Provide assistance & support to the Neighbourhood Policing Teams promoting vital links between the organisation and the community it serves. Assist in the development, design, production and delivery of local newsletters/flyers etc. Gather articles for local newsletters/updates for Force website. Collate public information such as Burglary Packs in readiness for circulation. Update and maintain databases and spreadsheets. Other community activities deemed appropriate by the volunteer and NPU supervisor. Volunteers may find themselves working relatively unsupervised once up and running so it is important that volunteers have the ability to work alone.
Hours are flexible and there is no minimum commitment in time, although generally volunteers work a few hours a week on a regular basis. Volunteer and immediate family need to undergo police vetting due to nature of role.
Some Office experience and/or minimum GCSE pass in English. Good communication skills. Basic keyboard, IT skills. Ability to work individually and as a team member. Ability to deal tactfully and diplomatically with confidential enquiries. Must be able to promote equality and diversity. Need to have a mature attitude.
Location: Local police stations