HP – Roads Policing Constable (EXTERNAL)


Role: HP – Roads Policing Constable                      

Department: Specialist Operations Unit    

Location: Melton Police Station, Wyke Way, North Ferriby       

Hours: 40 hours per week    

Contract Type: Permanent  

Applicants for this role must have previous Roads Policing experience.

Applications are welcome from indviduals who hold a motorbike licence.

As a Roads Policing Constable, you will provide support for Humberside Police and its partners through the application of specialist Roads Policing skills.  You will attend road traffic collisions, traffic enforcement, participate in national and local casualty reduction campaigns and deny criminals use of the roads by utilising intelligence systems to detect and deter.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintaining high visibility policing and provide a response to calls for service in order to prevent or detect offences, preserve life, keep the peace and enhance the quality of life of the community.
  • Arresting and interviewing persons suspected of committing criminal offences ensuring that all activity is in line with P.A.C.E. Using professional judgement to seek the appropriate outcome for the victim and community.
  • Responsible for using the NDM and THRIVE model in all actions undertaken.

Skills and experience required from applicants for this role:

  • Must be the Rank of Constable to apply.
  • Will have successfully completed the student Police Officer programme, and have a minimum of two years Police service.
  • Must be a standard response driver and willing to undertake and pass a police advanced driving assessment gaining authority to drive vehicles in fleet classification group A.
  • Either attained Tier 2/PIP2 level investigation skills, or willing to undergo such training, including the necessary portfolio requirements.
  • Able to work unsupervised using own initiative to be pro-active in the areas of traffic enforcement and traffic intelligence.

For further information relating to the role and tasks of this position please refer to the attached role requirement.


We offer generous entitlements and supportive polices to enable a better work-life balance, some of which are listed below:

  • Generous annual leave allowance
  • Generous ‘family’ leave
  • Access to a range of occupational health facilities
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Employee assistance service ( accessible 24/7)

Further information:

Applicants must meet the minimum requirement checkable history criteria, which must be taken into account for individuals applying to work with South Yorkshire Police & Humberside Police in any capacity.  A minimum checkable history of 3 years has been identified for this role and successfully undergoing recruitment vetting procedure is a pre-requisite of employment.

Contact point for applicants:

For further information about the role, please contact:

Inspector Heather Cawson: Email Heather.Cawson@humberside.pnn.police.uk

Inspector Tony TInsley: Email Anthony.Tinsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk

Please DO NOT contact this person about the online application and recruitment process. 

If you have any questions regarding the recruitment process, please contact us at recruiting@humberside.pnn.police.uk

How to apply for the role:

For more information, please follow the below link, to our Transferee page, where you will find all the details required to apply for this role, along with information regarding further vacancies.  Please can you stipulate which role you are interested in on your application.




Closing dates are not normally extended, other than in exceptional circumstances and agreement is made with the HR Manager, Recruitment and the Line Manager for the role.


  • Role Requirement

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This opportunity is closed to applications.