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North Wales Police are committed to diversifying our police service, and in the past year the government uplift programme to recruit 20,000 additional Police Constables across England and Wales by March 2023 has presented us with unique opportunities in achieving this.
We've been active in our communities, reaching out to people from under-represented community groups to join us as Police Constables.
We are now open for expressions of interest from all prospective candidates from all backgrounds. You will be eligible to register whether you are in possession of a degree or not. We wish you the very best of luck.
You can find out about the support we provide by registering your interest in applying by completing this Expression of Interest form (PDF) and sending this to:
Email: [email protected] orPost: Workforce Representation Team, North Wales Police Headquarters, Colwyn Bay, LL29 8AW
There’s never been a better time to join North Wales Police.
View our current vacancies.
Message from Deputy Chief Constable Richard Debicki
At North Wales Police we strive to create an inclusive workplace that reflects the communities we serve and where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic selves to work.
Standards and professionalism are at the core of what we do.
There is no place in policing for behaviours, language or actions that are unacceptable, unprofessional, disrespectful or offensive. The vast majority of the hard working officers and staff across policing as a whole in the UK find these types of behaviours impossible to accept, it is indeed hard to understand that someone could hold these views, less still express them to others.
Sadly, but understandably, the behaviour of a few has a hugely significant impact on the standing and reputation of policing.
I would like to reassure you all that such behaviour will not be tolerated in North Wales Police and if discovered or reported will be treated with the utmost priority.
We are committed to ensuring that our officers, staff and volunteers uphold the highest professional and personal standards and to delivering our aim of being the safest place in the UK.
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