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Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Become a Kent Police Support Volunteer

Kent Police are looking for local people to become Police Support Volunteers. Anyone aged 16 upwards can apply.

PSVs are citizen volunteers who give their time freely to perform tasks which complement the duties performed by police officers and staff. This helps free up officers and staff to perform key operational duties. Volunteer roles range from providing front counter services and administration to following up crime reports and incidents with members of the public. These volunteer roles provide significant benefits to the Police Service and to local communities.

Volunteering for the police provides opportunities for people to use their skills, experience, knowledge and enthusiasm to help the force reduce crime and anti-social behaviour. By working alongside a range of police professionals, you can also help reduce the fear of crime.

There are many benefits to volunteering;

- Make a positive contribution to help reduce crime, disorder and fear of crime in your community.

- Gain valuable skills, experience and knowledge in one of the UK's most innovative police forces.

- Engage and interact with people from different backgrounds.

- Work as part of a team in a professional working environment.

- Meet new people and make new friends.

No previous experience or formal qualifications needed - just enthusiasm.

Find out more:
Call 01622 653212

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