultation. 

​Contact email

For an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
For further information regarding the roles please contact DI Matt Pilch Matt.Pilch@met.pnn.police.uk
Completed applications must be returned to CTPHQ Recruitment, PO BOX 57192, London, SW6 1SF 
Applicants should send an electronic copy to CTPHQ HR recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  but a hard copy of your application form including wet signatures must be forwarded to the above address.

​Contact telephone
​Further information

All posts are on secondment for a period of two years and based in London although some travel UK travel will be required.

All appointments are subject to the post holder satisfying the highest levels of security clearance at the time of appointment and for the duration of the secondment agreement. Failure to achieve such clearance or removal of such clearance will result in termination of the secondment agreement and the post holder will be returned to force. This does not affect your statutory right.

​Closing dateSaturday, 19 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Superintendent Opportunities
​Force and locationStaffordshire Police
​DescriptionChief Constable Gareth Morgan of Staffordshire Police invites suitably qualified individuals to apply for opportunities at the Chief Superintendent rank that have become available within the Force.

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.

You will lead one of four directorates, inspiring and motivating others to deliver an excellent service that reassures and protects the communities that we serve. 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.

You will need to hold the highest levels of operational competence, be a clear, articulate and confident leader, with experience of working with a wide range of partners and stakeholders using highly developed political and business awareness to drive improved performance.
​Contact emailhelen.brunjes@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationIf 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. The closing date for receipt of applications is 18 August 2017.
​Closing dateFriday, 18 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancySurveillance Officers inc Motorcyclists – Constable
​Force and locationCity of London Police
​DescriptionIntelligence development and pro-active operations is a vital weapon in our fight against terrorism and serious crime. The safety and security of world leading businesses and economic stability in the financial heart of the country depends on specialist skills. Vacancies for trained surveillance officers have become available and applications are invited from suitably qualified operatives.
​Contact emailCOM@cityoflondon.pnn.police.uk  or HRServices@cityoflondon.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone020 7601 2845
​Further informationCity of London Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 18 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Sergeant – Investigations
​Force and locationHorsham or Slough
Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionApplicants are invited from substantive Sergeants for the above post. You will be responsible for the supervision of SEROCU investigations personnel involved in the disruption of Organised Crime Groups operating within the South East. Primarily you will be involved with the investigation of serious and complex organised and cross-border crime.
The successful applicant will have completion of ICIDP and a sound background in covert investigations. You will be an excellent team manager, dynamic and highly motivated, and willing to work in a flexible and committed way.  
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationTo apply please go to Thames Valley Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 13 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyFinancial Investigator and Confiscator
​Force and locationNottinghamshire – Radford Road Police Station
​DescriptionSee link below
​Contact emailEmma.cross@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0115 9670999
​Further informationNottinghamshire Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 11 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyInspector
​Force and location South Yorkshire Police Inspectors Promotion Process 2017
​DescriptionWe are looking for exceptional officers who are seeking promotion to the rank of Inspector who will lead our staff in delivering excellent service to the public of South Yorkshire.
The process is open to internal and external candidates and will comprise of two steps.
Step 1 - Application form. Candidates will be required to submit evidence against each of the four Values from the Competency and Values Framework (CVF). Candidates will need to submit a copy of their current live PDR showing CPD objectives and evidence with the application form.
Step 2 - Interview including presentation/work sample test. All six competencies from the CVF will be assessed during this step.

The application pack consists of Application Form, Manual of Guidance, South Yorkshire Police Plan on a Page and a copy of the preparation workshop presentation, to request an application pack please send an email to promotions@southyorks.pnn.police.uk
​Contact email promotions@southyorks.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone 
​Further information

The closing date for applications is 0900 Friday 11 August 2017
Late applications will not be accepted.

