COULDYOU share your time and skills to support policing in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland?
- Force Intelligence Unit Volunteer
- Police Chaplain
- CCTV Volunteer
- Cadet Leader
- Lead Volunteer
- Headquarters Volunteer
- Dedicated Neighbourhood Team Volunteer
- Home Security Visit Volunteer
What is a police support volunteer?
A police support volunteer (PSV) is a member of the public who plays a vital role in helping us deliver and improve the service we provide to your communities. Through personal choice they commit time and energy to perform tasks at the direction and on behalf of Leicestershire Police.
What's in it for you?
Volunteering can benefit you in a whole host of different ways. By becoming a police support volunteer, you can:
Learn new skills and apply them to your day to day life. These transferable skills can be used to strengthen your CV and enhance your employability.
Meet people from all walks of life
Improve your physical and mental health
Aid in your personal development
Help to prevent and reduce crime in your community
If you have some spare time to donate, why not come and try it? You might discover a hidden talent, we can provide lots of opportunities to help you learn new skills and make a positive difference in your area.
Volunteers must be aged 16 or over, and successful applicants will go through a security vetting check.
Th recruitment process can take up to three months and if you are successful, you will be offered a suitable volunteer opportunity.
Please see our FAQ page for more details