Police Officer Transferee
Type: Permanent Location: North West Organisation: Merseyside Police

Merseyside Police is seeking to recruit substantive Police Constable Transferees to commence service from April 2023 onwards.

Why join Merseyside Police

Policing on Merseyside is dynamic, challenging, rewarding and we take pride in everything we do. We are the best performing urban Force as graded by HMICFRS and our strategy is to put the communities of Merseyside first in all we do. We have a strong focus on continuous improvement with particular emphasis on our approach to Reducing Violence Against Women and Girls; Tackling Serious Organised Crime and County Lines; Enhancing our approach to Diversity and Inclusion; and building trust and legitimacy through our approach to Community Engagement.

Merseyside is one of the smallest geographical forces, but serves a diverse population in a challenging policing area, responding to almost 1 million calls for service per year. The Force received an additional £12M funding from the Home Office this year to continue the incredibly important work to tackle county lines and serious violence.

Our Force Strategy

We are driven by the current Force Strategy 2020-25 and passionately believe that Community First is absolutely the right thing for our communities, for our partners and for Merseyside Police.

Our vision is to put our communities first – we are committed to preventing crime and anti-social behaviour, through our developing approach to preventative policing, in order that we reduce the number of victims particularly those crimes that cause high harm. We are evolving our approach with the PCC to supporting victims of crime and we are dedicated to bringing more offenders to justice, whilst building in diversionary and preventative approaches.

The opportunity to develop your career with us

We are looking for talented officers Constable who have the drive and energy to support the force in providing a policing service that puts our communities at the heart of everything we do. The candidates must be active in their commitment to building a diverse and inclusive force that is representative of our communities. We have recently introduced a new leadership framework that outlines the expected values, behaviours and culture within our Force.
Providing you are confirmed/substantive in rank as a Constable we welcome transferees and to join any of our operational/specialist Policing teams and specifically anyone with any of the skills outlined – Investigations (PIP2, Covert, PVP, CyberCrime, Counter Terrorism, Serious and Organised Crime), Driving, Firearms.

We are currently welcoming applications from substantive officers with a keen interest in becoming Detectives. We are offering officers who have passed their probation the opportunity to transfer directly into our AIDES Programme. The program sets a clear, achievable timeline for achieving PIP2 accreditation within 18 months of joining and offers invaluable experience within Investigations.

If you would like any more information about the AIDES Programme or wish to be considered for this pathway, please do not hesitate to contact us via

Our Recruitment Process

We have a simple transferee process which includes the following stages:

  • Online Application Form

  • Initial Suitability Check

  • Vetting, Medical, Fitness Test, PDR /Skill verification

  • Final Offer and confirmed start date/posting details

The Equality Act 2010 makes it unlawful to discriminate against a disabled person in all areas of employment, including recruitment. The Police Service welcomes people with disabilities and will do its best to make reasonable adjustments to the working arrangements and/ or the working environment providing it is possible to do so.

If you have a disability and you require support with your application, please let us know so we can consider and support you with any reasonable adjustments you may require. Should you require reasonable adjustments during the recruitment process, please let us know during the selection process. For further information, please contact the People Services Contact Centre at

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