​Closing dateFriday, 11 August 2017 at 09:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Chief Superintendent Promotion Opportunity
​Force and locationDyfed Powys Police, Llangunnor, Carmarthenshire
​DescriptionDyfed Powys Police is inviting applications from substantive Superintendents or Chief Superintendents with the required skills for the above vacancy.
​Contact emailworkforceplanningteam@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01267 226446
​Further informationApplication Form, Role Profile and Guidance Notes are available at Dyfed Powys Police website
​Closing date10 August 2017 (midnight)

 

Rank or role of vacancyInspection Officer - Chief Inspector
​Force and locationWales, West Midlands
​Description These vacancies are to support HMIC in –

a) conducting high quality professional inspections and presenting
     measured, objective and authoritative findings;
b) monitoring and reporting on forces and policing activity with the aim of
     encouraging improvement;
c) providing advice to police forces that identifies the best practice that all
     forces can aspire to; and
d) maintaining effective relationships and suitable liaison contacts with the
     offices of Police and Crime Commissioners (OPCCs).

Key responsibilities:
Your main responsibilities will be:

• To support the force liaison lead in planning, organising and conducting
    inspection activity and in producing reports on the findings.
• To monitor force performance and ensure that the regional HMI is briefed
   on any risks or concerns.
• To maintain effective relationships liaison with forces and OPCCs during
   and outside inspection processes.
• To deputise for the force liaison lead as required.
​Contact emailRecruitment@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationHMIC website
​Closing dateWednesday, 9 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancySenior Digital Forensic Investigator
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref RC84
​DescriptionSalary £31,053 - £33,597 (Subject to re-evaluation) You willsupervise the day to day management of regional digital forensic investigations. Your responsibilities will include supervision, support and development of staff within the Regional Cyber Crime Unit. You will ensure that personnel and other resources are deployed safely and that operational performance complies with legislation, policy and best practice.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 7 August 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolygrapher
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Leeds. Ref XT345
​DescriptionSalary £27,519 - £29,307. In this role, you will provide a polygraph capability allowing the evaluation of intelligence or risk. This new and exciting role would suit a candidate with excellent communication and presentation skills. You will also require experience of working with Intelligence partners in a covert environment and knowledge of covert policing methods and their application.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police 
​Closing dateMonday, 7 August 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyFinancial Investigators
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Home working. Ref RC80
​Description
Salary £21,999 - £29,307 (Career Progression Grade 5 – SO1) As a Financial Investigator working within this team you will work under the guidance of a mentor to conduct pro-active and re-active financial investigations, with the objective of obtaining money laundering charges, restraint orders and confiscation orders in accordance with Regional targets and objectives.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 7 August 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyFinancial Investigators (RART- ACE Team)
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield or Sunderland. Ref RC81
​DescriptionSalary £27,519 - £29,307. Temporary contract. As an experienced Financial Investigator, you will conduct pro-active and re-active financial investigations, with the objective of obtaining money laundering charges, restraint orders and confiscation orders in accordance with Regional targets and objectives. You will also provide specialist advice and support to members of the Force in relation to all aspects of financial investigation.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 7 August 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyData Review Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Leeds. Ref XT344
​DescriptionSalary £21,999 - £24,030. You will join a small and unique team based in Leeds. In this role you will provide specialist technical support to regional, national and international related investigations through the viewing, assessment, analysis and interpretation of various forms of data including: digital, multimedia, audio and text, provided from a range of law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 7 August 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDivisional Technical Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref XC849
​DescriptionSalary £24,813 - £26,535. We are looking to recruit a Divisional Technical Officer to provide specialist support and technical assistance with covert and overt surveillance operations and to assist in the detection and prevention of crime. We are offering this opportunity to candidates with knowledge of electrical and electronic principles, as well as expertise of common operating systems and applications.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateFriday, 7 August 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyCounter Terrorism Awareness Advisor (CTAA)
​Force and locationThames Valley Police (near Gatwick)
​DescriptionFor the purposes of safeguarding national security, applicants who do not hold or acquire appropriate security clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post. This post is therefore restricted to UK nationals.

An opportunity has arisen for a Counter Terrorism Awareness Advisor (CTAA)to work with Counter Terrorism Policing, South East (CTPSE). This role is advertised to recruit a highly motivated, professional individual to join the National Counter Terrorism effort, as part of a specialised team.

