Community Policing Volunteer roles
Review the roles below for the Commuity Policing Volunteer (CPV) and apply online.
Please read the job responsibilities in the full along with the skills and eRecruitment guidance before starting your application.
Within the application form you must answer the following questions in no more than 500 words (max 166 per question). We'd advise you think about this first and pre-write your answers.
1) Why do you want to become a Community Policing Volunteer?
2) What skills do you have to help you perform the role of Community Policing Volunteer?
3) Why do you think the skills you have described in Q2 are relevant to the role of Community Policing Volunteer?
Within your answers, please include any experience, skills and abilities you feel you have that will make you suitable. Your response could include how you may have resolved a difficult situation, managed conflict or worked with other agencies or partners for your community.
What happens next?
Training consists of a two day induction course, followed by tailored modules which will be dependent on the CPV role you're applying for.
Modules may include law, policy and procedure, crime and the recording of crime and dealing with traffic incidents.