Some info about us

Working for the police service is challenging.

Our new Certificate of Knowledge in Policing  (CKP)  ensures that you obtain the skills you will need to help you become a professional Police Officer.

 

View our vacancies

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer

We’re here to serve all the communities in South Wales.

We recognise and value individuals’ unique differences, and we want South Wales Police to continue to develop as an organisation which represents and reflects our communities.

You can find out more about our Equality and Diversity commitments on our Equality and Diversity page.

Read Chief Constable Peter Vaughan’s Equality and Diversity statement.

There are other ways to get involved

Special Constables

Our Special Constables play a vital role in policing South Wales. They have the same powers and duties as regular Police Officers but perform their duties around their day jobs as volunteers.


Police Support Volunteers

Police Support Volunteersare valued members of South Wales Police and we are fortunate to have them helping us. Their roles are varied and range from helping neighbourhood policing officers at PACT meetings through to helping at the South Wales Police Museum