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Information analyst (data modeller) Closing date: 31/01/2022 17:00:00

PART TIME HOLMES MANAGER – MAJOR CRIME TEAM Closing date: 31/01/2022 17:00:00

Fingerprint Trainee - Fingerprint Officer Closing date: 04/02/2022 17:00:00

Finance Manager Closing date: 04/02/2022 17:00:00

Police Constable Closing date: 07/02/2022 13:00:00

Full time & Part time DMO Closing date: 07/02/2022 17:00:00

Information rights and disclosure unit officer Closing date: 09/02/2022 12:00:00

Occupational Health Advisor Closing date: 11/02/2022 17:00:00

INFORMATION RIGHTS & DISCLOSURE UNIT SUPERVISOR Closing date: 11/02/2022 17:00:00

CJU Clerical officers Closing date: 14/02/2022 09:00:00

Police call handlers Closing date: 21/02/2022 09:00:00

Open advert - software developers Closing date: 26/04/2022 00:00:00

Transferees - Detective Constables Closing date: 30/06/2022 17:00:00

 

As a frontline police officer you will be supporting local communities, building relationships and combating crime. 

Specials perform a variety of police duties to support regular officers with the day-to-day policing of Durham and Darlington.

PCSOs play a significant role in supporting the Police, other agencies and local communities.

Durham Constabulary relies on the support and dedication of more than 1,000 members of police staff. 

PCSVs are drawn from all parts of the community. They perform their agreed roles alongside police staff and officers.

Durham Constabulary offers a wide range of apprenticeships across the organisation. Find out more here.

Positive Action is about creating a level playing field and the same starting point for everyone. 

Volunteering is a great option if you want to meet new people and work as part of a team to make a positive contribution to your community. 

The cadet scheme inspires young people to develop knowledge and understanding of the policing role.