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CITY of LONDON POLICE

WORKING FOR CITY OF LONDON POLICE

Here you can find out all you need to know about the different roles we offer, your eligibility, latest career vacancies and how to apply for a job with us.​​​​

City of London Police Officer’s play a vital role in delivering a police service that is valued by those who live, work and visit the City of London.

As the National Lead Force for Economic Crime roles for police officers vary from investigating complex fraud which could have international connections to community based policing.

Whilst policing the square mile makes the force the smallest territorially we host a number of specialist units and our innovative ideas have led to National Programmes such as Project Servator.

Working for the City of London Police and contributing to delivering a police service that is valued by those who live, work and visit the City of London is not only undertaken by our police officers but our team of professional staff working behind the scenes. It’s these skilled people who provide the organisational capability to police the City. Our police staff function is extremely diverse and vital to effective policing in the City. It is made up of many different roles to support front-line officers, including dealing with public enquiries, gathering evidence at the scene of a crime, providing IT, Human Resources, strategic support, administration, recruitment and financial support to name but a few.

Click below to find out which roles are currently available, the responsibilities, pay, benefits and training you’ll receive and how to apply.

Please also see the Right to Work checklist which explains the types of documents that are acceptable for checking your right to work in the UK.

The City of London Police is looking for members of the community to volunteer to support us in a variety of roles. You may have specific skills and knowledge which would all real value to the force, or you may want to learn something new to broaden your experience.

Due to the diverse nature of Policing Volunteer roles, we will discuss with you potential open roles on an individual basis. These roles can range from supporting the management of a project, from helping to reduce crime to volunteering in an investigation team, from providing administrative support to giving guided tours of the Force museum.

We are also building out our capacity in Police Community Support Volunteer and Policing Support Volunteer roles where uniformed Policing Volunteers will be given policing powers after appropriate training.

You need to live in London or the home counties and be over 18 to apply. We will provide training and reimburse out-of-pocket expenses.

Volunteer Police Officers (or Special Constables) are unpaid members of the community who are trained to support the City of London Police in providing policing on a part-time basis. They have the same powers as a ‘regular’ police officer and wear the same uniform.

As a Volunteer Police Officer, you will deal with situations and people you would probably never encounter in your day-to-day life. Your duties can include foot and mobile uniformed patrols, responding to incidents, supporting vulnerable people, initial investigation of crimes and supporting ceremonial events.

City Volunteer Police Officers are rewarded for their time and energy, not through pay, but from the experiences that would normally never be encountered at home or work. Volunteer Police Officers will see the best and worst of human nature and learn more about life than most people would ever do.

You need to live in London or the home counties and be over 18 to apply. We will provide training and reimburse out-of-pocket expenses.

The City of London Police is participating in the Return to the Investigative Practice project. The project is aiming to reduce obstacles associated with returning to policing in order to address the national shortage of detectives and investigators. The Force is very keen to hear from police officers and staff that wish to return to relevant roles in policing

GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO POLICE?

City of London Police officers play a vital role in keeping the City of London diverse community safe. As a Police Officer you will be helping to making the city safer and deliver a valued service for those that live, work and visit the City.

CITY of LONDON POLICE

WORKING FOR CITY OF LONDON POLICE

Here you can find out all you need to know about the different roles we offer, your eligibility, latest career vacancies and how to apply for a job with us.​​​​

City of London Police Officer’s play a vital role in delivering a police service that is valued by those who live, work and visit the City of London.

As the National Lead Force for Economic Crime roles for police officers vary from investigating complex fraud which could have international connections to community based policing.

Whilst policing the square mile makes the force the smallest territorially we host a number of specialist units and our innovative ideas have led to National Programmes such as Project Servator.

Working for the City of London Police and contributing to delivering a police service that is valued by those who live, work and visit the City of London is not only undertaken by our police officers but our team of professional staff working behind the scenes. It’s these skilled people who provide the organisational capability to police the City. Our police staff function is extremely diverse and vital to effective policing in the City. It is made up of many different roles to support front-line officers, including dealing with public enquiries, gathering evidence at the scene of a crime, providing IT, Human Resources, strategic support, administration, recruitment and financial support to name but a few.

