Warwickshire Police is recruiting
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Applications will open in June for Police Constable Degree Apprenticeships (PCDA).
Potential candidates are asked to register their interest on line and will be notified as soon as applications open.
Sergeant Kate Wallace, from Warwickshire Police Positive Action team said “PCDA is an ideal route for people at the start of their career journey or for those who seek a new, personally and professionally rewarding role where they can make a positive difference to communities.
We’re looking for people from all walks of life; the more our police officers represent the diverse communities we serve, the better we work together.
That’s why it’s really important that people from all backgrounds, ages, ethnicities, faiths, abilities, gender and sexual orientation, apply to join the police.”
As a small force, Warwickshire Police has a unique inclusive culture and provides on-going training, personal development, support and guidance to officers throughout their career. Whilst the vast-majority of new recruits start off doing frontline police work, the opportunities for career progression are huge and varied.
The three-year training course provides the opportunity to earn and learn on the job. It offers a fully funded Staffordshire University degree in Professional Policing Practice and a salary starting from £22,065, rising to over £25,000 in the final year.
You can find out more about PCDA and police careers here.
The Warwickshire Police Positive Action Team is there to support applications from all under-represented groups and can be contacted on 07866 215216 or by email.