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Become a Volunteer Police Community Support Officer in Lincolnshire

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Lincolnshire Police are asking people to support the community by becoming a Volunteer Police Community Support Officer (VPCSO).

The force highlights that by becoming a VPCSO:

* You will work alongside police officers and full-time Police Community Support Officers (PCSO’s).

* You will make a difference in your community.

* You could offer vital support to those who need it.

* You could learn important skills.

* The experience may help you to develop and mature as a person. It may even help you to progress within your chosen career.

Find out more and apply to become a VPSCO by going to www.lincs.police.uk/Join-Us/Volunteers/Volunteer-PCSO/

If you have further questions, email 1000volunteerchallenge@lincs.pnn.police.uk

The closing date for applications is Monday, August 31, 2015.

And if a VPCSO role is not for you the police have a range of other voluntary roles that may suit your circumstances and ambitions.


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