To assist local Police Volunteer Cadet Corps. Promote equality of opportunity to the people of Lincolnshire and treat all individuals fairly with dignity and respect. To provide a high quality, customer focused, administrative support in accordance with the Staff Charter, Serving with PRIDE.
What you will be doing
Roles and tasks may vary, but will include:
- To work with and assist the Volunteer Cadets as directed by the District Chief Inspector.
- To assist in the development of Police Volunteer Cadet Corps.
- To assist with the organising and administering of the Police Volunteer Cadet Corps as directed by the Volunteer line manager.
- Undertake other clerical and administrative tasks when requested and agreed by the volunteer line manager.
Skills, experience and qualities needed
Prior experience in or knowledge of Police duties and tasks would be advantageous although not essential.
Additionally, we are looking for people who are:
- confident providing advice and information
- able to work flexibly and as part of a team
- have experience in team leading and youth work
Location and times
The role will be based at Lincoln/Boston/Skegness/Louth/Bourne/Grantham Police Station.
The role will require a regular commitment of at least 3 hours per week on a Wednesday evening.
Additional hours to be of mutual agreement between the volunteer and the supervisor, but to fit around the volunteers other commitments.
Training and support
All volunteers receive a local induction and a Volunteer Handbook with all the information you will need to support you in your role. Any training required will be provided through Cadet Leaders (Staff) via the District Chief Inspector.
You will have the Cadet Leader Liaison as a line manager, as well as the support of the V1000 Team at police HQ. In addition, you will have a local volunteer contact available to answer any questions you may have, support you throughout your time with us, and to organise social events with other volunteers in your area
Expenses will be paid for travelling between your home and the station.
This role will require a security check and for you to sign an agreement to maintain confidentiality, as you may have access to sensitive material.
What to do if you are interested
Apply now or contact:
The Volunteer Team
Tel: (01522) 947064
Code of Ethics / PRIDE
Volunteers will be required to abide by the Forces Code of Ethics at all times.
All volunteers will perform their role in accordance with the Force principles of Policing with P.R.I.D.E.
- Professionalism - Consistently demonstrating the highest standards of occupational practice and behaviour
- Respect - Showing consideration and courtesy to our community and our colleagues and respect for our Force
- Integrity - Showing honesty, openness and fairness in the way we behave
- Dedication - Being caring and committed to delivering excellent services
- Empathy - Being able to see things from another's point of view and show understanding
Equality and diversity
All volunteers are required to carry out their role in a way that supports the Force Diversity Objectives.
Health and safety
Volunteers will take will take all reasonable care of themselves and of others who may be affected by their acts or omissions.
Line managers and volunteers should be aware of the relevant risk assessment for the role. Along with the generic Risk Assessment for all roles – 5010 Working on Police Premises
Safeguarding and children vulnerable adults
Lincolnshire Police has a duty to promote the welfare of, and safeguard of children and vulnerable adults. Volunteers are required to comply with Force Policy and Standard Operating Procedures in respect of safeguarding children and vulnerable adults.
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