We are looking for you to join us on a training intake, which is expected to start on 29 January 2024. Our intake after this date is likely to be April/May 2024.
Available PCSO roles
Establish meaningful two-way communication with young people to understand what matters to them. Resolve issues identified through preventative activities using the problem orientated policing (POP) approach.
Establish close and effective working relationships with educational establishments, partner agencies and internal colleagues in order to:
maximise early intervention opportunities
reduce the fear of crime and victimisation
disrupt criminal activity
Identify vulnerability and risk amongst children and young people through intelligence gathering, information sharing, positive relationship building and multi-agency problem solving, in order to prevent youth crime and victimisation.
Establish meaningful two-way communication with the local community to understand what matters to them. Resolve issues identified through preventative activities using the problem orientated policing (POP) approach.
Effectively target repetitive problems by focussing on victims, locations, and offenders by providing a visible, flexible and local resource, focussing on:
control strategy crime types causing harm
delivering evidence-based solutions to improve public trust
build community confidence
reduce offending, anti-social behaviour and the fear of crime
Establish meaningful two-way communication with the rural community to understand what matters to them. Resolve issues identified through preventative activities using the problem orientated policing (POP) approach.
work closely with partner agencies, stakeholders, government and non- government organisations
provide a point of contact for victims of rural, wildlife, environmental, and heritage crime
We are looking for PCSOs to work in the Ashford, Maidstone, Medway, Northfleet, Sittingbourne and Swanley areas.
When you complete your application form, please state:
which of the above PCSO roles would be your preferred choice
your preferred area in Kent to work
We will take into account your preferences, but there is no guarantee these will be offered. We reserve the right to place you into a PCSO role and location based on your skills and organisational need. Therefore, you must be willing to accept a role at any of the above locations.
Please note assessments will be held weekly.
If you are you good with people and are passionate about helping others and making a difference, we want to hear from you!