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Volunteering Opportunities

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Which role is right for you?

Are you over 18?

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Do you have a minimum of 4 hours a week available to volunteer?

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Consider becoming a Volunteer Cadet

Cadets Summary ImageYou may be interested in finding out more about Lincolnshire Police Volunteer Cadets.

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Are you interested in the work of regular police officers, but on a voluntary basis?

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Consider becoming a Police Support Volunteer

PSV Summary ImageOur Police Support Volunteers help provide additional support to officers and staff by offering their time, diverse skills and enthusiasm. Whether you are interested in supporting your local policing team, offering your language or specialist skills or looking to learn new skills and build your CV, Lincolnshire Police may have the perfect volunteering opportunity for you.

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Consider becoming a Special Constable.

Special ConstablesBecoming a volunteer Special Constable is a great way for you to make a difference in your community, whilst at the same time developing your personal skills and experiences.

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As a volunteer, would you like to provide reassurance and a uniformed presence to members of the public?

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Consider becoming a Volunteer PCSO

VPCSO EpauletteThe role of a Volunteer PCSO is varied, but if you are interested in a patrolling role where you can make a difference in your community, this role could be suitable for you.

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Consider becoming a Police Support Volunteer

PSV Summary ImageOur Police Support Volunteers help provide additional support to officers and staff by offering their time, diverse skills and enthusiasm. Whether you are interested in supporting your local policing team, offering your language or specialist skills or looking to learn new skills and build your CV, Lincolnshire Police may have the perfect volunteering opportunity for you.

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Volunteer Recruitment Events

We will be holding informal recruitment information events where you will be able to learn more about the available volunteer roles within the force.

Hosted by members of the Special Constabulary, Volunteer Challenge Team and supported by active volunteers from across the Lincolnshire Police family, you are invited to join us over tea/coffee to explore the role and what you can bring to our force.

Events have been arranged as follows:

DateLocationTime
Thursday 23 April 2015Spalding Police Station7pm start
Thursday 30 April 2015Boston Police Station7pm start
Sunday 10 May 2015Skegness Police Station11am start

Click here to register your attendance at your chosen event

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Police Support Volunteers

Police Support Volunteers (PSVs) undertake a wide range of roles across the Force and we are increasing the opportunities available as part of the 1,000 Volunteer Challenge project.

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Do you have a minimum of 4 hours a week spare time? Could you use this time to make a positive contribution towards making your community a safer place?

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Volunteer Cadets

Cadets will be taught about the law, police procedures, drill, first aid and also learn about some of the specialist units within the Force.

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Volunteer Police Community Support Officers

Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) are a uniformed and highly visible presence who perform a patrolling role to provide reassurance to the communities they serve. Volunteer PCSOs will support PCSOs in their role.

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Updated: 1st April 2015 at 16:33
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Lincolnshire Police 1,000 Volunteer Challenge Project

Alan Hardwick, Lincolnshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC), has set Lincolnshire Police the objective of increasing the numbers of policing volunteers to 1,000 within the county by April 2016. 
Date Created: 15th May 2013  Last Updated: 15th July 2014