The role primarily involves the delivery of awareness presentations, advice and briefings to business, agencies and internal and external partners to help reduce the vulnerability to and the impact of an attack in the South East. You will also develop new presentations that cater for individual customer needs.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationPlease apply online for this vacancy Thames Valley Police website
​Closing dateMonday 7 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyInterim Chief Executive Officer
​Force and locationThe Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. Wakefield. Ref ZP58
​DescriptionSalary: £100,000 per annum. Temporary Post. West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Mark Burns-Williamson, is seeking to recruit an Interim Chief Executive to 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 information West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateThursday, 6 August 2017 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancy

Intelligence Analyst

​Force and location

Secondment: Two years (London)

​Description

Counter Terrorism Policing Operations Centre
National Prisons Intelligence Coordination Centre (NPICC)

Counter Terrorism Policing leads on counter-terrorism and related issues through, among other activities, the development of police service policy and strategy in respect of relevant counter terrorism, domestic extremism and other policing themes.

Band D (£25,526 - £28,369) + Shift Disturbance Allowance 12.5%

​Contact email

For an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
For further information regarding the roles please contact Sarah Wagner Sarah.J.Wagner@met.pnn.police.uk  
Completed applications must be returned to CTPHQ Recruitment, PO BOX 57192, London, SW6 1SF.
 Applicants should send an electronic copy to CTPHQ HR recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  but a hard copy of your application form including wet signatures must be forwarded to the above address.
All appointments are subject to the post holder satisfying the highest levels of security clearance at the time of appointment and for the duration of the secondment agreement. Failure to achieve such clearance or removal of such clearance will result in termination of the secondment agreement and the post holder will be returned to force. This does not affect your statutory right.

​Contact telephone
​Further information

NPICC is responsible for the coordination of prison intelligence relating to both CT and OC whilst identifying threats, risks and vulnerabilities. NPICC works closely with partner agencies including MI5, NCA, NOMS, HOIE and HMRC.
Some key responsibilities involve:
· The production of analytical products utilising a range of specialist
  techniques to drive the prison network’s response to threat, risk and
   vulnerability
· The identification of intelligence gaps and development of 
  recommendations based on consultation with experts and stakeholders;
· Presenting and disseminating analytical findings both written and orally
  Vetting and STRAP

This post will require you to hold National Security Vetting (NSV) at
Developed Vetting (DV).
The post requires access to the most sensitive intelligence material on a daily basis. Applicants must hold or be prepared to undergo Developed Vetting (DV) before taking up the post. Additionally, this material is of particular sensitivity to the UK and its distribution must be restricted to UK nationals. In approved circumstances dual nationals (of which one element is British) may also be granted access. However, in the event that potential conflicts of interest cannot be managed the post holder will not be able to see the intelligence material and will not be able to perform their duties. For the purpose of safeguarding national security and in line with Cabinet Office Policy, supported by Section 82(2) to (4) of the Police Reform Act (2002), applicants who do not hold or acquire Developed Vetting (DV) clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post.
Confidentiality Agreement
Applicants should also be aware of the need to sign a confidentiality agreement on taking up the post. 
Additional Information:
Accommodation may be provided subject to prior consultation or excess travel may be met subject to prior consultation.

​Closing dateFriday, 4 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancy

Intelligence Analyst

​Force and location

Secondment: Two years (London)

​Description

Counter Terrorism Policing Operations Centre

National Prisons Intelligence Coordination Centre (NPICC)
Counter Terrorism Policing leads on counter-terrorism and related issues through, among other activities, the development of police service policy and strategy in respect of relevant counter terrorism, domestic extremism and other policing themes.

Band D (£25,526 - £28,369) + Shift Disturbance Allowance 12.5%

​Contact email

For an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
For further information regarding the roles please contact Sarah Wagner Sarah.J.Wagner@met.pnn.police.uk  
Completed applications must be returned to CTPHQ Recruitment, PO BOX 57192, London, SW6 1SF.
 Applicants should send an electronic copy to CTPHQ HR recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  but a hard copy of your application form including wet signatures must be forwarded to the above address.
All appointments are subject to the post holder satisfying the highest levels of security clearance at the time of appointment and for the duration of the secondment agreement. Failure to achieve such clearance or removal of such clearance will result in termination of the secondment agreement and the post holder will be returned to force. This does not affect your statutory right.

