Police Constables

Posted 18 January by Thames Valley Police Featured

Thames Valley Police
Police Constables
Starting salary of £22,896 (plus £2000 south-east allowance)

We patrol over 2,200 square miles, but you’ll go even further.

You might be surprised to learn just how big an area we cover here at Thames Valley Police. We’re one of the biggest Home Office forces in England, and we help to protect 2.1 million residents, who speak over 140 languages. It means you’ll have a range of opportunities, and an impressive beat. In fact, every single day will be as unique as the communities you serve.

Being a Police Constable at Thames Valley Police is all about having a commitment to the community. Protecting it. Safeguarding it. Improving it. And with your passion and valuable insights, you’ll know exactly how to help. And as we strive to make the best use of our resources, you’ll always make the best use of your time.

Day-to-day, you might find yourself responding to crime, patrolling the streets or gathering information in the force intelligence team. As you gain more experience, you’ll have the chance to explore our huge range of specialisms. With world-class training and support, you’ll soon hone your expertise.

Proactive, professional, and self-disciplined, you’ll thrive in this role. You’ll be comfortable taking control of situations and, as a natural problem-solver, you’ll quickly decide the best action to take. We’ll expect you to be a confident communicator, able to easily build relationships. It’s all about being approachable and flexible, and inspiring people to open up to you.

To join, you’ll need the attainment of CKP prior to appointment and to have achieved 2 A-Levels at grades A-E. You’ll also need to hold a valid UK or EEA driving license. In return, you’ll enjoy 22 days’ annual leave, a generous pension scheme and lifestyle benefits.

Join us, and give back.

Required skills

  • Community
  • Police
  • Protection
  • Security

Reference: 34260062

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