Police in Spalding are looking for people who can spare at least four hours a week to make their community a safer place to live.
A recruitment event for Lincolnshire Police’s Special Constabulary is taking place at Spalding Police Station, Westlode Street, on Thursday July 10 at 7pm.
Anyone who is enthusiastic, community-minded and has a real interest in policing is welcome to come along and find out how to become a Special Constable by talking to current officers.
Steve Woodcock, chief officer for the county’s Special Constabulary, said: “The event will introduce people to all aspects of becoming a Special Constable, including eligibility criteria, recruitment procedures, training and what to expect once you join Lincolnshire Police.
“There will also be an opportunity to talk with Special Constables over tea and biscuits to hear about their own experiences.
“I do hope you will want to volunteer your time and talents as a Special Constable.”