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

We police areas of East Yorkshire, Hull and North/North East Lincolnshire and home to coast, countryside and city.

As well as recruiting transferees for our uniformed functions, we are seeking applications from Officers in specialist roles and Detectives.

We are particularly interested in receiving applications from Police Constables and Sergeants to work in our Firearms Unit and Roads Policing Unit.
​Contact email policerecruit@humberside.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Services 0114 2197000
​Further information Humberside Police website

For further information regarding our firearms opportunities contact Chief Inspector Mark Bishop on 07811 688863 and for further information regarding our roads policing opportunities contact Inspector Tony Tinsley on 07464 649526.
​Closing date Monday, 31 December 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

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 vacancy Volunteer Police Cadet
​Force and location Nottinghamshire Police, Various locations
​DescriptionPlease see the Nottinghamshire Police website
​Contact email Mfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationPlease contact Nottinghamshire Police retained HR
​Closing date Wednesday, 28 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Constable
​Force and locationNorthumbria Police
​DescriptionThe Police and Crime Commissioner is looking to appoint a Chief Constable who has the strategic vision and enthusiasm to lead a top performing force and shape its future direction. Strong, visibly passionate about serving the communities of Northumbria and with the drive and enthusiasm to deliver high levels of performance, you will be a progressive individual, determined to bring new ideas and fresh thinking. You will enhance local service delivery through effective and transparent leadership. You will have the necessary gravitas to lead and inspire a large, multi-disciplinary 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 informationThe full advert can be found on the Northumbria Police website 
​Closing dateThursday, 15 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyChemical, Biological, Radiological And Explosives Protect Detective Inspector
​Force and locationWestminster, London
​DescriptionWorking at the Home Office

The post sits within the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive, Science and Technology (CBRNE S&T) Unit in the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT). OSCT supports the Home Secretary and other Ministers in the development, direction, implementation and governance of the UK’s strategies for countering terrorism (CONTEST) and relentlessly disrupting organised crime.

The CBRNE S&T Unit is responsible for leading cross Government work to counter the CBRNE terrorist threat and improve the UK’s ability to protect against, and respond to CBRNE attacks. The unit also leads on harnessing cross-Government science and technology (S&T) to support OSCT policy leads in delivering CONTEST and Serious Organised Crime objectives.
​Contact emailanne-marie.fry9@homeoffice.x.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneAnne-Marie Fry on 020 7035 0896
​Further informationFor more information about this opportunity and to get the application pack please contact Anne-Marie Fry 
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyMechanical Engineer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, VB64
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is seeking to appoint an experienced Mechanical Engineer to join their Estates Department.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record on mechanical engineering matters including legislative compliance, best practice and specification development, design and contractor management. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyProject and Change Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, VB63
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is seeking to appoint a competent Project and Change Manager to join their Estates Department.

Duties of this role will involve the development and delivery of minor and major construction and change projects from inception through to completion.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyEstates Facilities Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, VB62
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is seeking to appoint an experienced Facilities Manager to join their Estates Department.

The successful applicant will manage the Department’s Facilities Team and have proven experience managing a range of facilities contracts and contractors to provide an efficient facilities management service including planned and reactive maintenance. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyClerk of Works Construction
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, VB60
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is seeking to appoint an experienced Construction Clerk of Works to join their Estates Department.

This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with the abilities to provide an in-house clerk of works service across building, construction and reactive and planned maintenance works, whilst assisting the wider department in the delivery of both projects and facilities management.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyAsset Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, VB59
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is seeking to appoint a competent Asset Manager to join their Estates Department.

This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with the abilities to provide a professional asset management service across a diverse operational estate.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyBuilding Information Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, VB58
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is seeking to appoint a Building Information Manager to join their Estates Department.

This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with proven experience of database management in a Facilities and/or Estates environment.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 12 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDeputy Head of Unit - National Police Coordination Centre - Superintendent
​Force and locationNPoCC – Westminster, London
​DescriptionThe post holder will provide visible leadership to NPoCC as Deputy Head of Unit, ensuring effective delivery of NPoCC’s functions. The effective coordination and connectivity of activity against identified threat areas, achievement against NPoCC delivery plan objectives, attendance at business area national meetings and liaison with key partner organisations and stakeholders are essential ingredients contributing towards a varied, fulfilling and challenging national role.  
​Contact emailIsabelle.field.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationOccasional national travel is expected. Expenses will be paid for all additional travel. London weighting and Central Service Allowance is paid to police officers on secondment.

This post is open to substantive Superintendents however applications will also be considered from Chief Inspectors who are ready to take the step up and who have the support of their Chief Officer team for temporary promotion.

Accreditation in public order command, firearms command or as an SIO will be advantageous.

For an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateFriday, 9 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyAssistant Chief Officer (Resources)
​Force and locationHumberside Police HQ, Priory Road, Hull
​DescriptionSALARY - £97,563 - £ 110,148 + Car Allowance

(Relocation available if required)

We are looking for an Assistant Chief Officer to be a part of our new Chief Officer team, who will lead and inspire the workforce, provide strategic leadership, have a performance management focus and be a role model for staff regarding diversity and equality. You will inspire creativity in your staff, have a track record of innovation, embrace new ideas and help us continue to develop a culture where our communities and staff feel valued, listened to and empowered.

