Volunteering Vacancies to help the Police and Crime Commissioner
Published: 28 January 2022
Would you like a new challenge this year? Would you like to get more involved with your local police service? The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, John Dwyer has a number of volunteering vacancies available to help him and his office in holding the Constabulary to account.
John Dwyer, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, said:
“Volunteers play a vital role in the Constabulary and in my office, and without their support we wouldn’t be able to deliver an effective police service.
“In my Police and Crime Plan, I outlined my commitments to volunteers including a Volunteer Charter, which I’m proud to have launched. I’ve also committed to guaranteeing them an interview if they meet the criteria to apply for a paid role with Cheshire Constabulary or my office.”
The current volunteer roles the Commissioner is recruiting for are:
Consultation and Engagement volunteers
Cheshire Youth Commission volunteers
Ethics Advisory Panel volunteers
Independent Custody Visitors
John Dwyer added:
“I’d encourage anyone who wants a new challenge to have a look at the opportunities available and see how your skills can help us deliver a better police service for Cheshire.”