Police Community Support Officers
Lancashire Constabulary is not currently recruiting for the role of Police Community Support Officer. Please monitor the website for any changes.
Police Community Support Officers (PCSO's) usually work as part of a local neighbourhood policing team with the main duties of;
- Being a point of contact for all members of the community
- Being a highly visible patrol and working with other organisations on problems such as anti-social behaviour.
To be a PCSO you need to be at least 18 years old. There is no height or qualification requirement, but you will need to be able to adapt to all kinds of situations with a positive approach.
The starting pay for a new PCSO is £16,024 and can rise to just over £18,000 (plus shift & weekend working allowances as applicable) depending on length of service
All current vacancies are advertised on our Twitter page www.twitter.com/lancspolice (@LancsPolice) so make sure you're following us to get the latest!