Do you want to work for North Wales Police, but not as a front line officer? Have you considered a police staff role?

We have a huge range of police staff opportunities across the Force, so you can pursue an exciting career whatever your chosen field. Working alongside frontline officers, police staff keep the force operating smoothly.

Whether you assist with investigations or process payroll, everyone has a part to play. From intelligence analysts, to press officers, to crime scene investigators - everyone plays a key role in making North Wales a safer place.

We offer full-time or part-time roles, and all police staff enjoy these benefits:

  • At least 25 days annual leave (pro rata for part-time roles)
  • Paid bank holiday entitlements
  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Generous maternity/paternity/adoption leave entitlements
  • Generous sick pay provisions
  • Access to on-site gyms and fitness classes
  • Option to become a member of UNISON, the public service union
  • Discounts from various retailers via the Blue Light Scheme

Sound good? Visit our recruitment portal to view all our current police staff vacancies.

You can also follow us of Facebook and Twitter for future vacancies. 

Are you eligible?

Eligibility requirements for the police service are fairly detailed. We don’t want you to spend time filling out the application form only to discover that we can’t accept you! Answer these questions to find out whether you’re eligible to apply...

Frequently asked questions

Yes I will – continue to the next question.

No I will not – you cannot apply for Police staff roles until you are 16 (or 18 if shift work is involved). 

Yes I am – continue to the next question.

No I am not – you cannot apply for this or any other role within NWP.

Yes I have – continue to the next question

No I have not – depending on how long you have been out of the country, you may not be able to apply. If it was for more than six months, please contact our Recruitment Team to discuss this further. Continue to the next question.

No I have not – continue to the next question.

Yes I have – this vetting information provides more details.

No I have not – continue to the next question. However, be aware that other types of criminal conviction may affect your application. If you have any concerns please contact our Recruitment Team to discuss.

Yes I have – this vetting information provides more details.

No I am not – continue to the next question.

Yes I am – you cannot apply for this or any other role within NWP.

No I do not – continue.

Yes I do – tattoos are allowed, but they must not be offensive or undermine the dignity and authority of your role.

During your application we will ask you to send us a photo and a description of your tattoos.

Some examples of tattoos we would not accept are:

  • swear words
  • naked bodies
  • weapons that are not linked to a tribute to your service in the armed forces
  • any tattoo ridiculing a particular belief or religion

Your interview

Interviews are based on the Competency and Values Framework [PDF], your research into North Wales Police and the role you have applied for.

 

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North Wales Police embraces diversity. We welcome applications from everyone.