Lincolnshire Police is looking for people ready to take on the challenge of being a Special Constable.
An induction course is planned for January 2017 and there is still time to apply before the deadline of October 8.
We are looking for someone who has an interest in policing in the county and a background in criminal justice, victim support or financial management and auditingChris Cook, chairman, Lincolnshire Police and Crime Panel
Chief Officer Steve Woodcock said “We welcome applications from all parts of the county to assist in the policing of Lincolnshire.”
To apply, visit https://www.lincs.police.uk/about-us/join-us/volunteers/special-constables/
Another organisation in need of public support is Lincolnshire Police and Crime Panel (PCP) which is looking for a member of the public to join it as one of its two independent members.
Anyone with an interest in policing, community safety, victims of crime and the provision of high-quality services can apply for a role which would also see you scrutinising the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
PCP chairman Chris Cook said: “We are looking for someone who has an interest in policing in the county and a background in criminal justice, victim support or financial management and auditing.”
“We have advertised previously but had a limited response and we would like to increase the pool of candidates and skills.
“I myself have found my role on the panel very rewarding and we play a part in shaping the delivery of policing services.
“We act as a critical friend to the Police and Crime Commissioner.”