/ Police Support Volunteers

Police Support Volunteers (PSVs) are citizens who provide a range of office and community-based support function - supporting the Police Band, the Police Museum, various Branches/Departments and Local Policing.

There are a wide range of roles performed by volunteers within GMP. These roles do not replace employed staff or officers. PSVs enable the Force to establish closer links with the community and draw on the skills and good will that volunteers offer. This enables the Force to add value to and enhance our service to the public. Our volunteers benefit from skills development and transfer, and a providing meaningful service. PSVs volunteer around 4-hours per week, and are generally a long-term volunteering opportunity.

PSVs have to be aged 16 years or over, and ideally live, work or study in Greater Manchester. We recruit PSVs on a fairly regular basis, depending on need. The process involves:

  1. Application form
  2. Interview
  3. Medical declaration
  4. Background and security checks

PSVs receive a formal induction into the Force and training appropriate and relevant to their role.


Volunteering Matters

Volunteering Matters is a quarterly publication to showcase the non-uniformed police volunteers activity within the police service, as well as provide articles and ideas for practitioners who manage and support volunteers

View the latest issue here


We advertise Police Support Volunteer opportunities on our Current Vacancy Page

as well as via the www.do-it.org website.


 If you are interested in becoming a Police Support Volunteer, We advertise Police Support Volunteer opportunities on our Current Vacancy Page or via www.do-it.org


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