Volunteers with a passion for their communities are wanted by Lincolnshire Police to join its Special Constabulary.
A recruitment drive is under way in South Lincolnshire for people aged 18 and over who can give up at least four hours a week to make the area a safer place to live and work.
It comes just weeks after the launch of a new £30,000 Community and Volunteer Fund to provide grants to individuals and groups involved in preventing crime.
Steve Woodcock MBE, Special Chief Officer, said: “Whilst the work of a Special Constable is unpaid, it provides a hugely rewarding experience and there are mmany gains to be had in terms of developing life skills.
“The people of Lincolnshire deserve a high quality policing service and Special Constables assist greatly in this provision.”
For more details, visit www.lincs.police.uk/Join-Us/Special-Constables