Hampshire Constabulary is one of the region's largest employers. A third of our employees fulfil staff roles, supporting our frontline officers.
Hampshire Constabulary is committed to the aim of creating a diverse police service, which reflects the community it serves. In doing so we welcome applicants from multi-cultural communities, applicants with disabilities and applicants from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities.
With no two days the same, this is a role that is diverse, challenging, often demanding, but ultimately very rewarding. Police officers make a real difference to local communities by reducing anti-social behaviour and dealing with crime and disorder. With excellent training and development opportunities, becoming a police officer is a career like no other.
Policing in Hampshire offers the opportunity for experienced officers to work in a diverse area of the country. Our 1,600 square miles include major towns and cities, large rural areas, coastlines and ports which offer exciting new challenges for officers seeking a new challenge.
Police Staff provide vital support to the provision of our service. There are literally hundreds of different roles filled by Police Staff. Our jobs are as diverse as our community, ranging from data inputters to crime scene investigators. The sheer scope of careers within our force is immense.
Special Constables undertake a whole range of duties, supporting the regular force in policing Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Some crew our launches in the Solent, whilst others assist the Roads Policing Unit patrolling the highways and motorways across the region. Special Constables with us will start with our Response and Patrol teams responding to emergency calls across the County, or with Neighbourhood & Prevention teams helping to deal with matters at the heart of local communities.
Handling a range of 101 non-emergency and 999 calls that are as diverse as the community we serve, our Call Management opportunities in our Force Enquiry Centre and Force Control Room will see you at the front line of policing. This Police Staff role is one of the most varied and rewarding telephone-based customer service roles you're likely to find.
A role with variety, meaning and excitement - not to mention a great salary and benefits. PCSOs are committed to making the community safe, dealing with things that have a big impact on the quality of people's life. Patrolling the streets, being a visible police presence, building trust and confidence - the job satisfaction and variety is huge and you'll be playing a key part in reducing the fear of crime.
Hampshire Constabulary Volunteer Police Cadets are aged 13 to 17 years and have the opportunity to meet new people, develop leadership skills and engage with teams across the Constabulary. In addition to enhancing the lives of other young people, you'll have fun at the same time as gaining nationally recognised and accredited qualifications.
Can you spare some time to help local policing teams in your area? Our volunteers assist Police Officers, Special Constables, PCSOs and Police Staff in various capacities to enable us to focus on community priorities and visible policing.
TempForce is an exciting scheme set up within Hampshire Constabulary. We're looking for people from a wide range of backgrounds to join our team and be part of an organisation dedicated to preventing crime and protecting people.
ESP is a scheme where employees support their staff to volunteer as a Special Constable.
IAG volunteers advise us and our partners in community matters, providing a voice of the community and valuable insight and advice on a range of matters such as critical incidents, operational practice and planning, and the local impact our policies and procedures may have.
Due to changes currently taking place across the Force, Hampshire Constabulary is not currently recruiting Independent Advisory Group members.
Exciting opportunities for Year 10 and Year 11 pupils to experience what working for the Police is really like.
We want to complement our current leadership with new skills and experience - if you have already proved you can drive through change and put bold solutions in place, we'd like you to join us and lead our people in providing effective, innovative and efficient services.
The Graduate Leadership Programme offers outstanding graduates the opportunity to become a fully warranted officer with responsibility for an area that could be home to as many as 20,000 people.
Hampshire Constabulary is introducing a new and exciting opportunity for people outside of the uniformed police service to join the force as Detective Constables. If successful, you will be at the forefront of policing innovation as we train, support and encourage you in your role as a Detective.
Supporting People with Disabilities
Hampshire Constabulary's commitment to supporting current and prospective employees with a disability has been recognised. All applicants with a disability who meet the minimum criteria for a vacancy will be interviewed.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender
What is the Two Ticks symbol?
The Two Ticks positive about disability symbol is awarded by Jobcentre Plus to employers who have made commitments to employ, keep and develop the abilities of disabled staff.
What commitments does Hampshire Constabulary make?
Hampshire Constabulary is proud to be accredited under the Two Tick scheme following our commitment to: