PCC welcomes a week of new recruits for Hertfordshire Constabulary
Police and Crime Commissioner David Lloyd has welcomed a seven day period when the Constabulary’s contingent of Officers, PCSOs and Specials were noticeably increased. 

Following the graduation of 11 new PCSOs on Friday 2nd November, on Monday 5th November 29 new police constables attended a graduation ceremony at Headquarters and are now working across the county.  On Thursday 8th 16 new special constables, along with their families and employers attended their attestation ceremony.

David Lloyd said, “I am delighted that we now have 56 new constables, special constables and PCSOs working on our streets in Hertfordshire and I would encourage people thinking about a career or volunteering with Hertfordshire Constabulary to visit our recruitment pages or attend one of our open days.”

The next recruitment open day is being held on Saturday, November 17 from 10am to 2pm at Police Headquarters in Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6XF.

We are currently recruiting for a number of both paid for and volunteering roles:
  • Police Officers
  • Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs)
  • Volunteer Sepcial Constables
  • Police Now Graduates
  • Communications Operators in our Force Communications Room
During the day, you’ll be able to speak to officers and staff who are already doing the jobs that we’re recruiting for, learn more about what the roles involve, try out the police fitness test and watch displays by members of our Personal Safety team.

There will also be advisors on hand to provide support on application writing and they will be able to answer any questions about the application process and eligibility criteria.

Or visit www.herts.police.uk and click on Apply