Reporting directly to the Chief Constable, you will drive the strategic direction of the Force as a key member of the Chief Officer Group, promoting our values and behaviours in line with police service expectations, championing organisational change, delivering improved results and increasing efficiency.  
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephoneFor an informal discussion about this post, please contact Sarah Wilson, Head of HR on 01482 578314.
​Further informationShortlisting of applications – Friday, 9 February 2018
Interviews/Selection Process – 22 & 23 February 2018
Familiarisation event for shortlisted candidates – w/c 12 February 2018

To request an application pack please contact:
recruiting@humberside.pnn.police.uk   
​Closing dateFriday, 9 February 2018 at 12:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDeputy Chief Constable East Midlands Region
​Force and locationEast Midlands Special Operations Unit
​DescriptionThe East Midlands Special Operations Unit is recognised nationally for
leading the way in respect of collaborative working and has grown to
where there are now nearly 1,500 officers and staff working across
counter terrorism, serious and organised crime, specialist and covert
intelligence, major crime and forensics investigation.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced senior
police officers who will lead by example and have the personal
resilience to cope with the complex and competing demands of
working across five police forces. You must be able to evidence a
depth of experience of strategic command of critical incidents.

As Deputy Chief Constable you will have the drive and enthusiasm to
deliver high levels of performance and be confident at operating within
a complex political and stakeholder driven environment. You will be pivotal in delivering change and facilitating a culture of
inclusiveness and empowerment at all levels within the organisation. It
is anticipated that there will be increased capabilities and functionality
within EMSOU in the coming years, including the potential to lead
non-crime services such as Criminal Justice, Specialist Operations
and Legal Services. This is an exciting opportunity to inform and
shape future collaborative working across the East Midlands.

Applicants must have passed the Strategic Command Course, hold
the rank of at least ACC or Commander and be able to demonstrate a
breadth of operational leadership experience as well as experience of
leading complex enquiries.
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephoneStephanie Watts Head of Workforce Planning 0300 122 4964
​Further informationApplication packs can be obtained from the Derbyshire Constabulary website  
​Closing dateThursday, 8 February 2018 at 09:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyNational Barrier Asset Coordinator - Police Sergeant
​Force and locationNCTPHQ
​DescriptionCoordinating the deployment of the National Barrier Assets (NBA) on behalf of the Home Office and the National Counter Terrorism Policing HQ, (NCTPHQ) Protect and Prepare. This includes; initial site survey for prospective events / venues; advising on the suitability of NBA deployment to minimise, mitigate and manage risk.

Quality assure all NBA deployments for compliance with the contract, method statement and risk assessment.

Assist with post deployment debriefs with the NBA contractor and the requiring authority, to identify lessons learnt or identified, to improve future deployments.
​Contact emailIsabelle.field.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationFor an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateMonday, 5 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyCommunications Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield. Ref: YS141
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a job share Communications Officer to join the Corporate Communication Unit based at Headquarters, Wakefield.
In this role, you will support the Principal Communications Officer in delivering the Departmental Plan. We need you to support operational policing activity and increase public confidence and satisfaction through internal and external communications across all available channels.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 5 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyCommercial Category Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield. Ref: YF220
​DescriptionThis is an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to take up this new and challenging position as we embark on the implementation of a restructured Finance & Commercial function.

As an integral part of the Finance and Commercial Services team, you will be responsible for developing and managing contract strategies that support the aims of West Yorkshire Police.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 5 February 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHead of Analysis - Grade E
​Force and locationHampshire Constabulary based in Winchester
​DescriptionAs Head of Analysis; you will be an integral member of the senior leadership team in our Intelligence, Tasking and Development command where you will lead on the departmental strategy and set the direction for the Analysis Department. Acting as the senior professional advisor to the force, you will advise and influence Force Senior Leaders to ensure strategic analysis drives the force’s decision making.

You will be accountable for leading a large team of staff who strive to deliver high quality insight and recommendations on a variety of day to day operational issues as well as medium to long term challenges and threats the Force and our communities face. 
​Contact emailPolice.recruitment@hants.gov.uk
​Contact telephone01962 846438
​Further informationTo apply, please see the Hampshire Constabulary website to access the application and for further information.

Interviews are expected to take place on 7 and 8 March 2018. 
​Closing dateSunday, 4 February 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyOperational Response Manager - Grade G
​Force and locationHampshire Constabulary based in Southampton, Portsmouth or Basingstoke
​DescriptionWorking within the Analysis team, the Operational Response Manager is responsible for the delivery of high quality analytical products that enable to Force to improve performance and meet the operational challenges facing it on a day-to-day basis. Leading a team of analysts and researchers based at various sites across the Force area, you will provide direction and ensure your staff are developed and able to produce the actionable insight required by the force.

