Hertfordshire Constabulary is hosting a careers open day on Saturday 18 February at its training centre at Gosling Sports Park, in Welwyn Garden City, between 2pm and 8pm.
The Constabulary is recruiting for police officers and other roles and the event will be a good opportunity to learn more about policing and the different jobs which are available.
Those looking for a challenging and rewarding career are invited to register and come along, meet the team and learn about police work, what it involves and how to apply.
Visitors will be able to try a bleep fitness test, join in a fun self-defence training session and meet specialist units, including dog handlers, firearms and road policing. The recruitment team will also be there to explain about the opportunities available and explain the application process, apprenticeship degrees and how training works for post-graduates.
Whether you’re leaving school, college or university or considering a career change, now is the time to start planning.
Superintendent Anna Wright said: ‘We’re a force that’s putting crime and harm prevention first, and there are many exciting opportunities available now, from police officers to vital support roles such as call handlers, detention officers and PCSOs.
‘Police work is immensely rewarding, and we make a genuine, positive difference to people from all walks of life each day, assisting and safeguarding people in our Hertfordshire community.
‘You’ll be well trained, supported by a friendly team and welcomed, whatever your background. If you’re wondering what to do next, come along!’
To register a place visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hertfordshire-constabulary-open-day-tickets-519635633167
For more information on becoming a police officer visit: www.hertspoliceofficer.co.uk