We are recognised as a disability confident employer. This means we aim to recruit and retain disabled people, and people with health conditions, for their skills and talent:
It is important that applicants consider if they would like to request arrangements that will assist them in completing elements of the recruitment process. This could be in relation to disability, neurodiversity, pregnancy, menopause, injury, religion or belief etc.
Examples of arrangements that can be provided may include: (this list is not exhaustive)
interviews being conducted in ground floor rooms only
allowances for individuals who are pregnant to remain in recruitment pools until they feel able to continue in the recruitment process (operational roles)
additional time being provided to individuals with neurodiverse conditions
questions printed in formats to ensure applicants are not treated less favourably
interviewing virtually or at a time that best suits the individual.
If you would like to request arrangements for support or further information, please contact our HR Recruitment Team.
Any contact or information requests received relating to reasonable adjustments and accommodations will be treated with the upmost confidence.
If you require our equality information in an alternative format please contact us to request or discuss your needs on [email protected]
Police Staff roles
We are a disability confident employer and providing candidates meet the minimum requirements they will be invited for interview. We are able to offer additional time for any tests that are timed.
Police Officer roles
We are able to approve reasonable adjustments at our assessment centres for candidates that can provide a full adult diagnostic report. If you are unable to provide a report as part of your application, please be aware that reasonable adjustments may not be able to be considered for these elements.