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Essex Police Opportunities for Chief Inspector /Detective Chief Inspector

Promotion / Level Transfer Opportunities

Starting Salary: National Chief Inspector Pay scale plus £2000 South East allowance (or other housing rent allowance).

Essex Police are looking for Inspectors/Detective Inspectors who are eligible for promotion and Chief Inspector/Detective Chief Inspector on a level transfer to join it’s leadership team.

We are seeking dynamic, innovative and operationally credible leaders who are committed to enhancing service delivery that will support victims, reduce violence, enhance visibility and protect the most vulnerable within our society. The successful candidates will be truly committed and passionate about leading people and developing key partnerships to provide an exceptional policing service to the people of Essex.

Successful candidates will provide substantial evidence of leading the provision of a high-quality service to the public, demonstrating potential at a strategic level. In addition, candidates will be required to demonstrate evidence at level 2 of the national Competency and Values Framework (CVF):

· We are innovative and open-minded

· We are emotionally aware

· We take ownership

· We are collaborative

· We deliver, support and inspire

· We analyse critically

· Integrity

· Public Service

· Impartiality

· Transparency

Candidates wishing to be considered for a Detective Chief Inspector role must also:

· Be an Accredited Detective and have a proven background of managing complex investigations.

If you wish to register your interest in these positions please email our Human Resources department on The application window closes on midday on the 29th January 2020. Alternatively please contact our HR Department for a discussion on 01622 654450. There will be a Chief Officer Briefing held on 27th January 2020 at 1400-1600 for applicants.

For more information on how to apply, please visit our website

Essex Police welcomes applications regardless of age, disability, marital status (including civil partnerships), pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation, transgender, sex (or gender), employment status.

Nottinghamshire Police Officer Recruitment

Transfer of SEARCH Assessment Centre Pass Scores AND Police Transferee opportunities – Pc, Sgt, Insp (including all specialisms)

Nottinghamshire Police are now accepting the transfer of Police SEARCH Assessment Centre PASS scores and looking to recruit new officers before Christmas 2019.

Salary: £23,586

If you are interested in transferring your assessment centre scores to Nottinghamshire Police the following criteria applies;

  • You must have attended a Police SEARCH Assessment Centre with another Home Office Force and sat your assessment centre within the last 12 months from the date of submission of your application. You will need to provide proof of your score (either the feedback report from the College of Policing or confirmation from the force you completed it with).
  • Your pass at assessment centre must be with an overall score of 50% or above. PLEASE NOTE: all minimum scores must also have been achieved on all areas.
  • You must have been a UK resident for the last three years and be a UK, EU or commonwealth citizen, with no restrictions on your stay in the UK.
  • You must hold a Level 3 Qualification or equivalent.
  • You must hold a Full UK Manual Driving Licence.
  • You must not have any tattoos on your face, neck or hands which could cause offense. The nature location, size, prominence and appearance of tattoos will be considered. Photographs of tattoos in these areas should be attached to your online application.

Applicants transferring scores should be aware of the following:

  • Once we have reviewed your application, if we accept your transferred score, the next stage of the process would be an invite to a Force Interview

The Chief Constable will consider reasonable requests in terms of postings.

To register your interest, please email:

For more details on Nottinghamshire Police: