Ever considered becoming a volunteer police officer?
Cheshire Constabulary would like to invite you along to an awareness seminar for those considering becoming a Special Constable.
A Special Constable is a volunteer police officer and holds the same power in law as a regular officer. They wear the same uniform, use the same equipment and go to all the same duties as a regular officer.
Becoming a Special Constable with Cheshire opens up a world of opportunities, and you will be faced with endless challenges; no two days will ever be the same.
This exciting and enjoyable role gives you invaluable experiences and training that you can use throughout your life to achieve your personal or professional goals.
If you want the opportunity to gain a real sense of achievement and become part of something bigger - become a Special Constable with Cheshire.
Special Chief Officer Jones says,
“If you want to support your community and be part of something unique and exciting, there is nothing else like the Special Constabulary.
“Consider – Could you do it?”
The upcoming dates for seminars are; 15th October at Widnes LPU and the 24th October at Cheshire Constabulary Headquarters.
Book your place on an awareness seminar via our current vacancies page