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Police Officer

The way we train Police Officers is changing, see below to find out more.

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How you can join the police

As a police officer you’ll have to make difficult decisions every day. You’ll need empathy, common-sense and compassion as well as a desire to make a difference. We’ll train you to be a first class officer.  You’ll be a paid officer from day one, working alongside experienced officers. Over the course of a three year training period you’ll learn the essential skills needed to be a modern officer. Your training will be a mixture of on the job learning, classroom based study & personal research as part of the new Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship (PCDA).  By the end of your training you’ll be fully qualified, with a degree in Professional Policing Practice. We welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds and encourage anyone who has considered a career in policing to submit an application form. We are particularly keen to increase the number of women officers and officers from black and minority ethnic communities and candidates from the LGBT community to ensure our workforce represents the communities we serve. Police Officer recruitment is open, click below to register.   Please see below the full recruitment timeline. Stages Opening Date and Time Closing Date and Time Registration, realistic job preview, eligibility assessment Form Midday Monday 22 July 2019 Midnight Monday 26 August 2019 Behaviour styles questionnaire From Midday Thursday 29 August 2019 Midnight Thursday 5 September 2019 Situational judgement test From Midday Friday 6 September 2019 Midnight Thursday 12 September 2019 Application form sent to successful applicants by email From Midday Friday 13 September 2019 Tuesday 1 October 2019 Awareness Events W/C 23 September 2019 Assessment centre Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 November 2019 Force interview W/C 16 December 2019 Start date January 2020 The links below have more information on the application process, entry requirements, training & benefits and more.  We are working in partnership with The University of South Wales to deliver vocational workplace training that will enable you to be become fully qualified Police Officer while supporting your community. Depending on your situation, there are three entry routes available, all offering a Policing Degree once initial education and training is completed.  You will be working shifts and undergo a comprehensive three year training programme for the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship Programme. Click below for more information.  

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Police Community Support Officer (PCSO)

The recruitment campaign for Police Community Support Officer's is now closed whilst we process applications. To register your interest ahead of the next campaign please email PeopleServicesCentre-PCSORecruiting@devonandcornwall.pnn.police.uk and an email will be sent to you ahead of the next launch date. Why not also take this opportunity to explore our other recruitment pages

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Unit location and how do I apply?

Please check which cadet units are recruiting before applying and please state the location of your prefered unit on the application form, within the 'Your enquiry' field. For more information contact Percy GILES 30367, Police Cadet Coordinator email Cadets Citizens in Policing, Room GE20, Force Headquarters, Middlemoor, Exeter, EX2 7HQ.

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Working for Devon & Cornwall and Dorset Police

We (Devon & Cornwall and Dorset Police) have a strong commitment to equality and diversity both within the organisation and in the service we provide. We aim to employ a representative workforce that reflects the communities we serve, we refer to this as Positive Action. Please note: The police forces of Devon & Cornwall and Dorset have established a Strategic Alliance to provide a single service within certain functions across the three counties.

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