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.​​​

 
Rank or role of vacancy 
​Force and location
 
​Description
(less than 100 words)
​Contact email

​Contact telephone

​Further information

​Closing date
 


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Current Vacancies

Rank or role of vacancyInspector/Detective Inspector - Professional Standards Department Complaints Manager 
​Force and location
City of London Police
​Description
The primary purpose of this role is to act in the capacity of the Appropriate Authority under the new Police (Complaint and Misconduct) Regulation 2020 making decisions about the recording of expressions of dissatisfaction/complaints and conduct matters, deputising for the PSD Deputy Director – Complaints and Misconduct as appropriate. The PSD Complaints Manager will have specific responsibility for complaints and conduct matters for Action Fraud and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau and managing their resolution with assistance from NFIB, in line with IOPC Statutory Guidance.
​Contact email
Senka.Crnic@city-of-london.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
02086 012466
​Further information
City of London Police website
​Closing date
Sunday, 10 May 2020


Rank or role of vacancyTransferee / Re-joiners – Authorised Firearms Officer / National Firearms Instructors
​Force and location
North Yorkshire Police
Tadcaster / Thirsk
​Description
North Yorkshire Police are currently accepting applications to transfer as an Authorised Firearms Officer or National Firearms Instructor. More information can be found on the North Yorkshire Police website.
​Contact email
HRTalent&Resourcing@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01609 643522
​Further information
North Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Thursday, 30 April 2020 


Rank or role of vacancy Police Dog Instructor
​Force and location
 Leicestershire Police – East Midlands
​Description
The successful candidate will be responsible for the development, design and delivery of all aspects of dog training relative to the contents of the ACPO Manual of Guidance for Police Dog Training.

Primarily this will be across Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire but may also be further afield where necessary.
​Contact email
recruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
0300 122 8900
​Further information
Leicestershire Police website
​Closing date
 Tuesday, 28 April 2020 at 23:55 hours 


Rank or role of vacancyAssistant Chief Constables
​Force and location
Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI)
​Description
The Policing Board is seeking to appoint a number of inspirational, innovative and decisive leaders as Assistant Chief Constables to the PSNI.
 
The successful candidates will already have demonstrated a breadth and depth of operational command experience and have a proven track record of leading people and performance, role modelling values and driving change in policing.
 
The successful candidates should be agile, adaptive and responsive to change and relish the opportunity of leading an operational portfolio and providing strong leadership to a diverse mix of officers and multi-disciplined professionals in a complex and fast moving policing, business and financial environment. 
​Contact email
amanda.stewart@nipolicingboard.org.uk
​Contact telephone
028 9040 8500
​Further information
Northern Ireland Policing Board website
​Closing date
Monday, 27 April 2020 at 12:00 hours 


Rank or role of vacancy ICT Training Team Leader (North)
​Force and location
Leicestershire Police Based at Derbyshire HQ and Hucknall, Nottinghamshire
​Description
An exciting opportunity has come up for the position of ICT Training team leader, in a police L&D role. Serving Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Police, you will be working within both force areas. The role will suit someone with energy, creativity, curiosity and someone who is an experienced leader. You will help shape and influence delivery of innovative L&D solutions that will support operational policing and delivery of an excellent service to our communities. 

For more information about the role contact Deborah Staton, regional ICT
Training Manager:
​Contact email
hrrecruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
0300 122 8900
​Further information
SHRSC Website
​Closing date
Thursday, 23 April 2020 at 23:55 hours



Rank or role of vacancy Assistant Chief Constable x2
​Force and location
 Police Scotland, Tulliallan, Fife
​Description
Police Scotland is looking for an accomplished senior police leader with significant operational experience who is committed to the delivery of an innovative, effective and efficient policing service that keeps people safe.
 
You will be a collaborative leader who thrives on challenge and complexity and will be confident and resilient in dealing with high levels of scrutiny and accountability.
 
