Are you considering applying to become a police officer with Police Scotland. Make 2017 your year of change.
We are looking for people like you to join one of the biggest and best teams in Scotland.
If you are an honest, hardworking individual who is enthusiastic, motivated and looking for true job satisfaction then you can find it working with us. You’ll receive first class training and be rewarded with an extraordinary job that is like no other.
If you are looking for an exciting and varied career that gives you the chance to have fresh challenges every day then look no further and come and join us as a police officer.
You’ll need to be 18 years or over, meet the residency criteria and be physically fit.
Interested and want to apply? Find out more in the How to Apply pages.
You will need to submit:
- Application Form
- Vetting Form
- Equality and Diversity Form
- Posting Preference Questionnaire
To us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
All four forms must be submitted together. Incomplete submissions will not be progressed and will be returned to you.
Due to the high volume of applications already received and to enable recruitment activities to focus on our projected demand levels over the coming months, with effect from 10 July 2017 the following divisions will temporarily not be available for selection by new applicants: G, Q, K, U and L (West Dunbartonshire only). Further information is available by clicking here.
You can find more information about joining Police Scotland below or check out our Twitter and Facebook feeds for up to date information about recruitment.
There are several essential criteria which must be met for your application to be advanced further.
Find out about the personal qualities and attributes that are required to become a Police Officer.
The selection process allows us to assess your overall suitability and is broken down into various stages.
Find out more information about the training and probationary period for Police Officers.
Police Scotland offers a range of benefits, including the police pension scheme and an attractive salary.
Most common questions are answered here, including fitness, health and religious queries.