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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
ACPO President to retire 08:50, 19th October GMT
Former PSNI chief constable announces decision to stand down at the end of the year as new body is created to replace ACPO.
Terrorism: Suspects 'acquired gun and officer pictures' 13:44, 17th October GMT
Suspects charged with terrorist related offences alleged to have pictures of officers and staff.
Durham chief receives QPM 08:19, 19th October GMT
Chief Constable Mike Barton received the accolade and cited as delivering a "massive vote of confidence" in his force.
Politicians suggest draft bill to remove PCCs 07:58, 18th October GMT
Cross party committee recommends a draft bill to recall PCCs after calling for greater accountability of public officials.
Man jailed for 'significantly wounding' officer 13:11, 17th October GMT
Sergeant suffered serious wound after man bit his hand as he was being booked into custody.
Minister: Wildlife crime stats should be reformed 12:04, 17th October GMT
Statement follows PoliceOracle.com highlighting paucity of offences recording in official figures.
Ferocious fire rescue: Officers saved man's life 08:38, 18th October GMT
Award for two courageous PCs who attended 'Die Hard-style' blaze at petrol station after man set himself alight.
Two brave officers fend off knife attack 08:20, 19th October GMT
Man turned weapon on PCs after they tried to save his life when he pushed blade into his stomach.
OSPRE 1: Constable to Sergeant Week 4 10:00, 17th October GMT
In the fourth week of the series we look at the first three chapters from Blackstone's General Police Duties manual; The Policing Family, Complaints and Misconduct and Unsatisfactory Performance and Attendance.
Sergeant who tackled knifeman wins Police Bravery Award 07:31, 17th October GMT
'I was focused on staying alive,' says Met officer who heroically wrestled samurai-wielding suspect to the ground.