This is one of the most significant, challenging and rewarding police leadership roles in the UK and offers an unparalleled opportunity to make a positive difference to people’s lives and to help shape Scotland’s future.
​Contact email
Jackie Kydd, HR Governance Team, Scottish Police Authority ExecRecruitment@spa.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
Jackie Kydd, HR Governance Team, Scottish Police Authority: 01786 896891
​Further information
Scottish Police Authority website
​Closing date
 Monday, 20 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancyVH262 IT Trainer
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police, Wakefield 
​Description
IT Trainer
People Directorate
Carrgate, Wakefield
Permanent
 
5 x 37 Hour Posts
 
West Yorkshire Police are looking to appoint five IT Trainers to join the Learning and Organisational Development Department based at the Learning and Development Centre, Carrgate, Wakefield.
 
Applications are invited from highly motivated individuals with the desire to shape the future of policing; delivering learning programmes.
 
Successful candidates will design, develop, maintain and deliver high quality Learning and Development (L&D) programmes to inspire, motivate and equip people at all levels of West Yorkshire Police with the skills needed to operate in an online and connected world.
 
To be successful in the role you will ideally:
• have a basic understanding of computerised information systems,
• demonstrate the ability to obtain a Level 3 qualification, or equivalent, 
   in Learning and Development,
• be a successful problem solver,
• demonstrate the ability to work independently,
• contribute to team and organisational goals through cooperation and  
   collaboration with others.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Monday, 20 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancy XA560 – Contact Officer
​Force and location
 West Yorkshire Police
​Description
As a Contact Officer for West Yorkshire Police, you will be responding to both emergency and non-emergency calls, and you will literally be making a difference to - and in some instances actually helping to save – peoples’ lives.
Many people may only use our services once in their lifetime; others might regularly need our assistance. Collectively, our ambition is to provide the highest possible quality of service to them all, so that we can protect and reassure the vulnerable, tackle crime and disorder and bring offenders to justice. You will have a critical role to play in making sure that the communities of West Yorkshire have confidence in their police service and that they are satisfied with the actions we take. This is not just about working in a call-centre; this is about exceptional public service and teamwork to ensure the best possible outcomes for people who need our help.
You will receive training in gathering critical information – often in challenging circumstances - carrying out dynamic risk assessments and determining what immediate actions to take along with bespoke IT training for our Force systems
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police Website
​Closing date
Sunday, 19 April 2020 at 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancy VH260 – Cyber Trainer – Crime Training
​Force and location
 West Yorkshire Police
​Description
Cyber Crime Trainer - Crime Training Team
Learning & Organisational Development, People Directorate
Crime Training
Wakefield
37 hours / 3 permanent posts

West Yorkshire Police are looking to appoint a Cyber Trainer to provide effectively designed, relevant and accurate legal/procedural criminal cyber training to staff to equip them with the knowledge and skills to conduct criminal investigations competently using available technology. In addition to provide inputs to partner agencies concerning cyber-crime prevention and link in with relevant organisations to assist. 

Crime Training are seeking applicants who can deliver cyber training to Police Officers and Police Staff. Successful applicants will contribute to the design and delivery of cyber-crime training, and will also be able to assist, as required, in other areas of design and delivery within the Crime Training function according to business needs.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police Website
​Closing date
Friday, 17 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancy YS213 – Performance Research Officer
​Force and location
 West Yorkshire Police
​Description
Performance Research Officer
Corporate Services
Wakefield
One 37 Hour post
Fixed Term until 31/12/2020

West Yorkshire Police are looking to appoint a Performance Research Officer based at Wakefield District on a fixed term basis until 31/12/2020.

In this role you will provide performance information and a research capability to support the Force, Districts and Departments in meeting performance targets and addressing performance issues.

The ideal candidate will be competent in the use of computerised systems such as Microsoft Office, including Excel, and will come with a proven ability to tailor research capabilities. Additionally, you must be able to understand and interpret statistical performance information, including geographical representations and complex datasets.

As a Performance Research Officer you will be required to work flexible hours at various locations to suit the requirements of the Force.

If successful you will be subject to personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk (01924) 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
 Thursday 16th April 2020


Rank or role of vacancy RS323 Lead Quality Representative
​Force and location
 West Yorkshire Police, Calder Park Wakefield
​Description
West Yorkshire Police, as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Scientific Support Services (YatH RSSS), is looking to recruit several Lead Quality Representatives to be based at Calder Park in Wakefield. 

In this role you will support and maintain the mechanisms of the YatH RSSS Quality Management System (QMS), including the auditing of multiple forensic activities to evidence compliance with International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and Forensic Science Regulator (FSR) standards and requirements.