You will provide a range of services including supporting tasking meetings, investigations, operations and the proactive development of intelligence.

You will build and maintain excellent relationships with District Commanders, Senior Investigators, other Force leads and with partner agencies.
​Contact emailPolice.recruitment@hants.gov.uk
​Contact telephone01962 846438
​Further informationTo apply, please see the Hampshire Constabulary website to access the application and for further information.

Interviews are expected to take place on 7 or 8 March 2018.
​Closing dateSunday, 4 February 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDetective Constable - Forensic Management Team
​Force and locationJunction 12, M4 - Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionApplications are invited from Detective Constables for the post of DC Forensics, as part of the Forensics team within Counter Terrorism Policing South East (CTP SE). You will implement forensic strategies to service the needs of highly sensitive, covert and overt Counter Terrorism (CT) operations. You will manage covert and overt exhibits in support of CTP SE investigations.

You will have proven investigative experience relating to major / serious and organised crime, including working within a Major Incident Room/HOLMES environment. You will also have experience of terrorist investigations and involvement in crime scene management of terrorist related matters.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationThames Valley Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 4 February 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Constable/Detective Constable – Digital Tactical Advisor
​Force and locationJunction 12, M4 (Likely to move to Hampshire March 2018) , Thames Valley Police
​DescriptionApplications are invited from substantive Constables or Detective Constables for the post of PC/DC Digital Tactical Advisor within the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU).

You will provide tactical digital advice and expertise for ROCU capabilities, working with, operations, intelligence development and investigations. You will support, review and advise officers and staff of intelligence and evidential opportunities maximising conventional, proactive, overt/covert and emerging digital tactics.

You will have experience working in the cyber and digital environment and knowledge of the practical challenges this presents. You will have previous IT experience working with computers, the ability to work under pressure and excellent communication skills.
​Contact emailRecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01865 555839
​Further informationThames Valley Police website
​Closing dateSunday, 4 February 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Officers
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police are currently able to invite applications from experienced police constables, including officers in specialist roles, and substantive Sergeants and Inspectors wishing to undertake a level transfer to West Yorkshire Police.

We have immediate opportunities for constables to directly transfer into a number of specialisms. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateSunday, 4 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Officers - Detective Constables
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police are looking for experienced Detective Constables to join us. As an experienced Detective we value the skills and experience you bring to us, and in return we can offer you a posting to your preferred specialism and/or location. We are looking for high performing and committed Investigators with a passion for policing and an excellent attendance record.  
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateSunday, 4 February 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyCompliance Auditor
​Force and locationLeicestershire Police, Wigston Police Station
​DescriptionTo support and undertake the Force Audit Strategies including completion of audits within a planned audit programme across Force systems (manual and computerised), to determine compliance with national and in force requirements and to relevant legislation.
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationScale 5:- £21,999 - £24,030

Please see the Shared HR Service Centre for Derbyshire & Leicestershire website for further information.
​Closing dateFriday, 2 February 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Superintendent - Local Policing
​Force and locationWest Mercia Police - Telford and Shropshire
​DescriptionWest Mercia Police are looking for an energetic, innovative, dedicated and committed professional to work in a diverse and challenging environment to ensure successful delivery of their 2020 Vision.

West Mercia Police continue to make significant investments in technology e.g. Mobile Data, Body Worn Video, Athena, SAAB Safe, and are developing a new operational policing model. This role will present an exciting opportunity to realise the benefits and efficiencies of these changes.
​Contact emailpolicerecruitment@westmercia.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone01905 331433
​Further informationWest Mercia Police website

Applications are welcome from experienced substantive Superintendents or Chief Superintendents wishing to transfer. 
​Closing dateThursday, 1 February 2018 at 12:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyP58 - Promotion Process Chief Inspector
​Force and locationCumbria Constabulary
​DescriptionApplications are invited from candidates who are ready to be promoted to the role of Chief Inspector. This is an external process for uniform and detective vacancies arising during the next 12 months.

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

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

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

We offer an environment, second to none, in which to live and work. 
​Contact emailFor more detail and an application form visit the Cumbria Constabulary website
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationN/A 
​Closing dateThursday, 1 February 2018 at 09:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyHMICFRS Assistant Portfolio Director in Joint Criminal Justice Team
​Force and locationGlobe House, 89 Eccleston Square, London SW1V 1PN
​DescriptionReporting to the Deputy Portfolio Director for Criminal Justice Joint Inspections, the Assistant Portfolio Director will have a wide and varied role, working on policing issues of significant public, political and media interest.

Current inspections in the Joint Criminal Justice Team include assessments of the police response to child abuse; domestic abuse evidence led prosecutions; mental health and policing; police custody; hate crime; vulnerable older people, and stalking and harassment. With colleagues across other Inspectorates and organisations the Assistant Portfolio Director will be required to design and produce high quality joint inspections and reports.
​Contact emailRichard.jolley@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationFor further information please contact Richard.jolley@hmic.gsi.gov.uk
​Closing dateWednesday, 31 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancySergeant
​Force and locationGwent Police
​DescriptionThis is an excellent opportunity for current serving Sergeants to join a committed and forward thinking leadership team in protecting and reassuring the communities of Gwent. We are looking for exceptional leaders that can strategically lead teams to improve performance and public confidence within the communities of Gwent Police.

