Working for Cheshire Constabulary
Someone who serves in Cheshire Constabulary joins an
organisation with a proud and formidable history
and would be expected to maintain the high esteem in which the
public holds the Force.
To work at Cheshire Constabulary, you will also have to uphold
the Police Service Statement of Common Values.
Vacancies at Cheshire
Current job opportunities at Cheshire Constabulary
Cheshire Constabulary are one of the biggest employers in the
county, with around 1,900 support staff roles. You would be
surprised at the different types of roles available. Please visit
our Police Staff pages for more
Cheshire Constabulary has a need to recruit a number of Police
Constables across the force area during 2014 and 2015. The
recruitment window for Police Constable applications will open from
Monday 12th May 2014 and will close on
Sunday 25th May 2014.
Cheshire Constabulary is holding a PC Recruitment &
Awareness Seminar on Wednesday 30th April 2014 at
Police Headquarters in Winsford to raise awareness of the
recruitment process and the minimum eligibility criteria to apply
to be a PC with Cheshire Constabulary. The seminar is open to
anyone who is looking to apply to become a police
constable for Cheshire Constabulary either for the recruitment
process to be launched on 12th May 2014 or in the near future. The
seminar is split into 2 events, the first stating at 18:00 and the
second starting at 19:00.
Cheshire Constabulary is committed to ensuring that it attracts
the highest calibre of people, from as diverse a range of
background as possible, as police constables. Therefore,
in line with the College of Policing’s recommended minimum
eligibility criterion, Cheshire Constabulary will only accept
application forms from people who have attained the
Certificate in Knowledge of Police (CKP) as a
minimum qualification from an accredited provider. Applicants may
also have attained a Foundation Degree in Policing, Law and
Investigation or we may also consider a professional related
policing qualification that exceeds the minimum requirement of
Cheshire Constabulary is fully supportive of equality &
diversity and strives to employ a workforce which is
representative of the communities which it serves.
Applicants are welcomed from all underrepresented groups and
support will be made available throughout the recruitment process,
please email any questions you may have in relation to equality
& diversity or any reasonable adjustments you may need to
For the information of those who are considering making an
application, when the recruitment window is opened applications
must be completed via the e-recruitment system and
all applicants must upload their relevant qualification to meet the
eligibility criteria. However, if you do not have regular access to
a computer then please contact MFSS Resourcing on 01606 362248
Cheshire Constabulary also has a number of Staff Support
Networks available to all staff. The networks available
are listed in the
attached information leaflet.
Applicants are requested not to phone any
emergency number in order to request application forms, or for any
query in relation to this process.
Police Community Support Officer
The current window for PCSO recruitment across Cheshire is now
closed. Those interested in a career as a PCSO
with Cheshire should keep in touch by watching the Constabulary
website for further information. In the mean time you may be
interested in applying for the Special Constabulary. Please see the
Special Constabulary section on this
In Cheshire, we have over 400 people who have converted their
spare time into action by becoming a Special
Constable. They get involved in a wide range of
operational duties - patrolling city centres, visiting crime hot
spots and helping regular officers in a variety of activities. Find
out more in our Special Constabulary
Police Support Volunteer
Police Support Volunteers provide assistance and
support to the Neighbourhood Policing Teams, promoting
vital links between the organisation and the community it serves.
To find out more and the vacancies available, please visit our
Police Support Volunteers pages.
You can also get involved through the Band of the
Cheshire Constabulary. You do not have to be a member of
Cheshire Constabulary to join.
The Museum of Policing in Cheshire is also run
on a voluntary basis.
Cheshire Constabulary is an equal opportunities
employer and wants to have a workforce representative of
the communities that we police and serve. To find out more, please
visit our Equal Opportunities pages.