The ideal candidates we are looking for will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of ISO/FSR standards/requirements/accreditation.
They will also have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and a keen sense of attention to detail when checking, preparing, presenting reports and updating QMS records.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk (01924) 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Wednesday, 15 April 2020 at 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancy IT465 – DBS Disclosure Officer
​Force and location
 West Yorkshire Police
​Description
DBS Disclosure Officer (Entry Level)
Digital Policing
Information Management 
Wakefield
Permanent
1 full time post

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a DBS Disclosure Officer to join the DBS- Information Management Unit based at Headquarters in Wakefield.

The successful candidate will have responsibility for processing Disclosure and Barring Service checks as well as Common Law Police Disclosures. In this role, you will interpret and analyse information on local and national Police systems, using this to make rationalised decisions for the disclosure or non-disclosure of information in line with national legislation and the DBS Quality Assurance Framework.

To apply for this role you must have excellent literacy skills and have the ability to competently use a range of computerised systems and packages, such as Microsoft Office. This role requires a successful candidate to have a previous experience in researching and interpreting information, having had experience of office systems and procedures and a basic and up to date knowledge of Data Protection and Human Rights legislation.

To be considered for this role you must be willing and able to undertake and successfully complete relevant departmental and Force training on West Yorkshire Police systems
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk (01924) 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
 Wednesday, 15 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancyPeople Development Delivery Manager - Investigations 
​Force and location
South Yorkshire Police
​Description
£35,481 - £39,669
37 hours per week
 
This role leads a team of learning and development (L&D) professionals responsible for investigation and specialist crime learning within South Yorkshire Police.

You will coordinate a range of activities addressing all aspects of the training cycle; L&D needs analysis, programme design, training delivery, individual assessment and training evaluation. 
​Contact email
claire.hayle@southyorks.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
N/A
​Further information
South Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Tuesday, 14 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancy Senior Building Services Engineer
​Force and location
 Derbyshire Constabulary – Force Headquarters
​Description
A new and exciting opportunity has arisen to join a multi-disciplinary team, working in a strategic and forward-thinking role. Working as a Senior Building Services Engineer at Derbyshire Constabulary will be challenging but fulfilling for a professional who has a wealth of experience of successfully managing and maintaining mechanical, electrical and environmental services through change.
If you have the knowledge and technical ability of both mechanical and electrical disciplines along with excellent communication skills to meet wide stakeholder needs you will thrive in this role. 

To apply, you must have a BEng or MEng Degree in Building Services Engineering. It is essential to have/or are working towards professional registration of IEng or CEng and CIBSE/ IET. 

Experience of management/recruitment/engagement of technical and professional staff and consultants. 

With the experience of undertaking and overseeing mechanical and electrical engineering design work, you will be preparing strategic reports and specifications by utilising your background and experience of working in a busy building focussed Estates team. 

Derbyshire Constabulary offers an attractive benefits package. To find out more follow the below link:


If you want to join an innovative and forward-thinking organisation which values your contribution and strategic approach, then we look forward to hearing from you!
​Contact email
recruitment@derbyshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
0300 122 8900
​Further information
Derbyshire Constabulary website
​Closing date
 Tuesday, 14 April 2020 at 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancyRs320 Identification Database Officer
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police, Wakefield
​Description
Identification Database Officer
Regional Scientific Support Services
Wakefield
Permanent
1 x 18.5 hour contract

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a part-time Identification Database Officer (18.5 hours, Wednesday-Friday) to join the Regional Scientific Support Services team in Wakefield.

Identification Database Officers provide support to the Regional Identification Bureau in relation to validating, processing, researching, identifying and recording fingerprint and footwear samples to ensure the integrity of national data in accordance with legislation and Force policy and procedure.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Monday, 13 April 2020 @ 23:55 hours 


Rank or role of vacancyRS321 Control Operator 
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police, Wakefield 
​Description
Control Operator
Crime Scene Investigation
Regional Scientific Support Services
Calder Park, Wakefield
Permanent
1 x 18.5 hours

This role is a Scale 4 - £20,619 - £22,833 pro rata (please note: this role also attracts a 20% shift allowance and weekend enhancements).

West Yorkshire Police as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Scientific Support Services (RSSS) is looking to recruit a Control Operator to be based at Calder Park, Wakefield. 

