Are you looking for a new, varied and exciting career where no two days are the same? Then the role of a Police Officer could be for you!
We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic people who are committed to our vision of safeguarding the community by working together to provide a first class service that is visible and accessible, ensuring that our communities remain safe. As a Dyfed Powys Police Officer you will respond to the needs of the public with fairness and respect whilst abiding by the policing Code of Ethics.
Dyfed Powys Police is committed to recruiting more people from our diverse communities in order to be fully representative of the communities we serve. If you are eligible for positive action please register your interest by clicking on the link below:
Applicants from all backgrounds and ethnic groups are encouraged to express an interest. We are committed to making equality a reality both within the organisation and through the policing service we provide.
For more information about Positive Action please see the link below:
From 2019 Dyfed Powys Police will be working in collaboration with our partner University – The University of South Wales in an exciting new venture whereby we will be offering the chance to achieve a new qualification in policing which is a step towards professionalising the Police Officer role. As such Dyfed Powys Police will be offering new entry routes into the force:
You must be a person who thrives on challenges, and are willing to work hard to learn the skills necessary for this difficult but critical role. You will be working shifts and you will have a comprehensive training programme that will be delivered over a period of 24 months for the degree holder entry programme (DHEP) or 36 months for the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship programme (PCDA).
The role of Police Officer can be a tough and unpredictable job, but it is also an extremely rewarding position. Through our comprehensive training programme you will learn to:
- protect the public from violence
- provide a reassuring presence in the community
- support victims of crime and offer help to those who have witnessed crimes
- investigate complex crimes using a mixture of cutting-edge technology and time-proven traditional methods
If you do not have a Level 3 qualification, you will be required to undertake an academic suitability test for Verbal Reasoning & Calculation as part of the application process. You can practice these tests prior to applying here.
Police Officer recruitment is now closed. Candidates who have already submitted an application, can monitor the status of their application here.