Are you wanting to become one of Boris Johnsons new 20K cops? #Bozers 

Prime Minster Boris Johnson has announced recruitment will begin for the recruitment of 20,000 (20K) new Police Constables within the United Kingdom.

Police Hour has a commitment to supporting new police constables get the best (FREE) advice and tips they need to know about becoming a Police Officer.

As recruitment gears up we will release updates and announcements in relation to the recruitment and focused content that will assist you within the recruitment process from your initial interest, application, assessment centre, medical, fitness, interview and final interview.

We will also be looking to release further content that will assist you within your training and journey to becoming a police constable within the United Kingdom.

We want to help you along the way in the best way we can as you take your daunting and exciting steps from being a civilian to a warranted police constable.

Even if are a Special Constable or a Police Community Support Officer we believe the information we release can help you along each step of the way as you prepare for a life-changing career that will make a real difference to your community.

We aim to help you with your mindset, planning and approach to your application and during each stage by releasing focused content that will offer guidance, assistance and a fresh approach.

What’s better still is we are offering this content for FREE, meaning you have a great opportunity to read some great content that could save you some money and help you along your journey to becoming a police constable.

Have you always dreamed of becoming a Police Officer?

The Police have begun recruiting police officers again after years of recruitment freezes, And here at Police Hour we aim to help you on your journey to becoming a Police Officer providing you with the best information that would give you a succeeding chance at passing the Police Recruitment process. It’s always wise before you begin the application process if you are able to apply.

We aim to help those looking to be a Police Officer, Police Community Support Officer, Special Constable or join the National Fast track scheme Police Now.

School & College leavers you are in the right place!

If you are just about to leave school or college and you are looking for information on joining the police you are in the right place.

Although you need to be 18 to become a police officer now is the time to prepare and get ready, The police application process could be the toughest process you will experience and preparation is key.

The best place to check for the latest police recruitment opportunities is the College of Policing or at your local force recruitment website. Applications these days are usually limited to 400, This is why preparation is key.

Before you apply for the police you may want to think about the fundamentals of why you want to become a police officer? you’ll be asked this question many times during the application process.

The Police recruitment processes will involve an application form, an assessment centre known as SEARCH® assessment centre and then a medical assessment, Police Fitness, while all of this is happening the police, will be carrying out vetting (background checks) on you, The entire process can take from 6 months to 9 months.

The Police have begun recruiting police officers again after years of recruitment freezes, And here at Police Hour we aim to help you on your journey to becoming a Police Officer providing you with the best information that would give you a succeeding chance at passing the Police Recruitment process.

We aim to help those looking to be a Police Officer, Police Community Support Officer, Special Constable or join the National Fast track scheme Police Now.

Already an officer!

If you are already a police officer we are looking to support you too, with a range of tools and tips to help you throughout your policing career along with professional promotion coach Steve Cooper from Rank Success on hand.

We provide general advice and information for those budding officers looking for promotion help and advice with your OSPRE Part 1 and of course the Police Promotion Framework 

Already Had my day?

So you have enjoyed your policing career? you’ve had your ups and downs and now it’s time to plan for the next step. We are working with a range of partners to help you be job ready when you leave the police. If you are looking to set up your own business or earn a few pennies you could put your policing skills to take you to the next level.