Applicants are sought from other Home Office Forces and must be substantive Sergeants. All applicants will be required to demonstrate competency at their current rank through production of their most recent PDR. 
​Contact emailcentralrecruitment@gwent.pnn.police
​Contact telephone01633 642135
​Further informationPlease visit the Gwent Police website to access the application form and the Competency and Values Framework.

All completed application forms should be emailed to: centralrecruitment@gwent.pnn.police.uk
​Closing dateWednesday, 31 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Officers –Detective Constable
​Force and locationDerbyshire Constabulary
​DescriptionWe have an opportunity open for Detective Constable Transferees. The closing date for this campaign is 5pm on January, Wednesday 31, 2018. This date is subject to change and will be reviewed based on the number of applications received.

We want to increase the numbers of experienced detectives in our area-based CID hubs, dealing with a full range of crime investigation. For officers with appropriate experience, we also have vacancies available in Public Protection. We can provide you with career opportunities to join our renowned regional unit (the East Midlands Special Operations Unit) dealing with Major Crime, Serious and Organised Crime and Counter-Terrorism across five forces. We are investing in our response to online abuse, high tech crime, foreign national offending and historic child sex abuse and there will be future opportunities in these areas too.
Derbyshire is a predominantly rural area which includes large parts of the Peak District National Park, offering opportunities for an outdoor lifestyle and an enhanced quality of life. However, we also have vibrant urban centres in the city of Derby and the town of Chesterfield and our central location, with excellent transport links and trains taking you to London in 90 minutes, suits those who also enjoy the city life or like to escape and travel on their rest days.
Derbyshire Constabulary has recently been assessed as “good” across all areas by HMIC, with our report stating “the force provides a good service in identifying and responding to the needs of vulnerable people, including victims of domestic abuse. It continues to improve the quality of crime investigations. I have been particularly impressed by the force’s outstanding work on disrupting the activity of organised crime groups.”
We have responded well to the financial pressures of recent years and our current restructuring will enable us to develop and improve further.

If you are an accredited Detective Constable, with skills and experience in managing a range of complex investigations, we would love to hear from you. Please check the website Derbyshire Police for more information.
​Contact emailRecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneShared HRSC Service Centre  0300 122 8900
​Further information Derbyshire Police
​Closing dateWednesday, 31 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs. Subject to review.

 

Rank or role of vacancyTransferee Police Officers – Constable
​Force and locationDerbyshire Constabulary
​DescriptionOfficers applying for this role must have current or recent operational experience. We're looking for experienced serving police constables who have a passion for serving the communities of Derbyshire.
Applicants must have passed their probationary period, have a full driving licence; be able to pass the necessary vetting and occupational health checks; pass the basic fitness test - shuttle run (bleep test) to level 5.4 or above; have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
As well as applications from officers currently serving in Home Office forces, we are able to consider applications from serving officers with a non-Home Office force through shortlisting and to interview in the first instance. At that stage, if successful at interview, we will carefully consider the officer’s training record and what additional training would be required on appointment. We will also take into account if we are able to provide the required training.
Based on the officer’s training record we will also need to consider what roles are available to the applicant and cannot, at the early stages of the application, guarantee that an offer will be made or that an offer will be made within a specific timeframe. This will depend on the training etc. of the individual applicant.
Derbyshire is a predominantly rural area which includes large parts of the Peak District National Park, offering opportunities for an outdoor lifestyle and an enhanced quality of life. However, we also have vibrant urban centres in the city of Derby and town of Chesterfield and our central location, with excellent transport links and trains taking you to London in 90 minutes, suits those who also enjoy the city life or like to escape and travel on their rest days.
Derbyshire Constabulary has recently been assessed as “good” across all areas by HMIC, with our report stating “the force provides a good service in identifying and responding to the needs of vulnerable people, including victims of domestic abuse. I have been particularly impressed by the force’s outstanding work on disrupting the activity of organised crime groups.” We have responded well to the financial pressures of recent years and our current restructuring will enable us to develop and improve further.
In November 2016, we restructured our front-line policing services. A number of dedicated response teams (six across the county) will focus on responding to immediate and priority incidents, allowing other officers more time to provide a quality follow-up and investigation service to our residents and victims. To ensure development of all officers, there will be opportunities to rotate between response, investigation and neighbourhood policing roles.
​Contact emailRecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneShared HRSC Service Centre 0300 122 8900
​Further information Derbyshire Police
​Closing dateWednesday, 31 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs. Subject to review

 

Rank or role of vacancySenior Policy Adviser Band C – UK Based
​Force and locationNCTPHQ
​DescriptionThe international Protect & Prepare team is a programme that is funded to develop and support overseas capability and capacity building in CT Protective security and CT Preparedness. The Joint Overseas Protect and Prepare Board (JOPP) defines the priority countries which are the primary focus of this work. The International team consists of overseas permanently deployed individuals and a UK based team, some of who will travel out to assist in delivering the products developed by the International P&P team.

