Recruiting now for Transfer of Scores Police Officers
Have you completed the National Police Officer Assessment Centre in the last 2 years?
Dorset Police are now accepting applications for transferred Assessment Centre scores from other forces, this will fast track you through the process to the Final Force Interview. Submit your application before the 5th November.
Careers with us are as varied as you are.
From your first day in our organisation, making a difference is what you will do.
As a member of our force you will help people every day, where no two days are the same! With constant professional development opportunities available you will grow throughout your career. After successfully completing your studies and probationary period, you can look to specialise, move roles or study for promotion. There are over 200 uniformed roles available!
We are next opening for Police Officer recruitment on the 5th November, this will be for those who have not already sat the assessment centre for another Force. To express your interest in this role please click the button below.
Joining with a degree
Your Uniformed Police career will start with a two or three year probation, where you will learn all the tools you need, from protecting yourself all the way through to every aspect of law you will need.
It doesn’t matter what subject your degree is in. The important thing is that by earning one you’ve already demonstrated the ability to research, evaluate and present evidence.
Pre join degree
This route sees a potential recruit to the police service paying for their own degree – students will need to choose the university they wish to attend which is offering this qualification. This course will be underpinned by the single National Police Curriculum. Any other courses, such as degrees in criminology, law and police science, will not be recognised under this entry route and applicants studying for such degrees will enter under the DHEP programme.
On completion of their degree in Professional Policing, potential recruits will apply to join in the same way as applicants from the other two entry routes.
After your probation....
Being a visible presence in your community is key for Police Officers. Working in small teams in your station you will put your problem solving, communications skills and partnership working to great use preventing and detecting crime.
Making the roads safer, saving lives and reducing injury while working with lots of other teams is day to day business for our roads policing teams.
Providing a dedicated armed response capability to our communities is a delicate job. Joining a highly trained and motivated team ready to protect other officers and members of the public is just some of the things you could do.
From detecting crime, chasing suspects, finding stolen articles, money and drugs is something that you could enjoy with your 'live in partner' who goes everywhere with you and always has your back!
If maintaining public order and being in the thick of the action is what you are all about, our Force Support Group could be something you would like. You will be called up in times of public disturbances and lots of interesting and challenging situations.