Message from Herts Police

If you’re looking to change career and want to make a positive difference, why not join us at an event to find out more about the role of a Police Community Support Officer (PCSO)?

PCSOs work in Safer Neighbourhood Teams which work to improve the quality of life for residents and make their area safer, by proactively tackling crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB).

The role of a Police Community Support Officers is paid and there are opportunities for people who wish to work part-time or flexible hours.  The role involves shift work, including working some weekends and evenings to 11pm.

An information evening is taking place on Wednesday, August 29th at 7pm at Police Headquarters, Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City, AL8 6XF. People will be able to find out more about what the role entails and gain valuable advice about the application process. There will also be an opportunity to speak with serving PCSOs.

To book a place at the event, please email Parking is available on site.

“There are a whole host of reasons why the role of a Police Community Support Officer is attractive,” said Superintendent for Workforce Development, Clare Smith. “Many people have had a career elsewhere and want a role which has a direct impact on the community. You may have built up life skills and experiences which could be a great advantage to the role.

“You’ll be supporting victims of crime, instigating crime prevention initiatives, conducting patrols to prevent crime and reassure residents and generally being a port of call in your community. It’s a very unique role that our PCSOs say is challenging, but incredibly rewarding.”

Anyone who is interested in finding out more about the role can visit

If you need to reply regarding this message, click on this email address:

Terry Morris
Watch Liaison Officer
Neighbourhood Watch
Tel: 01707 355815

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