Transferee Special Constable

Special Constable
Citizens in Policing
Gloucestershire
Special Constable
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PLEASE ONLY SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FORM FOR THIS ROLE OF SPECIAL CONSTABLE IF YOU FALL INTO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

1. YOU HAVE SPOKEN WITH GLOUCESTER CONSTABLARY FIRST AND WE HAVE INVITED YOU TO APPLY FOR THIS POST

2. YOU ARE ABOUT TO LEAVE YOUR ROLE AS A REGULAR OFFICER AND ARE INTERESTED IN BECOMING A SPECIAL CONSTABLE.

3. YOU ARE CURRENTLY SERVING AS A SPECIAL CONSTABLE IN ANOTHER FORCE AND ARE LOOKING TO TRANSFER TO GLOUCESTERSHIRE SPECIAL CONSTABULARY.

4.  YOU HAVE RECENTLY (WITHIN THE LAST 3 YEARS) CEASED TO BE A SPECIAL CONSTABLE EITHER WITH  GLOUCESTERSHIRE CONSTABULARY OR ANOTHER SPECIAL CONSTABULARY.

FOR ALL OTHER INTEREST IN THE SPECIAL CONSTABULARY, PLEASE LOOK OUT FOR OUR SPECIAL RECRUITMENT VACANCIES, WHICH WILL BE ADVERTISED PERIODICALLY OR CONTACT

SpecialConstables@Gloucestershire.police.uk

IF YOU FALL WITHIN THE CATEGORIES ABOVE, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US ON THE ABOVE MENTIONED E MAIL ADDRESS

YOUR APPLICATION FOR THIS VACANCY WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY REJECTED IF YOU COMPLETE A FORM BUT DO NOT FALL INTO ONE OF THE GROUPS LISTED ABOVE. 

Gloucestershire is a largely rural county with two large urban conurbations, the city of Gloucester and the town of Cheltenham Spa. It hosts two Royal Households and a number of significant events attracting national attention throughout the year, including the National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse and the Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford. There is a strong military presence in the county as well as an important Government footprint. 

We are looking for the best individuals to join our exceptional team working across our diverse communities within Gloucestershire to protect, serve and keep them save from harm. As a Special Constable you will work closely with regular officers to across the county in helping to keep the people of Gloucestershire safe from harm. 

We are committed to the principles of appointments based on merit with openness and transparency of process. The Constabulary is also committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all suitability qualified applicants. In aiming to have a workforce representative of the communities we serve, applications from females and members of the black and minority ethnic communities are particularly welcome.

When applying to Gloucestershire Constabulary as a Special Constable, you will progress through a number of stages. All candidates are required to successfully pass every stage of the process to become part of the Special Constabulary. 

If you are looking for a role in which you will be dealing with different situations every day, working with the public to build confidence and trust, a role which can be demanding and unpredictable, but also highly rewarding, we would really like to hear from you.

At Gloucestershire Constabulary we recognise the benefits of increasing diversity across our workforce. We know that we are ‘Better Together’ as individuals, teams and with our communities and partner agencies. Our Better Together Team provide positive action support to people from underrepresented and diverse communities who are considering a career in policing. See more information.  Our Better Together Team also coordinate a number of external engagement events throughout the year for people who are interested in a career in policing. See more information.

If you have questions about the recruitment process, the progress of your application or anything else along the way to becoming a special constable, please email the team at specialconstables@gloucestershire.police.uk

This opportunity is closed to applications.