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Eligibility criteria to become a Police Constable

There is a specific eligibility criteria that you must comply with to become a Police Constable. You must complete the questions below in order to be emailed an application pack. If you do not comply with this criteria or answer the questions truthfully your application will not be progressed.

(Please note that you are required to submit copies of all relevant certificates alongside your application. We are unable to progress your application without these).
Please note that you are required to submit copies of all relevant certificates alongside your application. We are unable to progress your application without these.

You can check your tariff points here: UCAS Tariff Points - Calculate Your Entry Requirements

You can check your tariff points here: UCAS Tariff Points - Calculate Your Entry Requirements

If you are a Special Constable, please note you must have completed the full initial training and be signed off for independent patrol. If you are a PCSO, you must have completed your probation period and be confirmed in post.
Please give full details of your convictions, including dates and outcome even if it was NFA'd (no further action).
If yes, please note you will not be eligible to apply.
If yes, please note you will be required to send photos of these tattoos with your application form for assessment. Any tattoos seen to be discriminatory, rude, lewd, crude, sexist, sectarian, homophobic, violent or intimidating will result in your application being withdrawn.
If you only hold a provisional licence you will not be eligible to apply.
Norfolk Constabulary will collect and use personal information and special category data so that it can carry out its legal and legitimate functions as defined by legislation, common law, regulation, policy and best practice. The Constabulary processes information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018 and the Support Policing Purposes (including but not limited to payroll, training, personnel administration, health and welfare etc). We will collect and use personal information and special category data for employment/contract purposes and will not use or disclose information for any other purposes without your consent, unless required to do so by law, or where the use or disclosure is permitted by law and is necessary and reasonable to do so. We take care to ensure the information we hold is accurate, up-to-date and deleted when no longer required. As we need to run additional checks on you, it may take us longer to determine your eligibility. If you are successful, an application pack will be emailed to you. We will also contact you to advise of an unsuccessful outcome. For further details on how we use information and your information rights, please contact the Data Protection teams or visit: www.norfolk.police.uk.
If you are eligible, your application pack will be emailed to you manually. We aim to do this within 3 working days during normal office hours (Monday-Friday 08:00-17:00). If you have not received a response within this time frame and believe you are eligible, please email [email protected] and we will investigate this for you. PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT MULTIPLE FORMS – If you have any other questions you may contact us on the above email address, or alternatively call us on 01953 425699 Ext 2334. Responses to emails and phone calls will only be answered during office hours so please expect delays during weekends and public holidays.