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Norfolk on the look-out for new Special Constables
New recruits are being sought to join Norfolk’s team of more than 200 committed Special Constables.
Norfolk’s Special Constabulary is hosting a recruitment evening on Tuesday 27th June 2017 at 7pm in The Forum, Norwich.
The county currently has some 222 special constables who regularly give up their spare time to assist their regular police colleagues in the fight against crime.
Norfolk continues to be on the look-out for committed individuals who are keen to experience the world of policing while supporting their local community.
Specials manager Sue Goode, said: “Being a Special is a very fulfilling and interesting role where no two duties are the same.
“They are entrusted with considerable responsibilities and every time they come on duty they face the same challenges and problems encountered by regular officers.
“We are very proud of the team we currently havein Norfolk and we would be keen for anyone who may be keen togain new skills ortogive something back to their community to get in touch.
“Whatever your motivation, becoming a Special can be exciting, challenging and rewarding.”
The role of a Special Constable includes providing highly visibility patrols and helping police major incidents and events. They also offer vital links in the partnership between the police service and the public.
The recruitment event is due to take place at 7pm The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich, NR2 1TF.
Attendees will be given information on the recruitment process, the roles of a Special Constable and have the opportunity to meet a number of those already out on the beat.
If you are unable to make the evening, but would still like to find out more, please call the above number or visit our website at http://www.norfolk.police.uk/.