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Northumbria police vacancies : Whether you are serving or retired police officer, community support officer, special constable, police & criminal justice support worker, someone who works in the security industry, or an individual interested in reading information concerning policing, security and the police employment sector, Northumbria police vacancies is the place for you!

The Northumbria police vacancies provides recruitment information covering how to join the Northumbria police vacancies and details of current police vacancies and other recruitment information and services.

The Northumbria police vacancies is always actively looking to recruit new Police officers, volunteer special constables and graduates. Visit the Northumbria police vacancies jobsite and become part of the team as a police officer, support staff member, a community support officer or as a special constable.

A career in the Police service can be immensely varied and rewarding. As in any job application process, it is important to give yourself every chance of success, so that you can get it right the first time. Before applying for any position in the police service you might like to consider these things:

  • Purchasing one of the packages prepared by those in the know that will help you with the police application process. The one we would recommend is How To Become A UK Police Officer.
  • Joining the Police Forum where there is a special area for those going through the selection process.
  • Register for free police newsletters so that you keep up to date with police news and appear knowledgeable during the interview process. See top right.
  • Go to the Police Initial Recruitment page. Here you will find a wealth of free information that you may be able to use during the police application process.

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In the News
Andrew Mitchell 'did call officer a pleb' 15:50, 27th November GMT
Long running "Plebgate" saga begins to be resolved in favour of police officer over Conservative politician.
'Police Scotland should take over BTP's Scottish functions' 13:50, 27th November GMT
Smith Commission recommends greater devolution in policing matters as Federation holds crisis meeting.
SIO Corner: The needs of a victim's family 10:34, 27th November GMT
This week we focus on managing the relationship between an enquiry and the victim's family and the role of a family liaison officer.
PEEL assessments: The best and the worst 09:32, 27th November GMT
How forces did across England and Wales in the first Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary graded assessments.
Latest technology digest published 17:55, 26th November GMT
Body worn video's pros and cons, a new CCTV development and procurement all feature prominently in the latest edition.
PEEL assessments: Worst performing force's PCC blasts HMIC 09:33, 27th November GMT
Ian Johnston says the burden of 12 visits in 10 months has worsened Gwent Police's performance, while best performing - Norfolk Constabulary - welcomed its report.
HMIC: 18 forces not investigating properly 09:34, 27th November GMT
Tom Winsor states that some officers who had not investigated crime for years were being put back on such duties and argues that a dated approach is a problem.
Self-interest 'hindering force collaboration' 08:19, 27th November GMT
Chief constables urge senior officers to "be brave" and more open-minded about working with other forces.
Hockey match to mark Glasgow helicopter crash anniversary 14:45, 27th November GMT
The match will be held to honour the efforts of the emergency services involved in the tragic incident.
'Train special constables to catch predatory paedophiles' 07:00, 27th November GMT
Expert says techniques "aren't rocket science" amid claims staff are overloaded in debate around "diversion" approach.