Warwickshire Special Constabulary opens its doors to potential recruits : Wednesday 26th November Stratford College 19:45 – 21:15 in FG24
For students over 18 interested in joining the Police that the following event is taking place in the Lecture Theatre (FG24) tomorrow evening:
Warwickshire Special Constabulary opens its doors to potential recruits
Ever wanted to join the police force but have other commitments?
Well…Warwickshire Police have the perfect solution for you…volunteer to be a special constable.
Anyone interested in applying is invited to attend an informal briefing which will explain what it is like to be a special constable, what the application stage involves, the training provided, fitness levels needed and the vetting and medical checks required.
As well as providing potential recruits with information, there will also be the opportunity to meet existing specials and experts from HR and Training who will be available to answer any queries and help people decide if it is right for them.
Chief Officer for Warwickshire Special Constabulary, Glyn Gardner said:
“I would like to invite anyone over 18 who is interested in policing to come along and find out what we do. This is a real opportunity for members of the public who want to volunteer a small amount of their time to make a big difference in their community.”
Two sessions will take place across Warwickshire during November 2014:
Wednesday 26th November Stratford College 19:45 – 21:15
These events are open to anyone over 18, living in and around Warwickshire.
Eligibility criteria for becoming a special constable can be found on our website
To book a place on one of these events, please email
email@example.com or call the recruitment team on 01905 311433.
Volunteer today – make a difference.