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Volunteering at this force

Lincolnshire Police has a growing team of volunteers and recruits into a number of roles. The roles are Special Constable, Police Support Volunteer, Police Cadet and Volunteer Police Community Support Officer, which is a role unique to the force.

There are more than 160 Special Constables supporting regular officers to respond to incidents, patrol neighbourhoods, attend community events and help keep busy town centres safe at night. They make a significant contribution to combating rural and wildlife crime in a county where farming is big business.

Young people aged 13-18 years from all backgrounds can join one of the seven Cadet Corps located across the county. Cadets learn about the law and police procedures and take part in sporting and social activities. They undertake charitable and community projects and support police or multi-agency events or initiatives. Overall, the aim of the Cadet Corps is to support young people to make thoughtful choices and reach their full potential as good citizens.

Lincolnshire has over 200 Police Support Volunteers, many of whom support front-line policing. The roles are varied and include cleaning police vehicles, providing administrative support to teams and assisting with police officer training. There is also an award-winning team of ‘REVIVE’ volunteers who provide one –to-one support for vulnerable or elderly victims.

In 2014, Lincolnshire introduced an innovative volunteer role: the Volunteer Police Community Support Officer to complement the Police Community Support Officer role. They are based in towns and villages across the county, where they help deal with local issues and act as the eyes and ears of the police.

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Latest vacancies with this force

ARC Offender Support Volunteer (Ref: 116) – Lincolnshire Police

Lincoln - Lincolnshire

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Purpose This role will provide support to the ARC (Assisting Rehabilitation through Collaboration) team...

Skills Required

Communication Skills, Empathetic, Good Listening Skills,

Skills Gained

Benefitting your community, Support and training, Working as a Team,

REVIVE Volunteer (Ref: 74)

Lincolnshire

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REVIVE Volunteers will provide a vital service, being a point of contact between the...

Skills Required

Communication Skills, Good Listening Skills,

Skills Gained

Benefitting your community, Training and Support,

Lincolnshire Police Community Priorities Volunteer (Ref: 4)

Mablethorpe

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Purpose The role will provide a response in support of local policing teams to tackle...

Skills Required

experience and qualities needed, Skills,

Lincolnshire Police Special Constable

Lincolnshire

About

The Special Constabulary are volunteer police officers.  Also known as ‘specials’ they carry out policing...

Skills Required

Communication Skills, Decision Making,

Skills Gained

Gain skills and experience, New challenges and opportunities, Specialist Training,

Lincolnshire Police has a growing team of volunteers and recruits into a number of roles. The roles are Special Constable, Police Support Volunteer, Police Cadet and Volunteer Police Community Support Officer, which is a role unique to the force. There are more than 160 Special Constables supporting regular officers to respond to incidents, patrol neighbourhoods,...
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