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Police Community Volunteers

Police Community Volunteers

Hertfordshire Constabulary’s Police Community Volunteers Scheme offers members of the public the chance to support the Constabulary and make a valuable contribution to the safety and security of their own community.


Volunteers help the Constabulary to enhance the service it is able to provide to the community by helping to support police officers and staff in a variety of interesting and valuable roles.


Volunteer opportunities are available at Police Headquarters in Welwyn Garden City and at most police stations across the county. We will match your skills and location to a role which is suitable for you, give you the training you need and work with you to ensure that you get the best out of your volunteering.    


You need to be over the age of 18 to volunteer with us, have time to give and the enthusiasm to make a difference.  There is an online volunteer recruitment application process that you can access by clicking  Web Link HERE.  Successful applicants are invited to an interview and must pass police vetting checks.

 

Alternatively, you can visit our Web Link recruitment website.

 

What will I get in return?

 

We understand that your time is valuable and that there are many reasons for volunteering. In return we are committed to developing your skills as a Volunteer within our organisation and ensuring your volunteering experience is a positive one.

 

Contact


 Gail FRANKLIN

Tel: Telephone 01707 355866
or

 email: Email gail.franklin@herts.pnn.police.uk


Or

Elizabeth NEEDHAM

Tel: Telephone 01707 355867
or

 email: Email elizabeth.needham@herts.pnn.police.uk