Police Support Volunteers
Police Support Volunteers are members of the public who give up their own time to carry out a range of tasks for the police service.
Volunteering roles include:
- Neighbourhood Support Volunteers provide support and assistance to their local police through the delivery of crime prevention advice and implementation of community safety initiatives.
- Survey Analysts contact victims of crime to conduct questionnaires to ensure North Yorkshire Police are delivering an effective and efficient service.
- Drivers assist fleet services by moving vehicles and parts across the force area and support events through the driving of Police vehicles.
- Force Control Room/Call Quality Monitors ensure North Yorkshire Police provides the expected service to the public by monitoring calls to our control room.
- Role Players assist training services by taking part in a variety of role plays scenarios.
- Aged 16 or over.
- A British Citizen, a European Economic Area national or a commonwealth citizen, or a foreign national with no restrictions on your stay in the UK.
- Have had a minimum of three years continuous residency in the UK (some roles will require five years continuous residency), with less than twelve months spend abroad in the last three years (with some exceptions for those living on a UK military base).
- Application Form: You can apply online via our e-recruitment website.
- Shortlisting: All applications will undergo shortlisting to assess their suitability for progression. We will be assessing your skills, motivation and eligibility to apply.
- Interview : Candidates who pass the shortlisting phase will be invited to attend an interview. This interview will be conducted by a local volunteer manager and will discuss your skills, availability, motivations and overall suitability in more detail than the application form.
- Pre-volunteering checks: vetting, references, and where appropriate medical.
- Starting with North Yorkshire Police: Successful candidates will receive a starting date where they will meet with their volunteer manager and begin tenure with North Yorkshire Police.