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Volunteer VacancyDelivering a top quality service to the people of Derbyshire is a priority for police – and we are looking for volunteers to help us achieve just that, including the role of Wildlife Crime Support Volunteer.

Police Support Volunteers is a new scheme aimed at opening the door to members of the public who want to get involved in policing and make a difference to their community, but do not necessarily want to wear a uniform to do it.

Being a police support volunteer (PSV) means contributing some of your spare time in a wide variety of ways, working alongside police officers, PCSOs, Special Constables and police staff to protect the public and cut down crime.

If you think volunteering for the role of Wildlife Crime Support Volunteer is something that you might be interested in, download the PDF on the right-hand-side of this page for further information.

There's more information about volunteering with Derbyshire Constabulary on our Volunteer With Us page.

VolunteersPicture credit: NPAS Ripley

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