As well as the key tasks outlined below, you will work to support the Overseas International Protect & Prepare permanently deployed individuals whose aim is to coordinate the delivery of Protect and Prepare capability and capacity building overseas. You will achieve this through the design and delivery of a range of Protect and Prepare products and activities for delivery with local agencies and key stakeholders in country.

You will manage several projects simultaneously and liaise with the Foreign Commonwealth Office, Home Office as well as other partner agencies to define and develop the varied requirements for each of the countries under your responsibility. 
​Contact emailIsabelle.field.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationPlease see the Counter Terrorism Policing website for more information.

For an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk  
​Closing dateTuesday, 30 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyChildren's Board Independent Chair
​Force and locationWest Sussex - Countywide
​DescriptionWest Sussex Safeguarding Children Board (WSSCB) is seeking to appoint an Independent Chair to drive our partnership forward and hold partners to account for their work in improving outcomes for children, young people and their families. The WSSCB is committed to ensuring a united approach to safeguarding and improving the wellbeing of children across the county.

As WSSCB Independent Chair you will provide strategic leadership and vision to the Board. You will have excellent communication and influencing skills; significant experience of chairing complex professional meetings, ensuring participation and focused decision-making; substantial experience of working within children’s services, public sector or voluntary sector at a senior and strategic level; a strong history of motivating others to deliver improvements; and a demonstrable commitment to learning and improvement.

It is anticipated that the role will require up to two days a month longer term, but more frequently in the first three months for induction, at a daily rate of £500.
​Contact emailvalerie.king@westsussex.gov.uk
​Contact telephone03302 225150
​Further informationTo apply please see the West Sussex County Council website

Please submit a covering letter outlining your interest in the role and how you meet the requirements, plus a copy of your CV.

For informal enquiries please contact Jonathan Brydon, Head of Safeguarding on External Tel: 033022 24838, Mobile: 07715 603737, E-mail: Jonathan.Brydon@westsussex.gov.uk.
​Closing dateTuesday, 30 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyIntelligence Analyst
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Normanton, Wakefield. Ref. XC879
​DescriptionSalary £21,999 - £26,535.

We are looking to recruit an Intelligence Analyst to join Protective Services Crime in the Analytical Team based at Wakefield DHQ, Normanton. In this role you will provide an efficient analytical service to meet the needs of the District, identifying and using the most appropriate analytical products and techniques, enabling management to make informed operational decisions.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyRegistry and Strategy Assistant
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref. YS142
​DescriptionSalary £17,943 - £19,125 (pro rata).

18.5 hours per week. You will provide support to the Force Registry Officer in regards to the identification, circulation and management of key documents on Registry SharePoint. We also need you to provide support to the wider Strategy Unit in regards to planning, policy and organisational learning.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancySecretary
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Leeds. Ref: YF221
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a Secretary to join our Finance & Business Support Department based at Elland Road Police Station in Leeds.
In this role you will provide a comprehensive secretarial and administrative support to senior personnel and work closely with colleagues to 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, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyForensic Examiner
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Calder Park, Wakefield. Ref: RS202
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Scientific Support Services is looking to recruit a job share Forensic Examiner to be based at Calder Park, Wakefield.

We need you to locate, record and recover forensic material in line with investigative requirements, ensuring integrity and continuity of items by correct handling, storage and documentation. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyLeadership and Management Trainer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Carr Gate, Wakefield. Ref: XA413
​DescriptionWe are currently recruiting for a Leadership and Management Trainer within the Professional Development Department based at Carr Gate, Wakefield.

In this exciting role you will identify, design, prepare, deliver and evaluate leadership and management development interventions for police officers and staff of varying ranks and grades in accordance with West Yorkshire Polices Learning & Development strategy.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Forensic Investigator
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref. XC878
​DescriptionSalary £27,519 - £29,307.

You will be responsible for all levels of complex intelligence led digital investigations relating to serious crime including Child Sexual Exploitation, Modern day Slavery, Fraud and Firearms offences, providing evidence acceptable to the court.

This role also provides vital national business administration support to all UK Police Forces in respect of the child abuse image database.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyRegional Sample Reception Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Wakefield. Ref. RS200
​DescriptionSalary £17,943 - £19,122.

We need you to provide a comprehensive administrative support function in relation to forensic exhibits. You will interrogate and update information on a range of technical systems, including the Force crime recording systems, Socrates and Microsoft packages.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyMedical Records Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield. Ref: VH119
​DescriptionWe are looking to recruit a Medical Records Officer to join the Occupational Health Team based at Wakefield.