You will join a team of Control Operators where your teamwork skills will be paramount in ensuring the efficient and safe deployment of CSI and other RSSS resources by receiving, recording, triaging and processing information regarding requests for RSSS support. 

It is an exciting and challenging role in which you will deal directly with victims of crime providing a real sense of public service. As such, you will need excellent communication skills both verbal and written, and the ability to deal with our customers using empathy and understanding. 

You will be supported in completing Forensic Awareness training, empowering you to give the best service possible, but should come with a working knowledge of computer systems and databases, together with a basic knowledge of the geography and locations covered by Regional Scientific Support Services.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Monday, 13 April 2020 @ 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancyRS322 Accreditation Officer
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police, Wakefield
​Description
Accreditation Officer
Yorkshire and the Humber Scientific Support Services
Accreditation and Standards
Calder Park, Wakefield
2 x full time permanent positions

West Yorkshire Police as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Scientific Support Services (RSSS) is looking to recruit an Accreditation Officer to be based at Calder Park, Wakefield. 

This is an excellent opportunity to join this specialist team and provide support to the Regional Accreditation and Standards Manager in the delivery and management of the RSSS Quality Management System. You will ensure compliance with current ISO standards (e.g. ISO 17020, 17025) to enable the provision of an efficient and effective forensic service to Police Forces in the Yorkshire and Humber region.

The ideal candidate will come with a strong working knowledge of ISO standards and experience of implementing and supporting an ISO management system. You will also need proven experience as an assessor/auditor on internal/external auditing of processes to ISO 17020 or 17025 standards.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Monday, 13 April 2020 @ 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancyVH259 – Taser Armoury Support Officer 
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police - Wakefield 
​Description
Taser Armoury Support Officer
Public Order Training
Learning and Organisational Development
Wakefield
1 x 37 hour permanent post
 
West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a Taser Armoury Support Officer. This role sits within Learning and Development, reporting to the Force Taser Lead Inspector. You will provide support to districts and departments with regards to the management of Taser armouries across the force.
 
The role includes ensuring that all armouries are functioning in line with force policy plus the examination and downloading of Taser devices and the issuing of access cards to Police Officers along with other support functions. Taser devices and consumables will be transported across the force area as part of the role.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
 Friday, 10 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancyService Delivery Director (SDD) – Locally Delivered Support Services (LDSS)  
​Force and location
Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)  
​Description
This role will be based at a key MPS site, but will routinely require you to work flexibly at multiple locations across the MPS estate, including New Scotland Yard, Westminster, Empress State Building, West Brompton and Marlowe House, Sidcup.

Working effectively to the Director of Operational Support Services (also known as MO11) as a SDD within the Met Operations Business Group who are responsible for delivering operational capabilities to reinforce Frontline Policing and Specialist Operations.
 
The SDD will lead and manage the LDSS Senior Management Team and their staff.
 
They will contribute to the Senior Leadership Team of MO11 ensuring we contribute to the delivery of MPS Strategies and specific Business Group priorities.
 
They will be responsible for delivering services to the agreed service level agreement (SLA), to budget and to deliver any recovery and improvement projects as needed.
​Contact email
Dawn.Cole@met.police.pnn.uk
​Contact telephone
N/A
​Further information
MET Police website

​Closing date
 Tuesday, 10 April 2020 at 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancyAssistant Chief Constable  
​Force and location
Cheshire Constabulary HQ 
​Description
Applications are invited from senior police officers who have passed the Senior Police National Assessment Centre and successfully completed the Strategic Command Course for the post of Assistant Chief Constable in Cheshire Constabulary.

The Assistant Chief Constable will be responsible for setting the direction and culture of Cheshire Constabulary’s We Care strategic vision to make Cheshire even safer. It is clear that everybody within Cheshire Constabulary plays in a role in delivering this strategy and it is critical everybody understands what is expected. In order to achieve this, we need to provide the right direction, training, leadership and support to deliver an effective police service that gains the trust, confidence and respect of our diverse communities.
 
