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Monday, January 13, 2014

Police looking for new officers

Have you ever thought about a police career but are unsure about how you would fit in?
If so, come along to North Wales Police Headquarters in Colwyn Bay on Wednesday, January 21, between 3 and 8 pm, when you can chat informally to people already doing the job.
Photograph of PCSO's on foot patrolChief Constable Mark Polin said: “North Wales Police is made up of a diverse range of people who come from all walks of life and backgrounds. It is recognised that for policing to be as effective and as impactive as possible, our work force has to properly reflect the communities they serve. Our aim is to have a workforce representative of our local communities and we particularly welcome applicants from underrepresented groups.”   
North Wales Police continues to recruit into Police Officer and Police Community Support roles and places will be available over the next  three years.    
The force also offers opportunities for those who would like to give a valuable contribution to their local communities by becoming a special constable or by offering their free time to support the local and specialist policing teams by volunteering.
If you are interested in a potential future career in the Police Service or volunteering, but are concerned about how you will fit into working life with North Wales Police you are likely to find this event informative and supportive in helping you to make potential career decisions.
Further information regarding the roles of Police Constable, Police Community Support Officer, Special Constable and Police Volunteers is available via this link

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