Have you got what it takes to be a Hertfordshire police officer?
Force in major recruitment drive
Hertfordshire Constabulary is looking for people with passion and drive to join the force.
The police is offering first-class training and the chance to begin your career on the frontline responding to 101 and 999 calls. As you progress, you will have the opportunity to branch out and specialise in others areas of policing too.
Chief Constable Charlie Hall said: “I am extremely proud of the work that our officers undertake every day and there is no doubt that the strength of the constabulary lies in its people. If you want to play a role in making sure that Hertfordshire remains a safe place to live and work then please do not hesitate to apply.
“We’re looking for individuals who are caring, trustworthy and can work well as a team. If you think you have what it takes, we’d welcome your application. Policing is a career like no other and you will experience the amazing feeling of knowing that you have truly made a difference to someone else’s life.
“We are particularly reaching out to our diverse communities, to under-represented groups, to say please come forward, we want you to apply as we want the constabulary’s workforce to reflect the communities we serve and protect.”
Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd said: “Hertfordshire Constabulary is one of the highest regarded forces in the country by its residents, and respected nationally as a professional and progressive service. We are currently recruiting hundreds of extra officers with the aim of building the largest ever force in the history of Hertfordshire.”
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