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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
Discrimination: Officer awarded thousands 07:34, 23rd September GMT
Sergeant awarded more than £200,000 from force after it was found that senior officers discriminated against him following hard fought battle.
Union warns over police hospital trip journey times 07:37, 23rd September GMT
PCC also criticises plans to close units where section 136 detainees are assessed, saying officers will bear extra strain.
Officers praised for policing of referendum trouble 15:56, 22nd September GMT
Police Scotland thanks the frontline for helping to ensure that there was not disorder in wake of vote.
Public 'would decide officer numbers' under Labour reforms 07:29, 23rd September GMT
Party unveils raft of new policing policies, including greater say for local councils.
Anti-crime roadshows: Sergeant in line for award 07:39, 23rd September GMT
Police officer responsible for events for older people and parents of young children shortlisted for Suzy Lamplugh Trust gong.
'No silver bullets' to solve staff pay dispute 07:30, 23rd September GMT
Union officials at Devon and Cornwall Police have said they will engage members fully going forward.
Largest police search deployment for missing schoolgirl 14:42, 22nd September GMT
Metropolitan Police have deployed 600 personnel from eight forces in largest search operation since 7/7 bombings.
PCCs support changing 'fundamentally flawed' police governance 14:00, 22nd September GMT
Following Labour's announcement that they will scrap elected commissioners and replace them with policing boards, PCCs accept that current model is flawed.
Wave goodbye: surpressing tele-communications 12:33, 1st September GMT
Volker Brands and Gerhard Seifried describe how law enforcement authorities can effectively block communications in an area and trace the use of illegal jammers.
Rising to the challenge of tech-based crime 12:34, 1st September GMT
Technology is changing the very nature of criminality in society, but it can transform police work in the same way – if officers and forces are ready to embrace it, writes Gary Mason.