Would you like to become a special constable in Grantham?

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Lincolnshire Police are holding a recruitment event tomorrow for those interested in volunteering as part of the special constabulary.

They are asking those who have a minimum of four spare hours a week and who want to help make the community a safer place to attend the recruitment event tomorrow, July 15 starting at 7pm in Grantham Police Station.

The police are looking for enthusiastic, positive individuals with a real interest in policing who would like to become special constables.

The recruitment event will be run by existing officers of the special constabulary who are able to give a real insight into what it takes to become a member of the special constabulary and what you will get out of it in return.

The event will introduce you to all aspects of becoming a special constable including the eligibility criteria, the recruitment procedure, training and what to expect once you become a special constable with Lincolnshire Police.

There will also be an opportunity to talk with the special constables, and over tea and biscuits to hear about their own police experiences.

“I do hope that you will want to volunteer your time and talents as a special constable. Just come along on the night and find out more”, says specials chief officer, Steve Woodcock.

If you are unable to attend, further information on becoming a special constable can be found at www.lincs.police.uk/Join-Us/Volunteers/Special-Constables/