Northamptonshire Police is committed to equality and inclusion. Even before the Equality Act 2010 brought in a general equality duty for all public authorities, these principles were very important to us.
We have a number of initiatives in place across the force, including our hate crime champions, Independent Advisory Groups, and staff support networks. We extend our commitments to our staff and officers, as well as the public.
We are delighted to provide recruitment opportunities to the widest possible community, and we are keen to increase the diversity and representation of our workforce.
The force is keen to recruit people with a wide range of skills and experiences and an understanding of cultural issues. We have a number of support networks that are available to all officers, staff and volunteers, including:
Association of Muslim Police
Christian Police Association
Disability and Carers Support Network
Northamptonshire Black Police Association
Northants Police LGBT+ Network
Northamptonshire Police is focused on attracting, recruiting and retaining talented people. We value equality, diversity and inclusivity and welcome applications from across our communities.
We can offer flexible working for candidates with caring responsibilities and reasonable adjustments for anyone with a disability.
To view our latest Diversity Data Report, please visit our Freedom of Information page here.
Northamptonshire Police has a strong commitment to equality and diversity, striving to employ a workforce that reflects the diverse communities we serve.
To protect people, fight crime and bring offenders to justice, Northamptonshire Police seeks to attract, recruit, develop and retain the best talent from the widest pool of people.
For these reasons we actively encourage individuals from any background to consider applying, through the use of positive action. We are currently seeking better representation from minority groups and females.
Northamptonshire Police is an Equal Opportunities Employer.