Warwickshire is a safe place to live and crime figures remain low. However, we can all play a part in reducing crime even further and helping to improve community safety. There are a wide range of opportunities for people who want to help make a safer, more secure Warwickshire.
Current vacancies at the OPCC
Based at the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire (currently 3 Northgate Street, Warwick)
Hours: 37 hours a week
Salary: Grade D – £23,817 to £26,016 per annum
Are you very well organised? Public Service minded? Looking for an interesting and varied job?
We are looking for a Personal Assistant to join our team. Providing support to the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Executive you will work with in a small, busy team, carrying out a variety of roles and tasks to enable smooth running of the principals’ schedules.
Current volunteering opportunities
If you are someone who is committed and passionate about protecting the rights and welfare of individuals who come into contact with the criminal justice system, we really want to hear from you.
Volunteering opportunities are currently available for the scheme organised by the Police and Crime Commissioner which helps ensure the welfare of detainees brought into police custody in Warwickshire. Volunteering for this role is a really meaningful way you can help to contribute to making Warwickshire safer and more secure for all.
Find out more and how to apply on the link below:
The deadline for applications for Independent Custody Visitor roles has been extended to Tuesday 31 August.
Other ways to get involved
Warwickshire Police Cadets
Warwickshire Police Police Cadets is a volunteer scheme for young people which has been operating in Leamington and Nuneaton since 2014. The aim of the scheme is to support Warwickshire Police’s strategy of engagement with young people throughout the force area.
It is aimed at young people who wish to be part of a two year programme that offers an opportunity to gain a practical understanding of policing and develop their spirit of adventure and good citizenship.
Cadets support local policing priorities through volunteering, working with partner agencies and positive participation in their communities.
They take part in a variety of activities including self-defence training, marching, fitness, team building, role playing and Outdoor events.
Citizens’ Academies enable people in our communities to develop an insight into policing and experience what their local policing teams do to protect them, their families, friends and colleagues from harm. This is delivered through a 10-week taught course delivered to 25 students aged 18 or over.
Academies are held several times of year in the north and south of the county.