Voluntary role (minimum of 16 hours per month)
Do you want the opportunity to learn new skills?
Volunteering as a Special Constable is a great way to give back to your local community, build new relationships and develop new skills.
Special constables are volunteer police officers, with full police powers, uniforms and equipment. As a Special Constable you’ll support regular officers, undertake patrols, support calls for assistance from the public and investigate reports of crime.
Benefits of volunteering:
- Flexible working location and hours – the choice is yours!
- On-going training programme and support
- Promotional opportunities
- Full uniform and equipment provided
- Travel expenses (training and duties)
- Fits in with other commitments
Why Kent Special Constabulary
Kent Special Constabulary has over 315 volunteer officers who donated over 125,000 hours of policing last year. Special Constables work on local and specialist teams such as Response, Crime Investigation, Roads Policing, Rural, Search and Marine.
Volunteering with the Kent Special Constabulary will offer you challenging and varied life experiences. It’s also a great way to meet new people from varied and interesting backgrounds.
Special Constables work in a variety of policing areas, so whatever your interests, we’ll find a volunteer role that suits you.
Register your interest today.