Become a Police Support Volunteer

Do you want to get involved in your community?

Have you considered volunteering?

Police support volunteers are people who give time and enthusiasm to make a difference to their community. We’re looking for committed people who will help us create a safer Cambridgeshire.

No particular experience is required and we will provide you with all the necessary training, support and development. So, if you can give a few hours each week, then becoming a police support volunteer could be for you.

When you volunteer, you’ll become part of Cambridgeshire Constabulary and learn about how your local police force works. You may want to utilise your existing skills, enhance your CV, or just meet new people. In return, we’ll help you gain valuable skills and provide you with training for your specific role.

Volunteers can assist in a variety of ways, such as:

  • Supporting the Major Crime Unit
  • Co-ordinating Speed Watch
  • Contacting and helping victims of crime
  • Operating CCTV
  • Working on crime reduction initiatives
  • Helping out with IT and administration
  • Volunteering with our local policing teams on community engagement projects

As long as you are aged 18 or over and have the commitment and passion to work with our communities then we want to hear from you.

To find out what roles we have available and how to apply, please click here

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