If you share visions like these then we would like to see your application to join Cheshire Constabulary as Assistant Chief Constable.
​Contact email
Senior.recruitment@cheshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01606 3646817
​Further information
Cheshire Police website
​Closing date
Friday, 10 April 2020 at 09:00 hours 


Rank or role of vacancy Assistant Chief Constable
​Force and location
Suffolk Constabulary, Portal Avenue, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, IP5 3QS
​Description
The Chief Constable of Suffolk Constabulary is inviting applications for the post of Assistant Chief Constable.
 
Suffolk Constabulary is a highly regarded police force that has consistently received good inspection reports.  Our team is innovative, forward thinking and evidence based in our approach to policing.  We are proud of our workforce and equally proud to police the variety that is the county of Suffolk.
 
This opportunity to join Suffolk’s Chief Officer Team is open to existing Assistant Chief Constables or Chief Superintendents seeking promotion. Candidates will need to have passed the Senior Police National Assessment Centre and successfully completed the Strategic Command Course.
​Contact email
Joanne.wishart@norfolk.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01953 425699 ext 2343
​Further information
Suffolk Constabulary website
​Closing date
 Friday, 10 April 2020 at 12:00 hours


Rank or role of vacancyAssistant Chief Constable  
​Force and location
Norfolk Constabulary, Jubilee House, Falconers Chase, Wymondham, NR18 0WW.
​Description
The Chief Constable of Norfolk is inviting applications for the post of Assistant Chief Constable. This opportunity to join Norfolk’s Chief Officer Team is open to existing Assistant Chief Constable’s and other candidates who have passed the Senior Police National Assessment Centre and successfully completed the Strategic Command Course, who can demonstrate authentic leadership and the ability to develop services to a very high calibre for the communities of Norfolk. 
​Contact email
Joanne.wishart@norfolk.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01953 425699 ext 2343
​Further information
Norfolk Constabulary website
​Closing date
Friday, 10 April 2020 at 12:00 hours


Rank or role of vacancyVH255 Medical Records Clerk 
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police 
​Description
West Yorkshire Police are looking to appoint a Medical Records Clerk. A vacancy has arisen in an established administration team providing an efficient, confidential, clerical, typing and reception service in support of the staff of the Occupational Health Unit.
 
The successful applicant will have extensive knowledge of and the ability to use a range of computer based packages including word-processing and Microsoft Office. You will be qualified to RSA II typing/word processing or equivalent and have previous clerical/administrative experience.
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
Thursday, 9 April 2020


Rank or role of vacancyBD102 Researcher Families First 
​Force and location
West Yorkshire Police 
​Description
Researcher
Bradford District
Sit Henry Mitchell House
Fixed term contract until March 2021
1 Fixed Term post available

West Yorkshire Police are looking to appoint a Researcher.
You will be expected to work well with others, in particular other professional organisations and partner agencies.

Applicants will ideally have an understanding of Integrated Offending management and a full working knowledge of Niche/Corvus/Infoshare/Word/Excel/PNC/Webstorm and an understanding of Management of Police Information. 

Duties of a Researcher – Families First
To provide an efficient research service to meet the needs of the district/department, identifying and using the most appropriate products and techniques to support operational partnership staff and enable management internally/externally to make informed operation decisions.
Conduct live time research to support colleagues/partners/management with regards to ongoing operational activity
​Contact email
hr.resourcing@westyorkshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
HR Helpdesk 01924 292222
​Further information
West Yorkshire Police website
​Closing date
 Sunday, 8 April 2020 at 23:55 hours


Rank or role of vacancyPolice Officer – Transferee/Re-Joiners Police Officers - Ranks – Constable / Sergeants 
​Force and location
Nottinghamshire Police - Various Locations 
​Description

Nottinghamshire Police are now accepting Transferee applications from Police Officers; Constables (including probationary Constables who have achieved Independent Patrol Status) & Sergeants from Home Office Forces for a number of force wide vacancies during 2019/20; 

  • Crime Department - Specifically Surveillance, Force SOC syndicate, Economic Crime, Major Crime Unit (Fraud, Financial Investigation & Cybercrime), Public Protection, Intelligence and Divisional CID
  • Operational Support Department - Authorised Firearms Officers, Dog Handlers, Roads Policing, Road Crime Officers (AFO’s please attach your 12 month training record)
  • Local Policing – Response, Neighbourhoods, Schools Officers, Custody, Training Officer
  • Professional Standards
We have a bespoke fast-track Transferee process in place and will tailor training to your needs whilst fully recognising previous qualifications and skills. We are flexible enough to offer postings across the whole force area.
You will need to complete our online application form. 
​Contact email
operationuplift@Nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone
01606 366800
​Further information
Nottinghamshire Police website
​Closing date
 Open Ended (posted 17/02/2020)


Rank or role of vacancyTransferees at the rank of Constable, Sergeant, Inspector & Chief Inspector  
​Force and location
West Midlands Police – Throughout West Midlands Region 
​Description
We are recruiting for transferees at the ranks of Constable, Sergeant, Inspector & Chief Inspector.
 
