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Hertfordshire Constabulary is home to over 2100 regular officers, 250 special constables and 1500 police staff who work together to make Hertfordshire a safe place to live. We police 632 square miles from the urban borders of London to beautiful National Trust areas and serve a population of well over a million. In our work we put our communities first – we want to be there when victims need us the most and when criminals don’t.
At Hertfordshire Constabulary, we want our force to be as diverse as the community it serves. We strongly believe everyone has a contribution to make, regardless of their background. As a force, we’re outgoing, willing to listen and very approachable – we put a lot of effort into building bridges throughout the community. We’re enthusiastic about working in partnership with schools, local councils and other organisations, to combat the conditions that encourage criminal behaviour. As a result, the sense of warmth and team spirit both within and around the force is exceptional. It makes for a uniquely friendly force. A place where you can expect to make friends for life. 

And there’s something else you may want to know. Hertfordshire Constabulary is a great place to build a career. We aim to recruit, retain, develop and reward a skilled and motivated workforce capable of delivering the highest quality of service to the people of Hertfordshire. We’ll help you develop skills you never knew you had.

We have opportunities for you to train or join as a police officer, police community support officer, special constable or member of police staff. So if you’re keen to achieve something that’s worthwhile, in an environment that will constantly encourage you to make the most of your abilities visit our website CLICK HERE
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