Police Constable Transferee - ARV

Posted on 18th May 2022

Police Constable Transferee - ARV

Vacancy Information

Operations Command are seeking to recruit Police Officers from Home Office forces who are currently qualified as ARV staff or who have been ARV qualified in the last three years.

Operations Command works across Surrey and Sussex delivering a service to both forces. We take a positive approach to doing things differently. Everything we do is driven by the desire to ensure our officers and staff work in the best way for the public.

As a valued member of our warm and welcoming family, you’ll be valued as an individual, and trusted to do your job and make your own decisions. Here, you will have a real opportunity to get your voice heard. With support to become the best you can be, both professionally and personally, you will enjoy scope to take on a range of roles, specialise in areas that interest you, and take advantage of progression opportunities.

The Role

Operations Command are looking for applications from Constables to join their successful team in delivering armed policing the counties of Surrey and Sussex.

This is an exciting time to be involved in the challenges of delivered armed policing. You will be rewarded with opportunities to develop your career in a supportive team environment.

Officers from under-represented groups bring a range of unique skills and experiences to their roles and to the organisation. With a growing and changing population in Sussex it is important we continue to understand and reflect the communities we serve. It is equally important that as an employer we develop our under represented officers into our senior leaders.

We would encourage officers from under-represented groups to join our force to help us reach our aims of reflecting our communities.

Key Responsibilities

Delivering Armed policing in accordance with Authorised Professional Practice and delivering general policing skills.

Skills & Experience

We seek candidates who are qualified now or have been within the last three years to ARV standard.

Contact Details

Should you have any queries please contact: Inspector Scott - james.scott1@sussex.police.uk

Additional Information

What Sussex Police can offer you…
-National Salary plus £1,500 South East allowance.
-Police pension
-Training and development opportunities
-Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) covering a range of health, wellbeing and lifestyle issues
-Support and advice from Occupational Health and a range of staff associations and access to a range of services - Charitable Trust and Police Mutual
-Childcare Vouchers. You can use the vouchers to pay for registered or approved childcare, this includes nurseries, child minders, breakfast and after school clubs and can be used for children up to the age of 16.
-Access to subsidised gym (depending on location)
-Staff Support Networks which include: Evolve, Race Equality Network, Gay Police Association and Sussex Police Disability & Careers Association.
-Lifestyle Discounts which include travel subsidiaries, an eye care scheme and more

Diversity Statement

We are only as good as our people. It's really important to us that our officers and staff can be themselves in the workplace and we believe that as an organisation we'll benefit from the variety of thinking, approach and skills that diversity can bring; all of which helps us to deliver a better policing service.

We have worked really hard to create a safe, open and inclusive culture. We have a range of staff networking groups to provide specific support and advice and we are proud to be members of Stonewall and Disability Confident, and to be aligned with the Armed Forces Covenant and the HeForShe movement.

We value the differences that people bring from all backgrounds and communities so, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, disability, social status or religious beliefs, we would love to hear from you.


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