Transferees

Cheshire Constabulary is currently recruiting Transferees. Visit the jobs section to apply online.

About Cheshire Constabulary

Cheshire Constabulary was founded in 1857 and is now responsible for policing nearly a million people. There are approximately 2,081 regular Police Officers, 220 Police Community Support Officers and 1,464 civilian Police Staff.

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.

Cheshire Constabulary is an innovative, ambitious and progressive force where energy, enthusiasm and a commitment to openness and willingness to drive change is essential.

Cheshire is seeking experienced high caliber transferee Detective Constables and Police Constables to join our force.

This is an exciting opportunity for skilled and competent Detective Constables and Police Constables to join a progressive force, with a continual programme of officer development to support talent through the organisation either laterally or through our future Sergeant promotion process.

Detective Constable Transferee eligibility criteria:

  • Be a serving police officer with a Home Office force and not subject to a probationary period
  • Have completed and passed the Initial Crime Investigators Development Programme (ICIDP)
  • Be an accredited Investigator at PIP level 2
  • Have a full UK driving licence
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues
  • Meet the force attendance criteria and be committed to achieving high levels of attendance

Police Constable Transferee eligibility criteria:

  • Be a serving police officer with a Home Office force and not subject to a probationary period
  • Have a full UK driving licence
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues
  • Meet the force attendance criteria and be committed to achieving high levels of attendance
  • Applications that are received and do not meet the above criteria will not be progressed

Candidates are advised to read the guidance notes for completion of the application form thoroughly prior to applying.

The application form will need to be endorsed by your Line Manager and Head of Department. Any application forms received that are not verified and/or endorsed will not be considered, therefore please ensure that you factor sufficient time into your application process to ensure that your application form is endorsed prior to the closing date.

This opportunity is only open to those who want to transfer into Cheshire Constabulary, we are not accepting applications from those who want to re-join.

Please note that when applying to Cheshire postings are determined taking into account the organisational demand, the needs of the community and individual preference. Whilst every effort will be made to meet individual preferences this, regrettably, cannot always be guaranteed.

Cheshire Constabulary is committed to equality and diversity and is keen to recruit people with a wide range of skills and experiences and an understanding of cultural issues. We are particularly encouraging females and black, and other minority ethnic, LGBT and those with a disability to join us, who are currently under-represented within Cheshire Constabulary.

Find out more about our commitment to equal opportunities.

It is important that you consider at an early stage of the process if you would like to request arrangements that will assist you in completing the selection process. For example, in relation to disability, dyslexia, learning difficulties, pregnancy, injury etc. Any requests for reasonable adjustments will be considered and arranged where possible. This information will be treated with the utmost confidence.

If you require any support or further information please email police.officer.recruitment@cheshire.pnn.police.uk at the earliest opportunity.