New role to Kent Police – Community Policing Volunteer

Community Policing Volunteers

Kent Police are looking for volunteers to play a new role in community policing. Could this be you?

As a Community Policing Volunteer (CPV) you’ll work closely with communities and businesses to promote community safety.  You’ll also identify and support vulnerable people through local engagement and working with partner agencies.

You’ll be responsible for patrolling a specific neighbourhood, supporting the community by;

  • Providing reassurance and point of contact in the community
  • Utilising your powers to deal with antisocial behaviour and traffic management
  • Working with them and partners to resolve longer term community problems.

Working closely with regular officers, special constables, PCSO’s and partner agencies to actively seek information and intelligence around criminal activity, disorderly or anti-social behaviour and provide feedback on outcome of police action.

Visit the Kent Police website for more information about this exciting new role >>