Click below to find out which roles are currently available, the responsibilities, pay, benefits and training you’ll receive and how to apply.

Please also see the Right to Work checklist which explains the types of documents that are acceptable for checking your right to work in the UK.

The City of London Police is looking for members of the community to volunteer to support us in a variety of roles. You may have specific skills and knowledge which would all real value to the force, or you may want to learn something new to broaden your experience.

Due to the diverse nature of Policing Volunteer roles, we will discuss with you potential open roles on an individual basis. These roles can range from supporting the management of a project, from helping to reduce crime to volunteering in an investigation team, from providing administrative support to giving guided tours of the Force museum.

We are also building out our capacity in Police Community Support Volunteer and Policing Support Volunteer roles where uniformed Policing Volunteers will be given policing powers after appropriate training.

You need to live in London or the home counties and be over 18 to apply. We will provide training and reimburse out-of-pocket expenses.

Volunteer Police Officers (or Special Constables) are unpaid members of the community who are trained to support the City of London Police in providing policing on a part-time basis. They have the same powers as a ‘regular’ police officer and wear the same uniform.

As a Volunteer Police Officer, you will deal with situations and people you would probably never encounter in your day-to-day life. Your duties can include foot and mobile uniformed patrols, responding to incidents, supporting vulnerable people, initial investigation of crimes and supporting ceremonial events.

City Volunteer Police Officers are rewarded for their time and energy, not through pay, but from the experiences that would normally never be encountered at home or work. Volunteer Police Officers will see the best and worst of human nature and learn more about life than most people would ever do.

You need to live in London or the home counties and be over 18 to apply. We will provide training and reimburse out-of-pocket expenses.

The City of London Police is participating in the Return to the Investigative Practice project. The project is aiming to reduce obstacles associated with returning to policing in order to address the national shortage of detectives and investigators. The Force is very keen to hear from police officers and staff that wish to return to relevant roles in policing

GOT WHAT IT TAKES TO POLICE?

City of London Police officers play a vital role in keeping the City of London diverse community safe. As a Police Officer you will be helping to making the city safer and deliver a valued service for those that live, work and visit the City.

Interested in what CITY of LONDON POLICE has to offer?

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BASIC REQUIREMENTS

There are several basic requirements to meet before you can apply for the force, please take a look below to see if you meet this criteria.

BETWEEN AGES: 17-57

BRITISH / COMMONWEALTH CITIZEN OR EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA NATIONAL

HAVE LEAVE TO REMAIN IN THE UK INDEFINITELY

NOT HAVE SERVED ANY PERIOD OF IMPRISONMENT OR YOUTH DETENTION

NOT HAVE ANY EXISTING COUNTY COURT JUDGEMENTS OUTSTANDING

NOT BE REGISTERED BANKRUPT WITHIN THE LAST 3 YEARS

NOT BE THE SUBJECT OF A CURRENT INDIVIDUAL VOLUNTARY ARRANGEMENT (IVA)

BE IN GOOD HEALTH AND OF SOUND CONSTITUTION

BE PREPARED TO WORK SHIFTS INCLUDING NIGHTS, WEEKEND AND BANK HOLIDAYS

More Great Offerings From Forces Transition Group…

The Hunters Club

The Hunters Club is designed around the Transition Curve, it’s a low-key cup of coffee to allow any issues to surface and those attending to discuss current problems being faced, within a safe environment.

It’s no holds barred, any points can be raised and there will be a special guest or two too add value to everything that is discussed

LinkedIn Masterclass

 

Learning outcomes:

  • How to navigate LinkedIn and find potential career paths
  • Guidance on how to enhance your LinkedIn Profile to get you noticed
  • Looking at your transferable skills and how to translate them
  • Connection strategies, who should you connect with and how do you
    grow that link into a powerful connection
  • How to use your personal network to grow your career