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Officers transfer to Cheshire Constabulary for a number of reasons, for some it is our reputation as a forward facing force, others are looking for promotion or specialist opportunities, our ‘family-feel’ appeals to some and of course plenty do so for personal reasons.
Cheshire Constabulary is working to achieve the Chief Constable's vision of ‘Police Officers, staff and partners working together as a team to deliver even safer communities for the whole of Cheshire'.
Whatever your motivations for wishing to transfer you can be assured that the knowledge, skills and experience that you bring will be valued and welcomed from day one.
To be eligible you to apply must:
Cheshire have an ongoing advert for transferees, which is always open and readily available for applicants to submit an application.
The following information is asked for:
Values based interview assessed against the Competency Values Framework and appropriate to rank.
Cheshire Constabulary will reimburse eye and GP declaration costs to Transferee officers who are successful through the recruitment process. As a Transferee to Cheshire you will be able to do this by submitting an expense claim once you have commenced in force. Please note you will need to keep the receipts so you can be reimbursed.
Those successful at pre-employment checks will be issued a formal offer and progressed to an intake date. Preferences on posting will be considered along with organisational demand and the needs of the community, therefore individual preferences cannot be guaranteed.
Cheshire covers a range of areas where successful individuals may be posted:
You will be paid in accordance with national levels of pay relative to your rank. You will transfer in at the same pay point as your current force.
You will transfer with the same leave entitlement you have currently.