In this role you will manage an efficient and effective Medical Records Team in delivering a high quality of service to all Occupational Health customers. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyAdvanced Investigative Officer, Professional Standards, Wakefield
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police. Ref: YR25
​DescriptionThis is an excellent opportunity for an Advanced Investigative Support Officer to work as part of an investigative team to undertake directed enquiries and provide support in relation to serious and major crime investigations.

We are looking for someone who already has experience of working on investigation and intelligence cases, as well as a working knowledge of the appropriate legislation.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyChange Team Project Manager
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, YS140
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit a Change Team Project Manager to join the Change Delivery team within Corporate Services based in Wakefield.

In this key role, you will influence the future shape and structure of the organisation by leading, managing and co-ordinating projects professionally and effectively.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyCriminal Justice Advisor
​Force and locationOffice of the Police and Crime Commissioner. Wakefield. Ref. ZP80
​DescriptionSalary £42,492 - £45,435. 3 year Fixed Term Contract.

Your responsibilities include providing advice and support to the PCC in chairing the Local Criminal Justice Board and working better with partners to further develop a more connected, effective and efficient Criminal Justice system across West Yorkshire, delivering on the outcomes and priorities in the Police and Crime Plan.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 29 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Content Editor – 12 month Secondment
​Force and locationDerbyshire Constabulary, Based at Force HQ, Butterley Hall, Ripley Derbyshire DE5 3RS
​DescriptionThe Digital Content Editor role is centred on supporting the Digital Media Team during a period of transition, as it migrates to a new intranet system.
This migration period requires talented content producers and editors to not only transition old content into a new form factor, but also generating new content from scratch from varied and disparate sources.

The role suits someone with not just good written communication, but also strong verbal communication as the person will be involved with training users - of all abilities - to operate the new content management system.
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0300 1228900
​Further informationTo apply for this role please go to Derbyshire Police vacancies
​Closing dateFriday, 26 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Policing Portfolio - Communications Consultant
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionA position has become available within the Digital Policing Portfolio for the post of Communications Consultant. The post holder would provide support across the portfolio in the areas of communications and engagement.
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact morgan.cronin@sussex.pnn.police.uk or review the Sussex Police website

Applications will be required as a letter of interest. 
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is offered as a fixed term contract for a period of 24 months and is based in London although UK travel will be required. A degree of flexible working is also possible.

Pay Scale: £45,000 plus central service allowance
​Closing dateFriday, 26 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Policing Portfolio - Change & Communications Lead

Superintendent, including temporary promotion from Chief Inspector, or police staff equivalent (Sussex Police Grade M3/M4)
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionA position has become available within the Digital Policing Portfolio for the post of Communications and change lead. The post holder would support the program director by setting communications strategy for all three programmes within the portfolio. 
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact morgan.cronin@sussex.pnn.police.uk or review the Sussex Police website
 
Applications will be required as a letter of interest.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is on secondment for a period of 24 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, 26 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDII Change Work Stream Lead

Inspector, including temporary promotion from Sergeant, or police staff equivalent (Sussex Police Grade M2)
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionApplicants are sought for the newly created role of DII Change Work Stream Lead within the DPP.

The post holder will be responsible for the coordination of the Business Change and People, Skills and Knowledge work streams within the DII programme. This will involve input into the development of the next phase business case and the necessary change aspects of the programme in support of the National DII Target Operating Model (NDIITOM).  
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact morgan.cronin@sussex.pnn.police.uk or review the Sussex Police website

Applications will be required as a letter of interest.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is on secondment for a period of 24 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, 26 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Public Contact - Transition Manager, NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionPositions have become available to work on the National Digital Policing Portfolio within the Digital Public Contact programme within the role of Public Contact Transition Manager.

The post would suit someone within a policing background especially in the field of public contact, or digital change professional. The post holder would be responsible for managing police forces nationwide on-boarding (joining) the national Single Online Home for policing. They will support the Digital Public Contact Lead and team in their delivery of the overall Digital Public Contact programme objectives.
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact morgan.cronin@sussex.pnn.police.uk or review the Sussex Police website

Applications will be required as a letter of interest.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is offered as a fixed term contract for a period of 24 months and is based in London although UK travel will be required. A degree of flexible working is also possible.

Salary: £45,000 plus central service allowance 
​Closing dateFriday, 26 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital First - Strategic Support Officer, NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionA position has become available within the Digital Policing Portfolio for the post of Strategic Support Officer within the Digital First programme. The post holder would provide proactive strategic support and assistance to the Digital First & DETS Programme Lead and the team in their delivery of the overall Digital First & DETS programme objectives.
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact morgan.cronin@sussex.pnn.police.uk or review the Sussex Police website

Applications will be required as a letter of interest.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is for a fixed term contract of 12 months and is based in London although UK travel will be required. A degree of flexible working is also possible.

Salary: £45,000 plus central service allowance 
​Closing dateFriday, 26 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDigital Evidence Transfer Service (DETS) Project Lead, NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio
​Force and locationNPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, Victoria, London
​DescriptionAn exciting opportunity has arisen for a driven individual to join the Digital Policing Portfolio as the project lead for the Digital Evidence Transfer Service (DETS) project.