​Contact telephone
​Further information

NPICC is responsible for the coordination of prison intelligence relating to both CT and OC whilst identifying threats, risks and vulnerabilities. NPICC works closely with partner agencies including MI5, NCA, NOMS, HOIE and HMRC.
Some key responsibilities involve:
· The production of analytical products utilising a range of specialist techniques to drive the prison network’s response to threat, risk and vulnerability
· The identification of intelligence gaps and development of recommendations based on consultation with experts and stakeholders;
· Presenting and disseminating analytical findings both written and orally
 Vetting and STRAP
This post will require you to hold National Security Vetting (NSV) at Developed Vetting (DV).
 The post requires access to the most sensitive intelligence material on a daily basis. Applicants must hold or be prepared to undergo Developed Vetting (DV) before taking up the post. Additionally, this material is of particular sensitivity to the UK and its distribution must be restricted to UK nationals. In approved circumstances dual nationals (of which one element is British) may also be granted access. However, in the event that potential conflicts of interest cannot be managed the post holder will not be able to see the intelligence material and will not be able to perform their duties. For the purpose of safeguarding national security and in line with Cabinet Office Policy, supported by Section 82(2) to (4) of the Police Reform Act (2002), applicants who do not hold or acquire Developed Vetting (DV) clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post.

Confidentiality Agreement
Applicants should also be aware of the need to sign a confidentiality agreement on taking up the post. 

Additional Information:
Accommodation may be provided subject to prior consultation or excess travel may be met subject to prior consultation.

​Closing dateFriday, 4 August 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Chief Inspector - Regional Protect, Prepare and Senior Ports Lead
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police - Ref: MC87
​DescriptionWe are looking for a DCI who will be responsible for the leadership, development and co-ordination of all NECTU Regional CTSA Supervisors and Regional Ports Management, ensuring efficient operational activity, tasking and performance in the delivery of CT protective security and CT awareness to Crowded Places, Hazardous sites and substances and Critical National Infrastructure as well as Ports across the North East CTU Region.
​Contact email hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police
​Closing dateMonday 31 July 2017 at, 16:00 hours

 

Rank or role of vacancyContinuing Airworthiness Engineer
​Force and locationNational Police Air Service. Ref XP113
​DescriptionSalary £46,422 - £49,554. As a member of the NPAS you will help provide the technical expertise to support the continuing airworthiness management of a mixed fleet of aeroplanes and helicopters based across England and Wales.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 31 July 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyNPAS Flight Despatcher
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield. Ref: XP112
​DescriptionSalary £19,521 - £21,618 plus shift allowance. NPAS is the national provider of air support to the Police Forces of England and Wales with West Yorkshire Police being the lead Force. As part of its commitment to delivering the National Police Air Service, West Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit two Flight Despatchers within our Operations Centre.
​Contact email hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 31 July 2017 at 16:00hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyProtect Delivery Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Home working. Ref RC83
​DescriptionSalary £24,813 - £26,535. Temporary Post. We are looking to recruit Protect Delivery Officers’ working with Forces across the Yorkshire and Humber Region to develop and deliver cybercrime awareness. You will work in partnership with law enforcement, academia and private industry, providing current expertise and knowledge to educate and mitigate cyber threats in the public and private arena. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing dateMonday, 31 July 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDistrict Control Hub Operator
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Various locations. Ref WXY20
​DescriptionSalary £19,521 - £21,618 (Plus enhancements). We are looking to recruit qualified District Control Hub Operators to be based at various Districts across the Force area. As a District Control Hub Operator, you will receive record and communicate information regarding incidents. You will control and dispatch police resources to emergency and priority graded incidents and other non-emergency reports.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222 
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date Monday, 31 July 2017 at 16:00hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDI Investigations (SEROCU)
​Force and locationThames Valley Police – South East Region
​DescriptionApplications are invited from substantive Detective Inspectors or those seeking promotion to Inspector and as such can be conducted as a promotion board. Detective Inspector Investigation posts are located in the various ROCU hubs across the relevant capabilities – investigation syndicates, criminal finance capabilities, cyber pursue capability. The ROCU takes the approach of advertising for a Detective Inspector Investigations post at the time of a vacancy arising and there is an expectation that the successful candidate will then be posted to that vacant role. However, at an appropriate time and in consultation with individuals, the ROCU will support a move to other ROCU DI posts to enhance the development of that individual officer or to address a business need (within geographical reason). The current vacancy lies in the Horsham Investigations syndicate.

