Nottinghamshire Police is set to launch its biggest recruitment campaign in recent years, with the Force announcing ambitious new plans for the future.
The force’s Chief Constable, Craig Guildford, will join the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Paddy Tipping, and a cohort of the force’s newest recruits later today to officially announce the force’s plans to launch its latest round of recruitment for Police Constables next month.
The force will recruit a total of 200 officers in 2017/18 and has ambitions to do even more in 2018/19.
Nottinghamshire Police will launch its next round of police officer recruitment on Friday 1 September 2017, with prospective applicants encouraged to follow the dedicated ‘Nottinghamshire Police Careers’ Facebook and Twitter pages for news and information about the roles.
This latest round of recruitment follows a flurry of activity in recent months, with the Force also currently recruiting for Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs).
Applicants are encouraged to apply before Friday 18 August 2017.
In addition, 24 graduate Police Investigatory Officer (PIO) recruits have also been recruited to investigate reports of cybercrime and to support Public Protection.