Between 1 – 6 November 2017 you can apply for this phase of recruitment.
If you want to be a police officer you need to get ready to apply. You can make a real difference and have one of the most rewarding careers ever.
Now, more than ever, they need you to help them make a real difference… so… Join them.
Until the application window opens you can explore their website, read the guidance to get ready for the most important decision you are ever likely to make.
Humberside Police are holding recruitment events in October to provide support and information about the recruitment process. These are very popular and book up quickly so if you want to secure your place do not delay.
The events are as follows:
16 October – Grimsby Police Station, Victoria Street, Grimsby – 6pm: [BOOK HERE]
17 October 6pm at Scunthorpe Police Station, Corporation Road, Scunthorpe: [BOOK HERE]
18 October 6pm at our Special Operations Unit, Wyke Way, Melton: [BOOK HERE]
19 October 6pm at our Special Operations Unit, Wyke Way, Melton: [BOOK HERE]
20 October 6pm at our Special Operations Unit, Wyke Way, Melton: [BOOK HERE]
Who they need
Have you got what it takes? Are you a leader and a problem solver? Do you have courage, empathy and determination? Are you able to keep calm in stressful situations? Are you at a good fitness level and tech-savvy?
They want you to join them targeting criminals, protecting the people you know, in the community where you live, every day making a real difference.
Humberside Police is changing and we have ambitious plans with a bright future. They need people with a passion to serve the public and for putting people first.
Policing in Humberside is about making communities safer and improving public confidence and satisfaction by increasing the visibility and availability of officers and staff. Humberside Police believe they can enhance their organisation and the services they deliver by increasing the presence of people with diverse characteristics among their workforce.
They believe that public confidence is affected positively by the diversity of their workforce. The more diverse officers, the easier it is for them to connect and understand the varying needs of all the people they serve. Then, by understanding those needs, they can seek to meet them.
The most effective police service is one that can be adjusted to help anyone, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, level of ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, faith, relationship or parental status.
Humberside Polices recruitment and selection processes are entirely based upon merit. Those individuals who perform most strongly in selection are the ones who are offered positions working with them.
To find out more about being a police officer with Humberside Police: http://www.humberside.police.uk/PCRecruitment
To find out more about how they are recruiting people from diverse community backgrounds to make sure they can better reflect the communities: http://www.humberside.police.uk/diversity-and-positive-action
Don’t delay – join today!