Police Community Support Officers – North Hampshire, Andover, Whitchurch, Basingstoke
Salary details –  £21,056 plus weekend enhancements.

Hampshire Constabulary are not currently recruiting for Police Community Support Officers. This page will be updated regularly to ensure all information is up to date and you are given sufficient notice of any future campaigns.

In the Safer Neighbourhoods section of our website, you can find out more information about the role of a PCSO www.hampshire.police.uk/pcsos

It’s time to take on a new role with variety, meaning and excitement – not to mention great salary and benefits.

We’re building up a pool of people who are committed to making the community safer. That means we’ll be keeping successful applicants’ details on file and when the next suitable vacancy arises we’ll be in touch. In return, you can look forward to dealing with things that have a big impact of people’s quality of life. That means patrolling the streets and being a visible police presence – building trust and confidence. The job satisfaction and variety is huge and you’ll play a key part in reducing fear of crime.

To find out if you have the necessary skills required to become a PCSO please visit www.hampshirepcsos.co.uk

Please click for details of how to apply www.hampshire.police.uk/apply

Hampshire Constabulary welcomes applicants from prospective employees who are disabled. We are committed to ensuring that all applicants who are disabled and who meet the minimum criteria for a vacancy will be offered access to the selection process.

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