You will be the SIO for the management of organised crime investigations utilising appropriate resources, ethically and within agreed protocols and procedures. You will principally be focussed on the South East region but also nationally, as required.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk 
​Contact telephoneDCI Simon Steel on 07779030596
​Further informationJob Ref: 13503.Please visit our Thames Valley Police website and apply
Thames Valley Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 30 July 2017

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Constable & Detective Constable Transferees
​Force and locationBritish Transport Police, National
​DescriptionWe are now accepting applications from officers serving in Home Office forces to transfer or re-join into British Transport Police.
BTP police and protect 10,000 miles of track and 3,000 railway stations every day - a network that is at the heart of Britain's community, commerce and industry. Join us and you’ll be providing specialist policing to a unique community in a unique environment, dealing with rewarding challenges that you won’t find in any other Force.
​Contact emailRecruitmentTeam@btp.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone0121 634 5630 (Option 1)
​Further informationBritish Transport Police
​Closing dateMonday, 31 July 2017 at 14:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital First Case File Information Project Lead, NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio
Inspector or Police Staff Equivalent
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionSecondment opportunity for a police / criminal justice professional to lead on driving and shaping the strategic direction of the Digital First Case File Information (CFI) Project.

To work with the Digital First Senior Management Team (SMT) to:-
Create a coherent strategy for the CFI Project, ensuring the project objectives and outcomes are fully aligned to the overarching strategies for Digital First.
Design and implement the appropriate work packages for the project.
Direction of resources contributing to the CFI project.
Identify and jointly manage the interaction/interdependencies between the Digital First projects and those of the wider NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio and also for the CFI project between police and other agencies.
Work with model implementation forces at early stage roll-out and develop blue prints to accommodate local force integration requirements nationwide.
Reporting on progress, identification and escalation where appropriate, of issues or risks to delivery.
Help develop a coherent and unified narrative for policing about the vision for digital change in the criminal justice system and the benefits, specifically in relation to CFI.
Ensure successful delivery of the CFI project to time and to cost.

Development of communication plans and strategies
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact Victoria.apps@sussex.pnn.police.uk  
Applications will be required as a letter of interest.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is on secondment for a period of 12 months (length of secondment will be reviewed after 6 months) and is based in London although UK travel will be required. A degree of flexible working is also possible. Travel costs will be covered for the period of the secondment.
​Closing dateFriday, 28 July 2017 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyAudio Technical Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref RS174
​DescriptionSalary - £24,813 - £26,535. We need you to provide an effective and efficient specialist support to YatH Scientific Support Services Imaging Unit in relation to audio enhancing and editing, ensuring a high technical standard to aid in the investigation and detection of crime.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police
​Closing date Monday, 24 July 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyProtect Delivery Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Home working. Ref RC79
​DescriptionSalary £24,813 - £26,535. Temporary Post. We are looking to recruit Protect Delivery Officers’ working with Forces across the Yorkshire and Humber Region to develop and deliver cybercrime awareness. You will work in partnership with law enforcement, academia and private industry, providing current expertise and knowledge to educate and mitigate cyber threats in the public and private arena.
​Contact email hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police
​Closing dateMonday, 24 July 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancySenior Coroner’s Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Bradford. Ref XC848
​DescriptionSalary £27,519 - £29,307. West Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a Senior Coroner’s Officer to lead the day-to-day operations of the Coroner’s officers. You will ensure that they and the department set and maintain high standards of performance that comply with current policy and legislation. You will provide the interface between the Force and HM Coroner.
​Contact email
​Contact telephone HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police
​Closing date Monday, 24 July 2017 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Chief Inspector – Protect & Prepare
​Force and locationNear M4, Junction 12 or Near Gatwick
South East Counter Terrorism Unit (SECTU)
​DescriptionFor the purposes of safeguarding national security, applicants who do not hold or acquire appropriate security clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post. This post is therefore restricted to UK nationals.

Applicants are invited from substantive Detective Chief Inspectors and from substantive Detective Inspectors for the role of Detective Chief Inspector – Protect & Prepare. Substantive Detective Chief Inspectors will have priority.
You will work as part of the Senior Leadership Team in CTP, SE, to create the environment that enables all our staff to work together to keep people safe; developing, implementing and co-ordinating the Counter Terrorism Protect and Prepare CT/DE Strategy for the South East region.
​Contact emailFor further information: RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839  quoting 13460
​Further information

To apply, please go to Thames Valley Police website

​Closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Sergeant – Prison Intelligence
​Force and locationNear Gatwick
Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionFor the purposes of safeguarding national security, applicants who do not hold or acquire appropriate security clearance and meet the nationality requirements cannot be offered the post. This post is therefore restricted to UK nationals.

