Policing is about making our communities safer and improving public confidence and satisfaction by increasing the visibility and availability of officers and staff.
During the next few years Humberside Police will be looking for people to come and work with us.
We will be looking for new front-line police officers and police civilian staff in roles such as police community support officer (PCSO) or in our command Hub taking emergency and non-emergency calls.
All of our employment opportunities will be put onto our website and advertised on our social media channels on Facebook and Twitter as and when we are recruiting for those specific jobs.
A Representative Workforce
The more the make-up of our staff reflects the make-up of our communities, the better we will be able to serve them.
Here in Humberside Police, we believe that public confidence is affected positively by the diversity of our workforce. The more diverse our people, the better we are at meeting people's needs.
Fair Recruitment and Selection
Our recruitment and selection processes are entirely based upon merit. Those individuals who perform most strongly in selection are the ones who are offered positions working with us.
The most effective police service is one that can be adjusted to help anyone, whatever their age, gender, ethnicity, level of ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, faith, relationship or parental status.
The public demand for visible, on-street patrols has never been greater and Humberside Police is constantly looking at ways of reducing crime and the fear of crime.
You can be part of making your community a safer place for all.
There are also a host of career opportunities available to support regular officers from Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs), police staff, special constables, volunteers and casual workers and options for part-time, full-time and flexible working.
Unlock your own potential and achieve your own personal goals.
We have joined in with other forces across the country with the College of Policing 'National police jobs and opportunities online event'. The event provides everyone what police jobs are available, whether you are looking to start a career in the police or you are existing police staff or police officers.
This new virtual 'event' is really worth setting up an account with so that you can receive updates, take part in web chats and look for employment opportunities no matter where in the country you are or where you are looking to work.
To create an account and have a look around the virtual event go to College of Policing Online Jobs Event