Here at North Wales Police, we encourage all our staff and civil servants to use Welsh in their daily lives at work. Therefore, we require all new recruits to demonstrate a basic knowledge of the Welsh language (L2 proficiency). However, we do provide support and advice to help you reach the required level. Please use the link below to access our Welsh online support documents www.north-wales.police.uk/recruitment-home/welsh-language-resources/level-2-welsh We want you to be successful throughout the recruitment process and you can familiarise yourself with the recruitment and verification process by visiting the Police Constable pages on our North Wales Police website before you start your application. Here you will find detailed information about our terms and conditions and information about the different steps you take in the selection process. If you are interested in affirmative action support, please email: PositiveAction@nthwales.pnn.police.uk Could you join your local police service and make a difference in your community? If you meet the eligibility criteria, you will be asked to complete a behavioural style questionnaire and a situational assessment test – these tests are designed to assess your compatibility with the role of the police officer. To learn more about these tests, please follow this link www.north-wales.police.uk/recruitment-home/why-be-a-police-officer/how-to-apply-e-recruitment We are committed to diversifying our policing service, and over the past year, the government`s grant program has provided us with unique opportunities to do just that. We have been active in the community reaching people from under-represented groups and anyone with protected characteristics to join North Wales Police. You can find out more about our support by visiting our Positive Action page. Our workforce representation team can also assist you throughout the recruitment process if you need the appropriate adjustments. We actively encourage and support applicants to achieve Level 2 in Welsh Language Skills before enrolling, and you can find out more by visiting our Welsh Language Resources page. Black, Asian and ethnic minorities, the LGBT+ community, candidates with disabilities (if their disability would still allow them to fill the role).
We are now accepting applications for the role of Police Officer, so please click below to begin your application. Click here for a user guide (PDF) to assist you in our online application process. Please visit our website for more details on the role, eligibility criteria and application process. We are aware that while the diversity of our employees is improving, we are not yet fully representative. And we are working to correct this imbalance through positive action. You must have a diploma in professional police services or a diploma in professional policing in 2022 to apply. If you do not have the right degree, you will not be considered in this application process. Click Apply to launch your app now.
This position will be maintained until the 9th. December 2022 will be available on Prospects North Wales Police is committed to developing an organisation that is representative of the communities we are proud of, where we put diversity at the heart of everything we do. There has never been a better time to join North Wales Police. Apply now to be in a unique position to make North Wales the safest place in the UK. The first part of the application checks if you are eligible to apply for the position. Please make sure you have checked our criteria before applying. Please note that as part of your application as a police officer, you must prove that you have obtained a Level A passport (Class A-E) or a Level 3 qualification upon successful completion OR take the online numerical and verbal reasoning test. To stay safe in your job search, we encourage you to visit SAFERjobs, a non-profit, joint industry and law enforcement organization dedicated to fighting employment fraud.