Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and the government social distancing recommendations, all public facing recruitment events have been cancelled. We are currently holding these events digitally.
Sgt Yusuf Nagdi and PC Keith Thomas are available to assist you with any questions you have about our police constable positions. You can contact Yusuf or Keith via the following emails:
We hold a number of recruitment seminars throughout the year for people who are interested in becoming a police officer, Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), Contact Handler or a member of support staff.
Join us to find out more about the various roles available, first-hand what it is like to work for us. You will have the opportunity to meet serving officers and staff, hear about their experiences, and find out about career opportunities open to you if you join us.
For police officers, we welcome applications from individuals aged 18-57 (56 for the PCDA programme) and for support staff roles we welcome applications from individuals aged 18+.
Registration may be required - Have a look at the timetable below and select the event you wish to attend to register your place - Places may be limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
|2 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||10:00am||Register|
|5 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||5:00pm||Register|
|9 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||6:00pm||Register|
|12 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||10:00am||Register|
|16 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||1:00pm||Register|
|18 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||4:00pm||Register|
|23 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||1:00pm||Register|
|24 June||Police officer recruitment webinar||5:00pm||Register|
To register your attendance: follow the 'Register' link on the event you wish to attend. You will need to create an account on our E-Recruitment portal. If you have managed to get a space, you will receive a link to the webinar approx. 24hours prior to the start time.
We welcome applicants from all backgrounds and encourage anyone who has considered a career in policing to submit an application form. We are particularly keen to increase the number of women officers and officers from black and minority ethnic communities and candidates from the LGBT community to ensure our workforce represents the communities we serve.