If you're interested in transferring to Wiltshire Police from another police force we'd love to hear from you.   Applications are now open for Police Officers, Detective Constables, Firearms Officers and Forensic Collision Investigation Officers.

Friday 3 May is the closing date for the next round of interviews which take place on Friday 17 May for our September intake. 

Have a look at what one of our recent transferees Swindon Police Officer Karoline Maia has to say, who joined us from Norfolk Constabulary in 2018.

Founded in 1839, Wiltshire Police is the oldest county force in the country.

We are a values-based employer responsible for policing Wiltshire and Swindon, with some 2,000 police officers and police staff.

We committed to keeping Wiltshire among the safest counties in the country and serve an increasingly diverse population of around 635,000 people across 1,346 square miles - from Swindon's lively urban areas to the rolling countryside and iconic sites such as Stonehenge, Avebury and Salisbury Cathedral.

Please see below for answers to some frequently asked questions.

To apply to transfer to Wiltshire Police, please complete the below form. Instructions on what to do to complete the form are included within the document

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