Police Officer

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Police Officer

Police Officer (DHEP), Police Officer (PCDA)

30/04/2024, 23:55


• Starting salary of £28,551 per annum
• 22 days annual leave in addition to public holidays   
• Option of joining the police pension scheme 
• Career progression opportunities
• Work-life balance supported by family friendly policies
• Option of joining the Police Federation
• Access to the Blue Light Card with 100s of discounts 
• Paid-for training is available as is the opportunity to have mentoring, in a workplace where development is encouraged 
• Access to an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) A confidential service, available 365 days a year, 24/7, free of charge which can provide around the clock support and guidance to help you manage work and personal stressors, as well as support you through lifestyle changes 
• Support Networks that provide information and opportunities to share experiences as well as offering advice and support to members 
• A diverse, equal and inclusive workforce in an organisation that values its people 
• And finally, but perhaps most importantly, the opportunity to make a difference to the communities of Norfolk and Suffolk  

Useful information before you commence an application (for external applicants)

You will require the following detail to complete this application form:
- Identification Detail e.g. passport
- Address information including proof
- Referee information
- Full employment history including dates and any qualifications you may have attained.
- You will also be requested to provide photos of any visible tattoos you have.

If the role requires you to drive you will also be required to upload details from your full driving licence including photos.

We are looking for people who share our values of caring, inclusive, courageous and learning.

Click the links to find out more about our inclusive culture in Norfolk and Suffolk.

To enable us to deliver outstanding policing for everyone, we need people from all backgrounds with a range of professional and life experiences so that we are truly representative of our communities.

Why work for Norfolk and Suffolk Police?
Norfolk and Suffolk Police have gained a reputation as pioneering and innovative forces, responsible for policing a large diverse, multi-cultural population.

If you are looking for a fresh challenge which offers a genuine opportunity to make a real difference to people’s lives, variety and the chance to broaden your experience, then Norfolk or Suffolk is the force for you.

Equality, diversity and inclusion
Norfolk and Suffolk Police are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion.

Our constabularies are committed to providing support for our under-represented and marginalised communities, including but not limited to Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities, disabilities, neurodiversity, gender and LGBT+ communities.

All applications will be treated on merit, based on the evidence provided in your application and suitability for the role you have applied for.

Recruitment and Selection Policy
Internal applicants who are at risk of redundancy or in need of redeployment and pass the selection process, will be offered the role over the remaining internal and external applicants.

Police Barred and Advisory lists
Individuals placed on the Police Barred and Advisory lists will not be considered for employment by the police for a minimum of 5 years from the date of listing in the case of gross misconduct, or 3 years from the date of listing in the case of poor performance.

Vetting and safeguarding
Norfolk and Suffolk constabularies are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment. All employees and volunteers therefore will be subject to background checks including vetting and references. All applicants must reside in the UK.