Want to join our policing family? Have you ever thought about volunteering?
This year we have some exciting opportunities available to anyone who is looking to volunteer.
There are a number of different roles on offer in a variety of different departments across the force. We want you to bring your passion, enthusiasm and expertise to support our mission to prevent crime, protect the public and help those in need. You might want to volunteer with us to enhance your CV, have a new experience, meet new people or give back to your community.
As and when these volunteering opportunities become available we will advertise them here here
If working from one of our buildings isn’t for you, Street Watch may be the answer.
Street Watch are people like you who – with some training and support from us – team up with other people from their area and be the eyes and ears of our officers. Patrols are non-confrontational and aimed at improving neighbourhoods by identifying issues such as graffiti and criminal damage. If volunteers spot suspicious activity they report it but don’t get directly involved.
Street watch is all about citizenship and not policing. It’s about people who want to take an active role in their neighbourhood.
Street Watch members carry out unpaid, regulated street patrols for a minimum of two hours a month. Working in pairs they provide a visible, reassuring presence in their neighbourhoods.
Members have no police powers and are managed by a volunteer coordinator who maintains a list of who’s walking and provides advice, guidance and support in consultation with the local neighbourhood sergeant.
If you would like to register your interest to participate in Street Watch please email Streetwatch@west-midlands.pnn.police.uk
If you’re interested in volunteering but the above aren’t quite right for you please complete the below form to register your interest to be notified when further opportunities become available.