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Wednesday, 01 April 2015

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Cumbria police launch search for 84 new officers

A recruitment drive is being launched to find 84 new officers to join Cumbria police.

During the next financial year, the force is looking to appoint 72 new full-time officers, with a further 12 transferring from other forces.

The aim is to bolster its ranks to meet policing challenges in the coming years.

The application process opens on March 10 at midday, and runs until April 1.

However chiefs stress that it may close early if it receives a high number of quality applications as anticipated.

The new officers will help deliver community policing and support the front line, working within communities to tackle policing priorities.

Assistant Chief Constable Michelle Skeer said: “The new officers will support the front line and will be visible within local communities working with local people focussing on the areas that are important to them.”

To find out more visit www.cumbria.police.uk/join-us


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