South Yorkshire Police is pleased to support the new national campaign launched today, Thursday 5 September, to recruit 20,000 new police officers.
Chief Constable Stephen Watson recently made a commitment to grow the force by a further 220 new posts, between now and 2024, and the Government’s campaign, ‘Be a force for all’ will allow SYP to increase that number further.
SYP will open registration for new student officers on Monday 9 September. There is a seven day window to complete registration and begin the process of a new career in policing. Further opportunities will be available in 2020, with all details on our website.
Chief Constable Stephen Watson said: “South Yorkshire Police is making great strides in our journey to becoming an outstanding force, and to support this we are seeking to attract the very best candidates to join our existing officers and staff.
“The announcement from the Government allows us to be even more ambitious in our recruitment, and as such, we are embarking on our largest recruitment drive in living memory.
“If you are someone who possesses a strong sense of public duty, and you share our values, we can offer fantastic opportunities in a full-spectrum force repeatedly assessed as the most improved in the country since 2016.
“This is an exciting time for South Yorkshire Police, and recruitment of numbers on this scale is unprecedented, but be assured the detailed planning required behind the scenes is already underway. I would encourage anyone considering a career
in policing to look at our website (www.southyorks.police.uk/jointeamsyp) where you will find full details of the recruitment process, answer questions you might have around eligibility and to understand why you should choose SYP.”
Applications open on Monday 9 September and remain open until midnight on Sunday 15 September. To find out more and to sign up for a job alert, visit www.southyorks.police.uk/jointeamsyp
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