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Fancy being a police officer? North Yorkshire is hosting a special careers event

Fancy being a police officer? North Yorkshire is hosting a special careers event

Published by The Stray FM News Team at 5:57pm 16th May 2019.

If your ambition is to become a police officer, or if you are considering policing as a career, North Yorkshire Police is inviting you to a very special career event.

  • North Yorkshire Police is hosting a careers event on Monday 20 May
  • You'll be able to meet officers, network, take part in a sample training sessions and find out about the recruitment process
  • Places are limited - book your place here

On Monday 20 May, the force is holding a “PC Insight” session at North Yorkshire Police’s HQ in Northallerton to mark the launch of its 2019 Student Officer recruitment campaign.

Hosted by Deputy Chief Constable Phil Cain, the event will give an insight into the life of a police officer, and provide you with the information you need to make that vital career choice.

At the event you will be able to:

  • Meet some serving Officers and hear at first-hand what it’s like to work for the police
  • Find out about the recruitment process, and how to prepare for it
  • Take part in a brief sample training session on some of the safety and protection equipment officers use out on patrol
  • Network with Officers and the force's Talent Team
  • Ask questions about joining North Yorkshire Police as a Student Officer

Want to join the police?  Come to our career event

The event takes place at:

5.45pm – 7.45pm, Monday 20 May 2019

North Yorkshire Police HQ

Alverton Court, Crosby Road, Northallerton, DL6 1BF.

Numbers are limited and you must register in advance to attend.

Find out more and book your place here.

A force spokesperson said:

"We welcome people from all parts of the community, and we would like to extend a particularly warm welcome and invitation to potential recruits from black and minority ethnic communities, LGBT+ communities and women, who are currently under-represented in our Force at PC level."