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The job of being a police officer will take you beyond your own expectations and give you more variety, challenge and reward than you could ever expect from any other career.

Ultimately, your role will be to prevent and solve crime. But it is also about working in partnership with communities to make a real difference and improve quality of life for everyone - to make your local community feel safe and protected.

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To assist you in finding out more information about a career with the Police, the following documentation and websites have useful information:

Further information regarding Police Constable Recruitment is available from the Police Could You website.



‎Why don’t you consider volunteering as a Special Constable and support the work of your police in your community?

We are currently recruiting for Special Constables. The Special Constabulary is a force of trained volunteers who work with and support Norfolk Constabulary. Special Constables, or ‘Specials’ as they are commonly known, come from all walks of life – they are teachers, taxi drivers, accountants and secretaries, or any number of other careers – and they all volunteer a minimum of sixteen hours a month to their local police force, forming a vital link between the regular (full-time) police and the local community. If this is something you may be interested in then please email us and we shall send you an application and information pack.

More information on Police Specials can also be found on the Norfolk Constabulary website under the ‘Join Us’ section.


Certificate in Knowledge of Policing (CKP)

Information on CKP can be found on the College of Policing website at:


Please note CKP is only a recommendation for Norfolk Constabulary, and we do not require you to be registered or have completed this prior to submitting your application.