Whatever your policing background, there’s a role for you. Neighbourhood policing continues to play a significant part in tackling issues and working in partnership with our local communities. Our frontline Response teams work across the force area. We have teams who investigate crime and vulnerability, in our CID and Public Protection units. We have central Firearms, Roads Policing, Operations, Offender Management, Intelligence and Professional Standards departments and work in partnership with colleagues in the West Midlands CTU, NABIS, the Central Motorway Police Group and ROCU.
​Contact email
N/A
​Contact telephone
N/A
​Further information
West Midlands Police website
​Closing date
Open Ended (posted 20 January 2020) 




Rank or role of vacancy
Police Officer – Transferee Police Officers - Ranks - Constable / Sergeants/ Inspectors
​Force and locationNottinghamshire Police - Various Locations
​Description
Nottinghamshire Police are now accepting Transferee applications from Police Officers; Constables (including probationary Constables who have achieved Independent Patrol Status), Sergeants and Inspectors from Home Office and Non-Home Office Forces for a number of force wide vacancies during 2019/20; 
  • Crime Department - Specifically Surveillance, Force SOC syndicate, Economic Crime, Major Crime Unit (Fraud, Financial Investigation & Cybercrime), Public Protection, Intelligence and Divisional CID.
  • Operational Support Department - Authorised Firearms Officers, Dog Handlers, Roads Policing, Road Crime Officers (AFO’s please attach your 12 month training record) 
  • Local Policing – Response, Neighbourhoods, Schools Officers, Custody, Training Officers
We have a bespoke fast-track Transferee process in place and will tailor training to your needs whilst fully recognising previous qualifications and skills. We are flexible enough to offer postings across the whole force area.
You will need to complete our online application form. 

For general enquiries about transferring to Nottinghamshire Police, please contact either:
Antony Watson, Resourcing Advisor by email or on Mobile 07970 882 529 
or Sukesh Verma, Superintendent  by email or on Mobile 07702 141 504.
​Contact email
​Contact telephone
01606 366800
​Further information
Nottinghamshire Police website
​Closing dateOn-Going Open Ended (Posted updated 01 October 2019)


Rank or role of vacancyTransferee – Police Constable Authorised Firearms Officer
​Force and locationCivil Nuclear Constabulary, Dounreay, Hunterston, Torness, Sellafield, Harwell, Dungeness, Sizewell
​DescriptionThe CNC are seeking applications from serving officers or officers who have retired in the past twelve months to join our team of Authorised Firearms Officers. If you are currently an accredited ARV officer, you will be required to undertake a conversion course of approx. 3 weeks. The training period for non-ARVs is 11 weeks.
​Contact email
toni.hartley@cnc.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone03303 135599
​Further informationCivil Nuclear Constabulary website
​Closing date
Open Ended (posted 13 August 2019)


Rank or role of vacancyFirearms Instructors - Police Constable
​Force and locationCivil Nuclear Constabulary, Sellafield, Cumbria
​DescriptionThe CNC are seeking applications from qualified, serving Firearms Officers, or Officers who have retired in the past twelve months and still retain a valid firearms qualification, to join our team of Firearms Instructors. You will deliver first-class firearms training to initial recruits, specialist roles and refresher training to serving officers. Ideally, alongside your firearms qualification, you will have a Certificate in Education and Training or equivalent qualification.
​Contact email toni.hartley@cnc.pnn.police.uk
​Contact telephone03303 135599
​Further informationCivil Nuclear Constabulary website
​Closing date
Open Ended (posted 13 August 2019)

 

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
​Contact telephone01865 845 587
​Further informationThames Valley Police website
​Closing date

 

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