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Are you good with people and passionate about helping others? Could you be #MoreThanTheBadge?
The role of a police constable can be demanding but it's that variety which makes it one of the most rewarding jobs around. Every day presents a new challenge and you'll deal with different situations to make sure public order is maintained, at all times.
You'll be responsible for protection of life and property as well as prevention and detection of crime. Working as part of a close team, you’ll help to serve and protect the diverse communities and businesses of Kent.
Join #TeamKent as a police officer and you'll receive a starting salary of £25,082, rising to £42,128 within your first 7 years.
Note: these figures include a yearly £2,000 South East allowance. As of April 1 2020, the allowance will rise to £2,500 and the starting salary will be £25,582.
Are you eligible?
Find out more including whether you're eligible to apply and what the training is like by visiting our Police Officer recruitment section below.