Guernsey Police are seeking expressions of interest from uniform operations response officers, detective constables and officers trained to the role profile of Armed Response Vehicle officers wishing to transfer to our beautiful island.
Police Constable - TransferConstable Scale 003-011 - £34,099 - £45,327 per annum plus the Hampshire Allowance £1,300 per annum
The States of Guernsey are seeking to appoint a Police Constable to join the team at Law Enforcement. The Guernsey Police Force, along with the Guernsey Border Agency, forms Bailiwick of Guernsey Law Enforcement. The Police Force is a public body acting under the Head of Law Enforcement. The post holder will undertake the full duties of a Police Constable on shift.Read Job Summary
Police Constable - Qualified and Accredited Firearms Officer (Transfer)003 - 011 - £34,099 - £45,327 plus the Hampshire Allowance £1,300 per annum
The States of Guernsey is looking for a Police Constable, Qualified and Accredited Firearms Officer to join their team in Law Enforcement. Police Constables play a critical front-line role in the prevention and detection of crime, safeguarding the public and the criminal justice system. Constables work in partnership with colleagues, local communities and stakeholders in order to promote law and order, reduce the fear of crime, provide reassurance and build confidence to improve the quality of life within the Bailiwick.Read Job Summary
Detective Constable - Public Protection Unit (Transfer)003-011 - £34,099 - £45,327 per annum, plus the Hampshire Allowance £1,300 per annum
The post holder will investigate serious crime against children/vulnerable persons, including serious sexual offences and high-risk domestic abuse incidents. They will represent Bailiwick of Guernsey Law Enforcement and act as the operational point of contact for agencies working within Public Protection, and to fulfill the role of principle investigator in such cases.Read Job Summary
Detective Constable - Criminal Investigation Department (Transfer)003-011 - £34,099 - £45,327 per annum, plus the Hampshire Allowance £1,300 per annum
The post holder will undertake the investigative response to serious, complex and serial criminal investigations, including serious sexual offences, missing persons and suspicious deaths. The post holder will undertake investigations in accordance with the Law Enforcement Service Delivery Plan and ensure that activities comply with legislation, policies and procedures, thereby reflecting best practice. The post holder will be expected to undertake operational duties when directed by line management, in support of primary operational activities / critical incidents and to participate in the out of hours "on-call" rota for serious crime matters.Read Job Summary
Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands, covering an area of 25 square miles with a population of around 65,000. It has some of Britain's finest and best-kept beaches, an especially mild and sunny climate, and the historic town of St. Peter Port truly is one of the prettiest harbour towns in Europe.
Guernsey's rich and fascinating heritage is one of the island's outstanding features and is interwoven into modern day living, making it an interesting and exciting place to live. Opportunities for outdoor activities and island hopping are plentiful and with an island renowned for its cuisine and local produce, there are always food events, festivals and eateries to enjoy.
Would you like to join a local police force with all the aspects of a UK Force in regard to career and promotion opportunities?
Contact Emma.Bailey@gov.gg to find out more.