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Police Staff Careers & E-Recruitment


Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding career?

Derbyshire Constabulary has so much more to offer than being a police officer, which means that you'll play a key part in assisting the force to deliver our commitment to our local communities. Such as:

  • Responding to 999 calls
  • Analysing crime data
  • Managing enquiry desk
  • As well as support roles such as IT, finance and human resources

A career with the force is rewarding and will be built on your particular strengths. You will be continually developing new skills and a deeper knowledge. There will also be opportunities for secondments to various departments including CID, the Child Protection Unit, East Midlands Airport and Dogs Section.

Working for the force can offer you a competitive salary, exclusive rewards and a great deal of personal training and development.

We're proud of what we've achieved, but we have some big ambitions for the future as well. We also know that our continued success depends on hiring exceptional people who share our values and our vision of the future. No matter what you decide to do at Derbyshire Constabulary, you'll need passion, determination and a customer-focused attitude.

Latest vacancies

Derbyshire Constabulary now manages all of its staff vacancies and officer intakes through an e-recruitment system.

This convenient new website allows you to apply for any role, follow the process of your application and arrange interview dates completely electronically. Emailed applications for Police Staff, Police Officer and Transferee roles will no longer be accepted.

You can also sign up for job alerts, so that you can be made aware of new roles as they become available.

Visit our E-Recruitment site to view the latest vacancies.

Also, use the buttons below to see how the recruitment process works, check if you're eligible to apply and see a list of frequently asked questions.



Do you need a quick answer to a general question? Then we recommend you visit the national Ask The Police web site.