We are not currently accepting applications for the role
of Police Community Support Officers, Work Experience
or Volunteer Cadet - please monitor this site for
We are currently accepting applications for the roles of:
Police Officer - Have You Got What it Takes?
North Wales Police are now accepting applications for the roles
of Police Constables. If you think YOU can
contribute to a Safer North Wales and looking to apply, download an
Police Staff - Modern Apprenticeship
Administration Assistant, Roads Policing
An exciting opportunity has arisen within North Wales Police to
recruit an apprentice in Llandegai. The successful applicant
will work in a supportive environment and provide general
administration/customer service support. As well as building
on skills the Apprentice will work towards an NVQ level 3 in
Business Administration and/or Customer Service and work in a
supportive environment where they can use their skills and
contribute to team objectives.
Learn more about this exciting opportunity here.
We are now recruiting for the role of Special Constable. Find
out more here.
Have you got the investigative qualities, enthusiasm and
commitment to make a safer North Wales?
We are seeking to recruit qualified, skilled and experienced
Detective Constables from other Home Office Forces to support Local
Policing Service delivery across the force area as well as within
our specialist detective roles.
Applicants must have successfully completed the Initial Crime
Investigators Development Programme (ICIDP) or equivalent CID
Download an application form here.
Police Support Volunteers
Police Support Volunteers are members of the
community who give their time freely to undertake additional duties
and activities to those currently performed by the extended
policing family, adding great value to services already provided.
We are looking for people aged 16 upwards from a wide range of
backgrounds and sections of the community.
For further information please contact our Volunteers
recruitment team on 01492 804699 or email enquiries to SSF
Welsh Language Volunteer Mentors
North Wales Police is committed to improving and enhancing its
capacity to deliver on citizen focussed policing. The Force is also
required to conform to duties in accordance with linguistic
legislation in Wales. In these aims the force has introduced an
extensive development and training programme for all staff to
enable them to acquire, improve on and gain confidence in using the
Welsh Language whether it is for serving members of the public or
conducting internal business. To aid this ongoing programme, North
Wales Police welcomes Welsh speaking volunteers from the community
who would like to assist its endeavours in helping staff gain
confidence in using the Welsh language.
Interested volunteers are invited to submit ideas as to how they
envisage they could assist in this way eg mentoring on a one to one
basis or by running a workshop, supporting the use of written
Welsh, and so on.
Should anyone like to speak about this opportunity please contact
Meic Raymant, Head of Welsh Language Services, who would be
happy to talk through ideas on 01286 670810.
North Wales Police is an equal opportunities
employer and is totally committed to the principles of equality and
diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the
community. Indeed, to ensure our service is fully representative of
the communities it serves we welcome applications from under
represented groups particularly fluent Welsh speakers.