Applications are invited from substantive Detective Constables seeking promotion (and passed the Sergeants exam) to a Detective Sergeant. The interviews will be conducted as a promotion board.

You will work with the South East Regional Prison Intelligence Team (SERPIT) and working in partnership to identify and disrupt extremism and serious and organised crime within the South East Prison Estate.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationFor further information please email RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk  or telephone 01865 555839 quoting 13487.
​Closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancyAssistant Chief Constable
​Force and locationDorset Police. HQ Winfrith
​DescriptionApplications are invited from experienced senior police officers accredited in or working towards accreditation in Gold/strategic command in both Public Order and Firearms for the post of Assistant Chief Constable to undertake a demanding portfolio which includes responsibility for Territorial Policing and Crime and Criminal Justice within Dorset.

Dorset Police website
​Contact emailTransferee-Recruitment@dorset.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01202 223794
​Further informationStaff Officer Inspector Claire Phillips on 01202 223717 or email Claire.phillips@dorset.pnn.police.uk
​Closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancyInspector to Chief Inspector Promotion
​Force and locationThames Valley Police - Force wide
​DescriptionPROMOTION SELECTION BOARDS – INSPECTOR TO CHIEF INSPECTOR
Applications are invited from substantive Inspectors who wish to apply for promotion to the rank of Chief Inspector and Chief Inspectors seeking level transfer to fill a number of vacancies throughout Thames Valley Police.
The successful candidates will be promoted into a pool to ensure sufficient resources for current and anticipated vacancies over the forthcoming 12 months.

To apply, please follow this link and download the attached forms and submit via email to Promotions@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
Promotion application and guidance notes are attached. Please read through this carefully and make a note of the key dates.
The application must include a copy of your most recent full 12 month PDR which should have been rated and closed by your determining officer. You must also include a copy of your CPD and previous feedback if you have been unsuccessful at a previous application or board and also your Operational Portfolio if you have completed one.

Applications will be shortlisted by a central panel of assessors by 18 August 2017. Successful candidates at the shortlisting stage will be asked to attend a board which will include a 10 minute presentation, the topic of which will be provided on the day. These will be held from 1 September onwards.
Closing date for receipt of eligible and supported applications is 12 noon on 21 of July 2017.

Applicants are reminded that they are applying for promotion within Thames Valley and a degree of flexibility is expected in terms of postings.
​Contact email

​Contact telephone 01865 845587
​Further information Thames Valley Police website
​Closing date Friday, 21 July 2017 at 12 (noon)

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Constable
​Force and locationSouth Wales Police, Police Headquarters, Bridgend
​DescriptionThe Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales, Alun Michael, is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and experienced senior officer to work with him and to lead the Chief Officer team to deliver the vision set out in the Police and Crime Reduction Plan and to be the best at understanding and responding to our communities needs.
​Contact emailcommissioner@south-wales.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01656 869366
​Further informationCerith Thomas, Chief of Staff
Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales
​Closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancyInvestigative Transferees
​Force and locationAvon and Somerset Constabulary, Portishead, Bristol
​DescriptionWe currently have ongoing recruitment for Investigative Officers. Bristol is the 8th largest city in the UK and is a lively, diverse and rapidly expanding city; Somerset is a beautiful county and 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 which combines to provide different and challenging policing.

Come and work for us and you could be working on the coast, in the country or in a vibrant city or town centre such as Bristol, Wells, Bath or Taunton.
​Contact emailpoliceofficerrecruitment@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 dateOpen Ended

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee’s/ Re-joiners – PC and DC
​Force and locationThames 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 emailTransferee’s@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 845587
​Further informationThames Valley Police website
​Closing date

 

Rank or role of vacancyArmed Response Unit Constable and Firearms Instructor (Constable) – Transfer Opportunity
​Force and locationDerbyshire 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 informationDerbyshire & Leicestershire Shared HR services website
​Closing dateN/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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