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Gwent Police Recruitment 2019 for Detective Constable (Transferee Opportunities)
Gwent Police are looking to recruit Detective Constables from all backgrounds, currently serving with other Home Office Forces, who have completed their probationary period.
We are looking to recruit qualified and experienced Detective Constables with skills and experience in managing a range of complex investigations, and/or experience of digital evidence gathering, dealing with cyber-enabled crimes, and an understanding of a range of vulnerabilities and the appropriate ways to respond. As well as many staff benefits we provide a wide range of career opportunities, specialist posts, as well as development and promotion prospects.
If you think you have the skills and passion we are looking for, are able to show commitment to achieving high levels of attendance and performance then apply now.
You will have the opportunity of working in a mixture of rural and urban communities, and will experience a wide range of different challenges on a daily basis.
In addition to the application form, applicants will be required to undergo vetting and references, pass an interview, fitness test, drugs test and a health check.
Gwent Police is a culturally diverse area and to ensure that our service is fully representative of the communities we serve, we welcome applications from all backgrounds and ethnic groups.
You can access the application form, or further details, including closing date information, via the following:
Contact Email: email@example.com
About the Gwent Police
The Chief Inspectors responsible for Neighbourhood Operations are leading teams of Neighbourhood Inspectors who are based in the communities they serve.
Each of these Inspectors has a team consisting of:
- Neighbourhood Sergeant
- Neighbourhood Officers (Ward Manager)
- Community Support Officers (CSOs)
- Schools Community Police Officer (SCPO)
- Crime and Disorder Reduction Officer (CADRO)
- Neighbourhood Response Sergeant
- Neighbourhood Response Officers
You can find out more about the team in your area, including the contact details of your Neighbourhood Officer and Community Support Officers, by visiting the Your Area section.
You will also see Neighbourhood Response Officers out and about in your area. These officers are responsible for responding to Emergency, Non-Emergency and Scheduled calls.
Gwent Police Neighbourhood Support
The Chief Inspectors responsible for Neighbourhood Support are heading up groups of Inspectors who deal with the day-to-day response to crime and incidents. They make sure the right officers are on hand when you need them, giving you the best possible service.
One group of officers they manage is called Area Support Officers (previously known as Uniform Operations) and you may see these officers out and about in your neighbourhood.
One team is based in the East LPA (in Newport) and the other team is based in the West LPA (in Ystrad Mynach), providing the following specialisms:
- Roads Policing
- Advanced Method of Entry
In addition to these specialisms, these two teams will provide rapid support to Neighbourhood Response Officers, target individuals causing the most harm in our communities and tackle both Forcewide and local issues.
Our Police Dogs and their handlers are also now based in the East and West LPAs which will mean a faster response time with far greater local knowledge.