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His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh: 1921 - 2021.
Officers and staff throughout the police service offer their sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family.
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What is Citizens in Policing?
Citizens in Policing is the term used to describe the thousands of people across the UK who give up their time to support the police. The role of citizens in policing is vital – volunteers increase the capacity of our constabularies, bringing valuable skills and expertise to police teams, creating closer and more effective relationships with our communities.
Volunteering in North Wales
There are three types of volunteers at North Wales Police – Special Constables, Police Support Volunteers and Cadets, who often work alongside each other in a team approach. Find out more about these roles and opportunities below.
If you think this is the career for you, please complete an Expression of Interest form to get in touch.
You can also find out if you’re eligible for the support we provide by visiting our Positive Action team page.
View our current vacancies.
The Special Constabulary is a crucial element of Team NWP.
Police support volunteers complement and support police staff.
Learn about policing and have fun with our cadet scheme!
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