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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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They're people from all walks of life who choose to spend their free time helping us to help others. Helping us to improve the communities in which we all live and work. Helping us achieve our vision of a safer North Wales.
They may be at home bringing up a family, in full-time employment, between jobs, studying or retired - but they all give their precious spare time free of charge for the good of the local community.
For many Specials, the satisfaction of helping the community is reward enough. That feeling when you get home and know you've made a real difference to somebody today. But it's not the only benefit...
Every one of our Specials - from youngest to oldest - brings a unique set of skills and life experiences to their team, giving our officers new perspectives on the situations they encounter every day.
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.
Special Constabulary National Strategy [PDF]
ESP National Strategy [PDF]
Learn about life as a special constable.
Learn about the application process and whether you're eligible.
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