This role would suit someone with project evidence, ideally with a background in policing or criminal justice. The successful candidate would lead on driving and shaping the strategic direction of the DETS project, while supporting the Digital First Programme Lead and the team in their delivery of the overall Digital First & DETS programme objectives. 
​Contact emailFor full details of the role, please contact morgan.cronin@sussex.pnn.police.uk or review the Sussex Police website

Applications will be required as a letter of interest.
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationThis post is for a fixed term contract for a period of 12 months and is based in London although UK travel will be required. A degree of flexible working is also possible.

Salary: £45,000 plus central service allowance 
​Closing dateFriday, 26 January 2018 at 17:00 hrs

 

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

Applications are invited from all suitably qualified 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. In addition, we have a major strategic partnership with G4S for the delivery of many of our services; a position that still remains relatively unique within the police service.

You must be an innovative leader with a track record of change. 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.
​Contact emailResourcing@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone01522 558235
​Further informationApplication closes: 12 noon on 26 January 2018
Shortlisting of applications: w/c 29 January 2018
Force Familiarisation: 2 February 2018
Presentation and Interview: 7 February 2018

If you would like to either discuss the opportunity confidentially with Chief Constable Bill Skelly in more detail please contact Michaela Freeman at Michaela.freeman@lincs.pnn.police.uk and she 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, 26 January 2018 at 12:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyCrime Management Unit Administrator
​Force and locationDerbyshire Constabulary – Force HQ, Ripley, Derbyshire
​DescriptionThe purpose of the Crime Management Unit is to actively review all recorded crime data within Derbyshire to ensure its quality, accuracy and compliance with the Home Office Counting Rules for Recorded Crime / National Crime Recording standards.

The role is shift based with a requirement to provide cover between 07:00 & 18:00hrs, 7 Days per week.

Primarily the duties involve the processing of computerised crime records; checking the recorded data for quality and accuracy, making any necessary corrections and directing the report accordingly.
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationN/A 
​Closing dateThursday, 25 January 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyData Intelligence Developer (Casualty Reduction Enforcement Support Team)
​Force and locationDerbyshire Constabulary – Ripley Police Station
​DescriptionThe Casualty Reduction Enforcement Safety Team (CREST) comprises both Police Officers and Police Staff who are responsible for all aspects of speed camera enforcement, administration and process of traffic related offences as well as working with police & partner agencies on schemes and initiatives aimed at improving road safety thereby reducing the number of killed and serious injury (KSI) collisions on the roads.
​Contact emailrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0300 122 8900
​Further informationN/A 
​Closing dateThursday, 25 January 2018 at 23:55 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancy1708735: Police Staff - Digital Forensics Unit Compliance Manager - Force HQ
​Force and locationNorthamptonshire, Force HQ
​DescriptionThe role is to ensure that processes required for the Quality Management System (QMS) for Northamptonshire Police are established, implemented and maintained in adherence with ISO17025 and any other accredited and quality standards, providing a service which is consistent and fit for purpose for internal and external stakeholders and meets their specific requirements.
​Contact emailp1091@northants.pnn.police.uk – Harriet Spittles
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationNorthamptonshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 22 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyChief Inspector – level transfer or promotion
​Force and locationSurrey and Sussex Police Forces
​DescriptionWe are looking for high quality officers who are operationally credible and demonstrate dynamic leadership skills, bringing difference to the people you lead. You should be adaptable and innovative, encouraging diversity of thought and action, and able to motivate your staff in new and challenging environments.

You will be sensitive to the concerns of the public and able to develop effective working relationships with our partners, community and colleagues across both forces.

Surrey and Sussex Police collaborate across a range of operational policing services, serving a diverse range of communities, and affording plenty of opportunity for a varied leadership career.  
​Contact emailrecruitment@sussex.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01273 470101 ext. 544444 - HR, Recruitment
​Further informationSussex Police website

Applications are welcome from substantive Chief Inspectors wishing to undertake a level transfer to Surrey or Sussex or from substantive Inspectors wishing to apply for promotion to Surrey or Sussex. 

Applications for this role open on Wednesday, 3 January 2018
​Closing dateMonday, 22 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyControl Desk and Research Operator
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Leeds. Ref: XT358
​DescriptionWe are looking for 8 full time Control Desk and Research Operators based at Leeds.

In this role you will be supporting the Regional Senior Ports Officer, Regional Ports Co-ordinator, Regional Ports Analyst, Senior Ports Officers, and Regional Ports Tactical Adviser in the efficient running of port operations in the North East of England. 
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateMonday, 22 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyDriver Trainers
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Wakefield, XA410
​DescriptionWest Yorkshire Police is looking to recruit 6 Driver Trainers to join the Driver Training Unit based at Carr Gate, Wakefield.

In this role, you will train and assess individuals or groups, how to use vehicles safely and efficiently, whilst ensuring they develop a driving attitude that reflects the expectations of the community.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website 
​Closing dateMonday, 22 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyP57 - Promotion Process Sergeant
​Force and locationCumbria Constabulary
​DescriptionApplications are invited from candidates who are ready to be promoted to the role of Sergeant. This is an external process for uniform and detective vacancies arising during the next 12 months.

