Become a police officer at Cheshire Constabulary – a workplace where you can be you
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Cheshire Constabulary is recruiting new police officers, with the application window set to open on Monday 24 May.
The force is encouraging everyone - women, people of all ages, people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds, the LGBT+ community and those living with a disability to think about becoming part of the policing family.
Deputy Chief Constable Julie Cooke said:
“The front line of policing is a challenging place to be. Could you be there when Cheshire’s communities need you most?
“By joining us you can help make a difference to the way we police – simply by being the individual that you are. We’re keen to recruit officers with a wide range of personal experiences and a true understanding of Cheshire’s different communities and cultures.
“And in return you will be offered a very attractive starting salary and be valued, trusted and empowered to be innovative and make decisions. You will become part of a caring policing family, where you can be you.”
Through the Constabulary’s commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion the force is making sure that Cheshire’s community policing better reflects the public it serves.
DCC Cooke added:
“We want great officers and we also encourage individuality. We’re committed to recruiting people from a wider range of backgrounds and experiences ¬– and helping them to progress in their careers with us. We will give help to those that need it and positive action allows us to lawfully level the playing field for everyone to apply for a career within policing.
“By supporting individuals with protected characteristics and giving them access to support and training in preparation for and throughout our recruitment process, we can help minimise any potential disadvantages they may face during their recruitment journey.
“You can leave an expression of interest for positive action support via the careers pages on our website and a member of our Talent Acquisition Team will be in touch.”
The force is expecting a high number of applications and the lines are likely to close early if the maximum number of applications have been received.
The application window will remain open for a minimum of 48 hours, after which we will continually monitor the number of applications that we receive to ensure that we are able to manage the recruitment process.
Once we have received the number of applications required we will close the recruitment window and no further application form submission will be accepted.
Please note that the application form is no longer a full competency based questionnaire and basic information only is required for your application form submission to be complete. We therefore recommend that you no not hesitate in your application form submission and complete this stage of the process as soon as you can to avoid any disappointment.
For more information on what positive action support is available visit the Postive Action page.