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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!

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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
Broadcaster favours 28-day limit after year on bail 15:35, 4th March GMT
Paul Gambaccini experienced '12 months of trauma' after he was re-bailed repeatedly following his arrest as part of Operation Yewtree.
Latest custody digest published 14:32, 4th March GMT
The fallout from the death of a man who died in police custody is the top story in this month's digest.
Plebgate: PC Rowland accepts £80,000 in damages 11:44, 4th March GMT
Development comes after High Court judge ruled that Mr Mitchell had called officer a 'pleb' during notorious exchange in 2012.
Police 'must face prosecution' for custody deaths 12:04, 4th March GMT
Inquest jurors returned death by misadventure verdict but criticised officers' use of restraint.
Force's rape gang investigation failings 'not deliberate' 08:49, 4th March GMT
Wholesale misunderstanding of child sexual exploitation is likely to have caused failure to detect systematic sexual abuse over nearly five years, report finds.
Shoplifting has practically been decriminalised, says MP 06:00, 4th March GMT
David Lammy claims officers are discouraging reporting of some types of property crime because 'it's not worth the paperwork'.
SIO Corner: Critical Incidents 10:40, 4th March GMT
This week we look at how and when an incident can be deemed critical.
Police officers moonlighting as mechanics and chimney sweeps 07:00, 4th March GMT
Freedom of information requests to every force in England reveal on average 13 per cent of officers in each force have registered business interests.
Electronic tagging 'has no impact on crime' 08:43, 4th March GMT
New College of Policing evidence base suggests tagging has no real effect, but makes clear conclusion is based on 'outdated' reviews.
Former police chaplain jailed over indecent images 14:49, 3rd March GMT
Stephen Talbot, who was guilty of "an enormous breach of trust", tried to destroy evidence of his crimes on his computer.