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We’re always looking for committed people to join us and keep our communities safe in Warwickshire.
We're committed to fostering a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve and encourage individuals from under-represented groups and communities to join us.
We’re a small force with a family feel, and we have career opportunities for new and experienced officers in local policing and protective services, for professional services staff and for volunteers. We value diversity and welcome people with a variety of skills, attitudes and experiences, from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures, who can bring fresh ideas and perspectives to policing.
Visit our Youtube page to find out more about some of the roles we offer and hear from people who are working for us.
During your application and selection process, we will measure your knowledge, skills and ability against your chosen role. We will also ensure that you commit to doing the right things, in the right ways, for the right reasons. This is measured against the national ethical policing principles: the Code of Ethics
Courage: Making, communicating and being accountable for decisions, and standing against anything that could bring our profession into disrepute.
Respect and empathy: Encouraging, listening to and understanding the views of others, and seeking to recognise and respond to the physical, mental and emotional challenges that we and other people may face.
Public service: Working in the public interest, fostering public trust and confidence, and taking pride in providing and excellent service to the public.
More details can be found by clicking on the following link: Ethical policing principles | College of Policing
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