Police looking for new specials to tackle rural crime in Bassetlaw

Nottinghamshire Police are looking for new specials in Bassetlaw

Nottinghamshire Police are looking for new specials in Bassetlaw

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Nottinghamshire Police are looking to start recruiting special constables to work in the rural areas of north east Bassetlaw.

Areas like Misterton are one of 13 villages that need specials to identify and tackle rural crime.

The towns of Retford, Harworth and Tuxford are also looking for additional support to fight countryside crime.

Training is the same as regular specials plus a two-day specialist workshop.

Special Constables (or Specials) are volunteer police officers with the same powers as regular officers.

They work in partnership with regular officers and the wider policing family, such as Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs).

Specials spend a minimum of four hours a week supporting their police colleagues to tackle crime in their communities.

If you’re interested, contact Beth Lucas at Nottinghamshire Police by e-mail at beth.lucas12930@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk, or by phone by ringing 101 ext 8106921