Volunteering is easy
Volunteering is exciting. Volunteering is enhancing
Volunteering is YOU
Do you want to develop yourself to lead and inspire young people as Volunteer Police Cadets?
Give some of your own time volunteering as a Unit Leader?
Provide guidance and support for the VPC?
Assist the Cadets on Operations, Deployments and Community Engagement?
Be part of something exciting in your own community?
Over 18 years old?
Interested in sharing and teaching your NYP skills and knowledge?
Interested in inspiring young adults?
Are you in full or part-time work and have spare time to volunteer? You will have the skills, knowledge and experience that we need, and a willingness to help and develop the structure that supports our Cadets’ learning and help them prepare for their future careers.
As a Cadet Leader, we would ask you to volunteer a minimum of 2-3hrs a month to work with our Volunteer Police Cadets, aged 14-18 at Catterick Garrison.
The Cadets meet one evening a week, for 2hours, to gain insight into the various departments within the force, learn a range of skills and take part in team building and sporting activities. You will follow the National Volunteer Police Cadet program to teach our Cadets about the principles and foundations of policing. You will help the Cadets create and take part in real-life scenarios and eventually supporting them on deployments, Operations and Community Engagements.
The North Yorkshire Police Volunteer Police Cadets are a great group of young adults who are really keen and throw themselves into the sessions every week.
This really is a fantastic opportunity for you to develop your skills and inspire them to fulfil their potential and become good citizens.
We want Cadet Leaders who can really bring lessons alive for young people. If you would like to become a cadet leader then please complete your application form.
If you have any questions then please drop an email to email@example.com
Applications close at 9am on the 27th July & we are looking to hold interviews W/C 6th August