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What articles can you find about police:Please read the guidance notes below before starting your application. We also recommend you read our frequently asked questions and our terms and conditions.What you will need
1. Proofs of your current address - You must upload TWO different proofs of address which clearly show your name and address, and one must be dated within the last six months. Valid proofs of address include bank statements, utility bills or phone bills. You can also provide letters from your doctor, dentist, school or college if they are signed and dated on company headed paper.
2. A recent passport style colour photograph - You must upload one recent passport style photograph that clearly identifies you (the applicant). This photograph will be included on your Police Certificate. Your photograph should meet the same standards required for a UK passport (approximately 45mm x 35mm). To view guidance on acceptable photographs, please click here.
3. Copies of your passport(s) / travel document / official photographic identity document - You must upload copies of your passport(s) / travel document which clearly show your photograph, personal information, expiry date, nationality, machine readable zone, extension pages and signature (if applicable). Copies of other official photographic identity documents should show as many of these features as possible.
4. Copies of any necessary legal documents e.g. Power of Attorney, authorisation document, signed letter of authority etc (if applicable).
5. Provide a valid email address
6. Provide your address history - You must provide your address history for the last 10 years, including the dates you lived at the addresses. If you have lived outside of the UK for more than 10 years you will also be asked to provide your last UK address.
7. Provide endorser details - Your application must be endorsed by a suitable individual. We require your endorser’s full name, occupation, relationship to you (e.g. friend, employer etc. but NOT family), a telephone number, and their email address as we may send your passport photograph to them as part of our check. Click here for a list of possible endorsers.
PLEASE NOTE: The documents you upload must be no more than 2MB in size and in JPG, GIF, TIF or PDF file format. Passport style colour photographs must be in JPG, GIF or TIF only. Please note that if we cannot read your documents due to low image quality then your application may be delayed.Completing the form
Once you start the application you will not be able to save it and return to it later on. If you exit or you don’t move forwards or backwards for 60 minutes your data will be deleted.Third party applications
We can only supply personal data to the individual to whom it relates. If you are making an application on behalf of someone else (known as a 'third party application') you will need to provide a signed letter of authorisation from the person whose data is being requested, plus proofs of identity that show the true applicant's signature. Valid proofs include a passport, driving licence or identity card. You must have scanned copies of these documents saved to your computer or device.Payment
There are two service options available for your Police Certificate:
Payment to the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire is via the Worldpay payment service using a debit or credit card. We accept the following card types:What happens once you submit your application?
We will notify you by email when we receive your application. A PDF copy of your application will be attached to our email. We will process your request and send your Police Certificate to the postal address shown on your application form and confirmed by your proofs of address and/or to the delivery address specified on your application. The Standard and Premium service fees include 1st class postage to a UK address or standard airmail to an overseas address. We cannot send Police Certificates by email.
If there is an issue with your application and we have to contact you for further information, your application may be delayed.
WARNING: Any person who impersonates or attempts to impersonate another may be guilty of an offence. The information supplied in connection with this application will be used for the purpose of processing this request and to ensure the accuracy of Police systems.
Being a police officer is both a challenging and rewarding role. Our selection process is designed to identify people who demonstrate that they have the potential to become fully effective in the role - simply, to be the best officers they are capable of being.
We strongly recommend that you can comfortably meet the National Fitness Assessment Standard before you submit your application as your fitness level will be assessed at an early stage of our selection process. If you don't pass you will have to wait a further six months before re-applying, so make sure you're ready before you start the selection process.Selection Process
The selection process is a combination of elements that enable us to assess your overall suitability and is broken down into the following stages:Application Form
The first step is completing our national application form which you can download from the 'How To Apply' section. Please note that we do not accept CVs. You must complete all sections of the form and disclose all material information.
Before you start you need to check that you meet the minimum essential criteria as detailed in the 'Eligibility' section.
The questions on the application form ask you to provide answers about the following:
What drives and motivates you to want to become a police officer; What are your expectations about the type of duties that police officers undertake; What impact do you think being a police officer will have on your social/domestic life; What preparation have you done before applying; What experience and skills do you have that will help you to be an effective police officer.
So it's important that you think carefully about your answers. It is likely that you will need to undertake some research in order to help you answer the job related questions on the application form, so you will need to be prepared to spend time doing some research to ensure you are able to complete your application form to a good standard.
The responses you provide to each question will be assessed so make sure your application is fully completed, well presented, clear and concise. You should not use abbreviations or text language. The application must be all your own work. Be honest and you should expect to be asked questions on any of the answers you provide later in the selection process.
If you pass the application paper-sift stage you will be invited to sit the Standard Entrance Test and/or the national fitness assessment. You are required to pass both of these stages before being invited to attend for an interview.Standard Entrance Test (SET)
The test is made up of three papers and there are three different versions of the test. The test covers: language, numbers and information handling. Use of a calculator is permitted when completing the numbers paper.
You must pass all three test papers to proceed to the next stage.
You will be afforded automatic re-sits should you fail the SET subject to the maximum of three attempts in total.
To help you get ready we've created sample test papers for you to practice with. To find them scroll down to the bottom of this page where there is a list of PDF documents which you can download.Dyslexic Candidates
We are committed to making our selection process and facilities as accessible as possible for all applicants and employees.
If you have or think you have dyslexia you can contact recruitment on 01355 566350 for guidance on how we can help you.Initial Fitness Assessment
Being a police officer is both physically and mentally challenging. The national fitness assessment will require you to undertake a Multi Stage Fitness Test (MSFT) in accordance with