Are you a successful, professional PIP2 accredited DC with experience in Public Protection, Proactive or Reactive Crime?
Do you thrive on managing investigations from start to finish and enjoy the ownership and satisfaction of seeing a job through to the very end?
We’re looking for experienced and committed investigators to form part of our exciting new policing model and be at the very heart of our some of our most serious and high profile investigations.
Why choose Surrey
We’re a relatively small force, but we are big on innovation. We take a positive approach to doing things differently. That includes working closely with Sussex Police, other regional forces and our partners across the county to improve services. Everything we do is driven by the desire to ensure our officers and staff work in the best way for the public.
As a valued member of our warm and welcoming force family, you’ll be valued as an individual, and trusted to do your job and make your own decisions. Here, you will have a real opportunity to get your voice heard. With support to become the best you can be, both professionally and personally, you will enjoy scope to take on a range of roles, specialise in areas that interest you, and take advantage of progression opportunities.
We help to keep Surrey as one of the nation’s most desirable counties in which to live and work. From beautiful countryside to vibrant towns, Surrey has a place and pace of life to suit everyone. What’s more, London, the south coast and two international airports are all close by.
We offer a wide range of benefits including a healthcare programme and gym classes, career average pension scheme and flexible working, a host of discounts with local and national organisations, and leisure benefits such as free or discounted bus and rail travel. The Regional allowance for Surrey Police is £2500 per annum (paid monthly) and upon joining If you have two years’ service (anywhere) you’ll also be eligible for a £110 monthly fuel allowance when you join us.
We are only as good as our people. It's really important to us that our officers and staff can be themselves in the workplace and we believe that as an organisation we'll benefit from the variety of thinking, approach and skills that diversity can bring; all of which helps us to deliver a better policing service.
We have worked really hard to create a safe, open and inclusive culture. We have a range of staff networking groups to provide specific support and advice and we are proud to be members of Stonewall and Disability Confident, and to be aligned with the Armed Forces Covenant and the HeForShe movement.
We value the differences that people bring from all backgrounds and communities so, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, disability, social status or religious beliefs, we would love to hear from you.