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The main mission of Cheshire Constabulary is ‘Delivering Even Safer Communities for the Whole of Cheshire’ and, in doing so, we must put ‘victims first’ and protect vulnerable people. In order to gain the confidence, trust and support of the people that we serve, we must be a police service that is connected with, based within, and accessible to, local communities.
Our policing style is, and will continue to be, Neighbourhood Policing.
The delivery of policing objectives is important. It is equally important how we, as a police service, work with our partners in order to provide a police service that is effective and efficient at meeting the needs of our communities.
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, religion or belief, 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 us at the earliest opportunity.