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We’re embarking on an exciting journey at GMP – and we want you to come with us.
Our force is undergoing one of its biggest transformations as we make Greater Manchester a safer place to live, work and socialise.
That’s where you come in. We’re looking for anyone passionate about making an impact on their community to join us and be the difference.
Are you assertive, able to think quickly in any situation and capable of solving problems? Do you have strong communication skills, great attention to detail and a good listening ear?
If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you. We’re looking for people of all backgrounds to join our teams.
There are multiple routes into policing – all of which offer the chance to earn while you gain a recognised qualification:
What: A two-year or three year full time external course.
Who: For those who want a traditional university experience, by achieving a Professional Policing degree before applying to us.
Starting salary: £26,682 with annual increments rising to £43,032 per annum after 7 years’ service.
The result: Achieving a Professional Policing degree before applying for a role with us. A Professional Policing degree can lead to a variety of careers in the wider justice sector.
What: A two-year training programme
Who: For degree holders
The result: A graduate diploma in Professional Policing Practice and a role as a qualified police officer upon successful completion of the course.
What: A three-year degree apprenticeship
Who: For non-degree holders
The result: A BSc (Hons) in Professional Policing and a role as a qualified police constable upon successful completion of the course.
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