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Police Officers - Transferee Opportunities

"From the beat to the beach in 15 minutes"

Police Constables and Police Sergeants

There are currently no vacancies within the Bailiwick of Guernsey Law Enforcement - however if you are interested in joining us in future, you can register your profile and sign up for future job alerts on gov.gg/careers 

The uniform operations division is responsible for delivering the full range of policing services directly to the public, dealing with public order and anti-social behaviour, investigating crime, reporting offences and incidents, traffic infractions and accidents etc. This department provides an emergency police response 24 hours a day, seven days a week and work a 5 week rota pattern.  

All of our Police Constables and Sergeants are expected to be trained to UK standards and following an initial transferee induction course, you will be assigned to one of the five shifts teams.

This is a wholly encompassing role where you will not only find a rewarding and ever-evolving career but a lifestyle where you can be on the beach or cliff walks within 15 minutes of finishing your shift.

If this sounds like the type of opportunity you are looking for, then make that change today!

If you have any issues accessing the recruitment website, our recruitment team can be contacted on erecruitment@gov.gg or by telephone on 01481 747394.

Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands, covering an area of 30 square miles and with a population of 65,000. It has some of Britain's finest and best-kept beaches, an especially mild and sunny climate, and the historic town of St. Peter Port which boasts the title of the prettiest harbour town in Europe.  The Island's rich and fascinating heritage is one of Guernsey's outstanding features and is interwoven into modern day living, making it an interesting and exciting place to live.  Opportunities for outdoor activities and island hopping are plentiful and with an island renowned for its cuisine and local produce, there are always food events, festivals and eateries to enjoy.