Building a diverse and representative police force in Warwickshire
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Warwickshire Police is recruiting for Police Constable Degree Apprenticeships (PCDA).
PCDA is an ideal route to policing whether you are at the start of your career or are looking for a new opportunity where you can make a positive impact to communities. During the three-year training programme, students serve as Police Constables from day one, earning a competitive salary, whilst studying for a fully funded university degree.
Warwickshire Police is keen to recruit people of all backgrounds, cultures and experiences to build a diverse and effective police service that is representative of Warwickshire communities.
You can find out more about the requirements, recruitment process and the fantastic opportunities available as part of a policing career by joining one of the engagement sessions organised by Warwickshire’s Positive Action Team.
These can be booked using the following links:
Events at The Benn Hall, Newbold Road, Rugby:
Wednesday 9 June 2021 – 6-7pm or 7.30-8.30pm
The Positive Action Team mentors and specifically supports people from underrepresented groups with their applications and during their police career. There are also a number of Warwickshire Staff Support networks including LGBT+, BME, Women’s, Disability and Christian Police Association.
Potential PCDA candidates are asked to register their interest online and will be notified when applications open in June 2021.