202214 Detective Constable Pathway
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Vacancy Reference Number - 12390
Number of Vacancies - 1000
(B) OCU - NW - North West Command Unit, SE - South East Command Unit, SN - South Area Command Unit, WA - West Area Command Unit, NA - North Area Command Unit, CE - Central East Command Unit, AS - Central South Command Unit, NE - North East Command Unit, SW - South West Command Unit, AW - Central West Command Unit, EA - East Area Command Unit, CN - Central North Command Unit
Location - Dagenham, Barnet, Hendon, Bexleyheath, Sidcup, Wembley , Kilburn, Bromley, Holborn, Kentish Town, West Hampstead, West Croydon, Croydon, Acton, Ealing, Southall, Edmonton, Enfield, Eltham, Plumstead, Shoreditch, Stoke Newington, West Brompton, Hammersmith, Hornsey, Tottenham, Wood Green, Harrow, Romford, Hayes, Uxbridge, Chiswick, Hounslow, Holloway, Islington, Kings Cross, Kensington, Notting Hill, Kingston, Brixton, Kennington, Catford, New Cross, Lewisham, Mitcham, Wimbledon, Forest Gate, Plaistow, Stratford, Belgravia, Ilford , Teddington, Twickenham, Peckham, Southwark, Walworth, Sutton, Bethnal Green, Bow, Limehouse, Chingford, Leytonstone, Putney, Lavender Hill, Wandsworth, Buckingham Place, Charing Cross, Victoria Embankment, St James Park, Hyde Park, Paddington, Westminster, Barking, Heathrow, St Pancras, Vauxhall, Lambeth
Rank - Detective Constable
Part/Full Time - Part Time/ Full Time
Hours per Week - 40 hours per week
Type of Contract - Police Officer – Subject to posting
Now more than ever, start a career like no other in London's Met
Want to join our team of world-renowned Detectives? To be part of a police service working hard to keep London safe for everyone. A job that makes a difference every day, supporting victims of crime when they need your help the most and bringing offenders to justice? If you do – join the Met, as a Detective Constable.
As a Detective you will deal with serious and complex investigations, uncovering the truth and analysing evidence on cases. This could range from undertaking search warrants and making arrests to pushing a case through the courts to get the right outcome for the victim and their family, all whilst making the communities we serve safer. If you thrive on problem solving; have good communication skills; love teamwork; and want to make a difference, then this is the job for you.
It is a varied, challenging and hugely rewarding career with excellent pay and benefits, stability and opportunities for promotion like no other employer can offer. You could find yourself working in cybercrime, safeguarding a child or vulnerable adult or, as you move up the ranks, leading on the investigations. Ultimately, it will be up to you to choose your path and the only limit will be your ambition.
Detective Constable Degree Holder Entry Programme - keeping London safe for everyone whilst earning a Diploma.
Our Detective DHEP pathway, fully funded by the Met, builds on your academic achievements to date and you’ll graduate with a diploma in Professional Policing Practice. It’s a vocational course that focuses on practical learning and is specifically tailored to help you start your career in policing as a Detective.
From day one you’ll be employed as a constable and trained immediately to be a detective constable. You’ll spend your time working alongside your team, turning your learning into experience making a difference to London and our communities from the very start.
The Detective DHEP is delivered in partnership with four London universities: Brunel University; University of West London; Anglia Ruskin University; and University of East London. It is a two-year programme.
We’re looking for people from all backgrounds to join us. People who share our values of professionalism, integrity, courage and compassion.
To be eligible for our Detective DHEP programme you must hold, or be working towards one of the following:
- A recognised UK degree (level 6) qualification or,
- An equivalent overseas degree supported by an ENIC Statement of Comparability (to confirm the UK level 6 equivalent of your overseas qualification), AND
- A functional English Language Level 2 qualification.
- If you are still working towards your level 6 qualification, you are still eligible to apply if you are due to complete your degree and be qualified by 31st March 2023.
Attaining English language level 2 as a minimum requirement for overseas degree holders. Applicants who do not meet the criteria will need to obtain and evidence their English functional skills qualification before being able to receive a formal offer and take up appointment as a Detective Constable.
Joining as a Detective Constable on the Degree Holder Entry Programme is a limited opportunity don’t delay and start your application today
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