To work for Wiltshire Police you need to be successfully vetted.
The following information will help you work out if you are eligible.
If you have any further questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our recruitment officers can answer any questions you may have and offer any support you need throughout the process.
Successful applicants are subject to vetting prior to appointment. Please note there are different vetting levels depending on the type of role you are applying for, with some exceptions including individuals who work in the armed forces or government services.
Minimum number of years' residency in the UK
Recruitment Vetting (RV)
Management Vetting (MV)
Non-police personnel vetting (volunteers/contractors) (NPPV)
Counter-terrorist check (CTC)
Security check (SC)
Developed vetting (DV)
Previous convictions and cautions
You will be expected to detail all convictions and cautions (including those spent). Police National Computer (PNC) records will be checked and any omissions could affect the outcome of the vetting process. This will be reviewed on a case by case basis. This information will NOT be divulged to your family, employer or Wiltshire Police manager. For more information please visit the home office guidance on recruitment
All applicants need to have resided permanently in the UK for a minimum of three years prior to applying. However if you have resided outside the UK for a time but can provide sufficient information to enable meaningful checks to be conducted in relation to that period, we will consider your application alongside the information you provide.
Applicants will not be considered if they have an existing County Court Judgement (CCJ) or have been declared bankrupt in the last three years.