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Starting Salary: £23,586 (provided you are offered a place on an IPLDP training course).

Location: Force Wide

Hours: 40 hours per week full-time, operating a shift pattern

Do you think you have what it takes to become a Police Constable?

Our officers are at the very heart of protecting communities across Cleveland by keeping people safe from harm, preventing and detecting crime and providing reassurance to victims and witnesses.

Cleveland Police is a 24/7 emergency service, and as such the role of Police Constable is fast paced, but rewarding. The role requires dedication and commitment and competition for places is fierce.

Our officers cover a wide variety of policing functions, whether it is out on patrol in our neighbourhoods or tackling crime on the roads, or investigating serious and organised crime. There is a raft of opportunities for promotion and work in specialist departments on successful completion of the probationary period.

If you think you have what it takes to become a police officer and make a difference to communities across Cleveland, please apply today via the online application form.

Please ensure you have read our guide and frequently asked questions fully before applying as this gives useful tips on how to submit a successful application. Further information can be found on the College of Policing website

The closing date for this advert is 25th September 2019 OR at 400 submitted applications, whichever is reached first.

Your application form must be submitted not later than 11.55pm on the specified closing date.

We wish you every success with your application and look forward to meeting you during the recruitment process.




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