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West Mercia Police have had strong links to the voluntary sector for many years. Becoming a police support volunteer allows you the opportunity to make a difference and a valuable contribution to your community.
By contributing some of your time and skills, police support volunteers assist and enhance the normal day-to-day work undertaken by police officers and police staff.
As a police support volunteer you are given the opportunity to:
We can offer:
But don't just take our word for it - see what our Police Support Volunteers had to say about volunteering with West Mercia Police.
We don't ask for any qualifications or specific experience. What we do ask for is reliability, integrity, basic numeracy, literacy and IT skills. Volunteers should also show a positive and friendly attitude and a willingness to learn.
We are looking for people ages 17 and over from all different backgrounds, with a variety of skills and experiences to assist us.
Volunteers are recruited without regard to gender, disability, race, religion or other aspects of diversity.
Volunteers bring a wide variety of life experiences and skills to the teams that they support and add value to the work of trained staff. Volunteers often have a wealth of knowledge and expertise that can also benefit the wider community.
If you are willing to volunteer 2 to 4 hours, or more, of your time per week, for a minimum period of 12 months we look forward to hearing from you.
If what you are looking for isn’t currently being advertised, please register your details for future volunteering opportunities.
Please note: By registering your interest, you consent for us to use your data for research and communication purposes, and we may contact you at any stage to discuss your interest or application.