Police Now Constable
Police Now’s National Graduate Leadership Programme offers outstanding graduates the opportunity to pursue a highly ambitious vision for social change. Its aim? To break the intergenerational cycle of crime in the most challenged areas by creating safe, confident communities in which people can thrive.
This two-year programme operates at pace and intensity. And the challenge is unique. Graduates become fully warranted neighbourhood police officers with responsibility for an area that could be home to as many as 20,000 people. They get to know their communities: the problems, the prominent offenders and the crime hotspots within them. And right from the beginning, they are expected to use innovative ideas and tactics to tackle the toughest problems and deliver high impact results.
The programme is challenging but graduates are supported by mentors, coaches and line managers. Frontline training is delivered by over 40 different experts and a whole range of operational police officers. Opportunities to undertake prestigious secondments with Police Now’s partner organisations give graduates exposure to a wide range of industries and sectors. The skills and experience graduates gain throughout the Police Now programme ensures that they are highly in demand, whether they choose to stay in policing or pursue a career elsewhere.
This is a challenge that extends beyond the basic mission of the police to prevent crime and disorder. It’s the chance to be a leader in society and on the policing frontline.
As Police Now is expanding to work with more and more forces across England and Wales, there are even more opportunities for outstanding graduates to step forward and change the story, not just today but for generations to come.
Applications for entry in 2019 are currently open and include the option to apply for Cambridgeshire Constabulary and other forces across England and Wales: https://eu1.advorto.com/PoliceNow/VacancyInformation.aspx?VId=23341&source=cambs
Further information about the programme can be found at www.policenow.org.uk