Volunteering with Lancashire Constabulary gives you the opportunity to share your skills, enhance your CV, meet new people and improve the quality of service we provide to our communities.
Being a volunteer means contributing some of your time to help Lancashire Constabulary improve its quality of service to local communities. The amount of time you decide to volunteer will be up to you and will be agreed during the application process.
Volunteers are involved in various aspects of the service from helping Neighbourhood Policing Teams to develop close relationships with their communities, to monitoring media coverage, to contacting the public to update them on the progress of police investigations or gathering further information.
Unless otherwise stated all of our volunteering roles are open to ages 18 years and over.
All current vacancies are advertised through our Lancashire Volunteer Partnership site.
Take a look at some case studies from two of our volunteers as they talk about why they volunteer for us.