Our Specials work in a range of policing areas, so whatever your interests, we’ll find a volunteer role that works well for you.

Completed application forms are shortlisted and successful applicants are selected to move on to the Special Constabulary Assessment Centre.

Our Specials work in a range of policing areas, so whatever your interests, we’ll find a volunteer role that works well for you.

Completed application forms are shortlisted and successful applicants are selected to move on to the Special Constabulary Assessment Centre.

Once you have been trained and have practical experience you will be able to take on more responsibility as a special. Training is available on an ongoing basis and therefore should you want to be promoted up the ranks this is achievable as your experience and skills develop. This means that you will constantly be faced with new challenges and the opportunity to acquire new skills.

As a special constable you can make a direct contribution to your local community. You will help fight crime and forge stronger connections between the police and the people they serve.

The truth is that we are all capable of far more than we know and becoming a special is one of the best ways to learn new transferable skills and develop untapped potential. You will face exciting challenges, acquire valuable skills that will assist in your personal and career development, and you can take pride in your achievements and bolster your self-respect and confidence.

All current applicants will remain in the recruitment pool and continue to be processed, as per information on Herts Police Careers website.

All applicants registering their interest from 11th September 2017 will be redirected to our new Special Constabulary recruitment portal and be processed in accordance with the new process. The details of the pilot process will be accessed on the new website.

Current candidates being processed or applying before the date of the trial, should not be concerned by the changes as we assure you that if you have applied, then our HR Service Centre is processing your application. Thank you for your understanding and interest in joining our organisation.

Our Specials work in a range of policing areas, so whatever your interests, we’ll find a volunteer role that works well for you.

Completed application forms are shortlisted and successful applicants are selected to move on to the Special Constabulary Assessment Centre.

Once you have been trained and have practical experience you will be able to take on more responsibility as a special. Training is available on an ongoing basis and therefore should you want to be promoted up the ranks this is achievable as your experience and skills develop. This means that you will constantly be faced with new challenges and the opportunity to acquire new skills.

As a special constable you can make a direct contribution to your local community. You will help fight crime and forge stronger connections between the police and the people they serve.

The truth is that we are all capable of far more than we know and becoming a special is one of the best ways to learn new transferable skills and develop untapped potential. You will face exciting challenges, acquire valuable skills that will assist in your personal and career development, and you can take pride in your achievements and bolster your self-respect and confidence.

Our Specials work in a range of policing areas, so whatever your interests, we’ll find a volunteer role that works well for you.

Completed application forms are shortlisted and successful applicants are selected to move on to the Special Constabulary Assessment Centre.

Once you have been trained and have practical experience you will be able to take on more responsibility as a special. Training is available on an ongoing basis and therefore should you want to be promoted up the ranks this is achievable as your experience and skills develop. This means that you will constantly be faced with new challenges and the opportunity to acquire new skills.

As a special constable you can make a direct contribution to your local community. You will help fight crime and forge stronger connections between the police and the people they serve.

The truth is that we are all capable of far more than we know and becoming a special is one of the best ways to learn new transferable skills and develop untapped potential. You will face exciting challenges, acquire valuable skills that will assist in your personal and career development, and you can take pride in your achievements and bolster your self-respect and confidence.

All current applicants will remain in the recruitment pool and continue to be processed, as per information on Herts Police Careers website.

All applicants registering their interest from 11th September 2017 will be redirected to our new Special Constabulary recruitment portal and be processed in accordance with the new process. The details of the pilot process will be accessed on the new website.

Current candidates being processed or applying before the date of the trial, should not be concerned by the changes as we assure you that if you have applied, then our HR Service Centre is processing your application. Thank you for your understanding and interest in joining our organisation.

A special constable or special police constable ( SC or SPC ) is generally an auxiliary or part-time law enforcement officer.

Many police departments are complemented by a Special Constabulary which are referred to as special constables or informally as "specials". Special constables hold full police powers and hold the office of constable. Historically, and in different contexts, special constables have been paid or volunteer members of an ad hoc reserve force or a permanent auxiliary, and have ranged from unarmed patrols to armed paramilitaries.

Inspectors of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals are generally appointed as Special Constables. [2]

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