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

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

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

We offer an environment, second to none, in which to live and work.
​Contact emailN/A
​Contact telephoneN/A
​Further informationFor more details and an application form please visit the Cumbria Constabulary website
​Closing dateMonday, 22 January 2018 at 09:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyPublic Enquiry Officer
​Force and locationWest Yorkshire Police, Leeds/Halifax/Huddersfield. Ref: XA411
​DescriptionThe main purpose of your role is to provide a customer focussed interface between West Yorkshire Police and the general public in support of the Force and District Policing Plans.

These roles would suit candidates with previous experience of working in a similar customer focussed environment, who can communicate clearly and deal with challenging customers with empathy and understanding.
​Contact emailhr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephoneHR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further informationWest Yorkshire Police website  
​Closing dateSunday, 21 January 2018 at 16:00 hrs

 

Rank or role of vacancyCounter Terrorism Armed Policing & Military Liaison Team – Chief Inspector
​Force and locationNCTPHQ
​DescriptionThe post holder will form part of a small specialist team responsible for supporting a coordinated and interoperable UK wide armed policing CT response.

This role will include responsibility for the ongoing development and coordination of the national Counter Terrorist Specialist Firearms Officer (CTSFO) network and interoperability with niche military units.

The post holder will also act as the designated deputy for the head of the team.

The post holder will be remotely based, although frequent travel to London and across the UK will be required (including regular nights away from home).

Key Tasks 
· Development of doctrine, policy and practice to support a coordinated and interoperable UK wide armed policing CT response.
· Coordination of the national Counter Terrorist Specialist Firearms Officer (CTSFO) network.
· Line management of the CTSFO National Training Team (NTT).
· Development of doctrine, policy and practice in respect of police-niche military liaison and interoperability within the CT setting, working closely with colleagues within the Home Office, Ministry of Defence and HQDSF.
· Support to the National CT Policing Organisational Development Unit in respect of national tier 3 CT exercising.
· Operational support to the National CT Policing Operations Centre (NCTPOC) and National Police Coordination Centre (NPoCC) re mobilisation of armed assets.
· Other tasks, as required, within the Counter Terrorism Armed Policing & Military Liaison Team.
 
Qualifications
Essential
· Occupationally competent Firearms Tactical Advisor or Operational Firearms Commander
· Full Driving Licence

Desirable
· Occupationally competent Tactical Firearms Commander (Cadre)
· Recognised training qualification (e.g. National Firearms Instructor and/or Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training)
· Recognised project management qualification (e.g. Prince2)
​Contact emailIsabelle.field.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone0203 276 1708
​Further informationPlease see the Counter Terrorism Policing website for more information.

For an application pack, please contact CTPHQ HR via email recruitment.nctphq@met.pnn.police.uk
​Closing dateFriday, 19 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff - Fingerprint Expert - Identification Bureau HQ
​Force and locationCheshire
​DescriptionPlease see the Cheshire Constabulary website for details regarding the vacancy.
​Contact emailNigel.Davies@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800 Ext 2412
​Further informationPlease contact the line manager for further information 
​Closing dateFriday, 19 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff: Digital Forensics Unit Technical Manager - FHQ (2yr FTC)
​Force and locationCrime and Local Policing, Intelligence, Force Cyber Crime Unit, FHQ
​DescriptionPlease see the Northamptonshire Police website for details regarding the vacancy. 
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone 01606 366800
​Further informationN/A
​Closing dateFriday, 19 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Staff: Digital Forensics Unit Technical Manager - FHQ
​Force and locationCrime and Local Policing, Intelligence, Force Cyber Crime Unit, FHQ
​DescriptionPlease see the Northamptonshire Police website for details regarding the vacancy. 
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk  
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationN/A 
​Closing dateFriday, 19 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancyPolice Officer - Transferee
​Force and locationNottinghamshire Police - West Bridgford Police Station
​Description

Nottinghamshire Police are now accepting Transferee applications from Police officers in other Home Office forces who are interested in joining our East Midlands Special Operations Unit (Homicide).

We are particularly interested in transferees who are PIP2 Detective Constables and have experience in: 

  • Working within a major incident team
  • Are able to work independently 
  • Are able to work in a challenging but rewarding environment
  • Are able to work at times across the five force areas that the East Midlands Operations Unit serves (Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Northamptonshire 
​Contact emailmfss.resourcing@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone01606 366800
​Further informationNottinghamshire Police website  
​Closing dateFriday, 19 January 2018

 

Rank or role of vacancy Cleaner
​Force and locationCheshire Constabulary, Runcorn Custody Suite
​DescriptionDetails on the vacancy can be found on the Cheshire Constabulary website
​Contact email lydia.williams@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone07773223302
​Further information2, part time, permanent posts available
​Closing dateFriday, 19 January 2018

 

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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