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Police Staff

Norfolk Constabulary is made up of many different roles that support frontline officers.

Current vacancies
Our police staff come from a wide range backgrounds, have varied experience and a wealth of different abilities.  So if you want to do something a little bit different and extremely worthwhile, check out our current vacancies which are updated weekly.

‘How much will I earn?
If you are interested in applying for one of our police staff vacancies, the salary for that post will be detailed in the advert. The salary ranges for all pay scales with effect from 1 September 2018 are:

Band A£17,262 - £18,078
Band B£18,078 - £19,704
Band C£20,115 - £22,668
Band D£23,361 - £26,433
Band E£27,339 - £31,095
Band F£31,995 - £36, 525
Band G£37, 677 - £42, 759
Band H£43, 779 - £47, 826
Band I£48, 879 - £53, 334
Band J£54, 510- £58, 191
Band K£59, 472- £63, 486

When and how will I get paid?
We will pay you monthly by automatic credit to your bank or building society account.

Child care support
A child care voucher scheme providing tax benefits is available.

Annual leave
You will receive 24 days holiday per year and after five years’ service you will receive 29 days per year. You will also receive additional leave if you work bank holidays.

Pension scheme
You will be given the option of joining the local government pension scheme.

Subsidised meals
At some locations there is a canteen where staff can buy subsidised meals.

Sports and social clubs
Each policing area has its own sports and social club. Members can enjoy a wide range of organised activities ranging from netball to climbing, clay pigeon shooting to mountain sports and subsidised trips and holiday breaks.

Staff Support Networks
We have a wide range of staff networks in place to support our employees, including the Black Police Association, the Christian Police Association and the Gay Police Association.

Further information
If you would like further information, please email: HRservicedesk@norfolk.pnn.police.uk, or visit the College of Policing website.