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A police support volunteer is someone who gives their skills and time freely to perform tasks which are designed to enhance the work of the police and to provide additional support to local communities.
Police support volunteers assist police officers and staff with various tasks enabling them to concentrate on core policing duties, which means more officers on the streets and improved community support. Maintaining a high police presence in our communities will also help us to achieve our aim to reduce crime, disorder and fear.
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals who would like to get involved in a range of activities. Volunteer roles will vary in many ways depending on the needs of the police service.
Is there a particular area of policing of interest to you? If so, please contact the Citizens in Policing Co-ordinator who would be happy to assist in exploring opportunities for you.
Volunteering will offer you:
Expenses are provided for travelling and out of pocket costs.
No formal qualifications are required however, we expect honesty, integrity and a sense of commitment and for some roles there will be specialist skills required to perform the role. Effective communication, interaction, literacy and IT skills are highly desirable. Volunteers should also display a positive and friendly attitude coupled with a willingness to learn.
Heddlu Dyfed-Powys Police welcome applications from individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds regardless of their age, sex, disability, race, religion/faith, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership and pregnancy/maternity.
Do you have what it takes to inspire, coach and support young people? Become a Volunteer Assistant Cadet Leader with Dyfed-Powys Police.
The aims of the Volunteer Police Cadets are -
As an Assistant Cadet Leader your duties will include helping to deliver the training programme at the scheduled weekly evening meetings, supporting our young volunteers to achieve their goals, as well as helping to develop their skills and encouraging them to become good citizens within their own communities. The Assistant Cadet Leader full role profile is below.
We have a number of opportunities for Volunteer Assistant Cadet Leaders across the force area within our 7 cadet units at Newtown, Brecon, Ammanford, Llanelli, Pembroke, Cardigan, and Carmarthen.
If you require any further details, please contact the force Citizens in Policing Co-ordinator by email on [email protected]