Benefits of becoming a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO)
Becoming a PCSO offers a full or part-time opportunity with the flexibility to fit around you.
For individuals working full time (37 hours per week) and working the full shift pattern, the starting salary will be £26,958 (including shift allowance).
The salary, with shift allowance, will increase to a maximum of £32,409 based on length of service and performance related pay.
You will be eligible to join the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS). This is a contributory Career Average Revalued Earnings (CARE) scheme to which the Constabulary as the employer contributes to as well.
As a full time PCSO, we’ll offer you a minimum of 178 hours of annual leave (24 days), with the potential to increase up to 222 hours (30 days), dependent on your hours of work and length of service. You will also receive 8 days of public holidays. Your annual leave entitlement will be confirmed when you begin your role.
We welcome applications for working on a part-time basis. Hours will be required to fit in with the operational requirements of the role and there is an expectation that any submissions for part time hours will include some evening and weekend working.
We may not be able to continue with your application if the hours you request do not fit in with the operational requirements of the Constabulary and you will be informed if this is the case. You can discuss your requirements with our recruitment advisors.
Bring your working and life skills and really make a difference in your neighbourhood
Help prevent crime and anti-social behaviour.
Make a real difference to people's lives.
Keep fit and healthy.
Meet new people.
Protecting the communities you live in.
Do something new and exciting.
The opportunity to work part-time or flexible hours.
Register today to become a PCSO
Tell us you’re interested in being a PCSO and we’ll get in touch.