Police Constables for the Project Servator Team at the City of London Police
Project Servator is a policing approach designed to disrupt the planning criminals, including terrorists, need to do. It involves highly visible and unpredictable police deployments that can turn up anywhere at any time. We work closely with community partners across the City of London to keep our communities safe and disrupt a wide range of criminality. Project Servator is being rolled out across UK policing after being developed and trialled successfully by the Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) and City of London Police.
We have a number of opportunities for Police Constables to join Project Servator at City of London Police. You will play a key role in delivering Project Servator across the Square Mile and the capital in partnership with other police forces.
The City of London Police is a recognised Home Office Force based in the heart of the financial centre of London. It is proud to deliver an exceptional service and year on year we have risen to this challenge. We are committed to keeping the City safe, and protecting the City from the threat of terrorism.
Applicants DO NOT necessarily need to hold a current Project Servator qualification. However they do need an operational understanding and interest in how Project Servator works and enjoy working as part of a close knit team. Although recent experience of deployments and the qualification would be of benefit, you will have an opportunity to develop your skills and experience once in post.
Any successful candidate will be required to complete the training upon joining City of London Police. Failure to successfully complete the training will result in a move to another Uniform Policing department.
The Competency and Values Framework (CVF) is used to assess the eligible candidates. For further information please visit:
Applications should be made online, using the online recruitment system found: https://careers.cityoflondon.police.uk/
Please contact Ch. Inspector Christopher.Hay@city-of-london.pnn.police.uk with any questions or for more information.
A diverse workforce improves the service we provide to our public by making us more approachable and relevant within our communities. This is why it’s vitally important that we recruit people from a wide range of communities and backgrounds with an understanding of cultural issues and a wide range of skills. We therefore particularly encourage female and people from Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic communities to join us. For more information on the City of London Police please visit:
The City of London Police is committed to equal opportunities and particularly welcomes applications from Female, BAME & other underrepresented groups