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Want to Join?
“Make a difference in your community,
become an Honorary Police Officer”
The election of Honorary Police Officers must conform to the requirements of the following Jersey legislation and are for a term of three years –
a) Public Elections (Jersey) Law 2000, for the role of Centenier;
b) Loi (1871) sur la mode d’election des Vingteniers, for the role of Vingtenier;
c) Loi (1938) sur les Officiers du Connetables, for the role of Constables Officer; and
d) Honorary Police (Jersey) Regulations 2005, for Centeniers, Vingteniers and Constables Officers.
Set out below is the procedure that parishes may follow to recruit individuals as honorary police officers. Please note however that each parish may undertake the process slightly differently -
1. Individual makes contact with Parish via their Parish/Public Hall or the Jersey Honorary Police website
2. Initial discussion is held between individual and the Chef de Police/Chairperson Recruitment Committee
3. Paperwork is completed by individual and submitted to relevant Parish
4. Interview is held with Connétable and Chef de Police/Recruitment Committee
5. Parish Assembly – Nomination of individual is made
5(a) Parish Assembly – Election (if needed) takes place
6. Individual attends the Royal Court of Jersey to take Oath of Office.
7. Parochial Induction of Individual
Interested? Apply on-line
Please complete the "Intent to Apply" form on-line under "Application", found in the menu on the left hand side of this page. Your details will then be forwarded to the relevant Parish.
Thank you for your interest.
Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005
We confirm that personal information submitted to us on the "Intent to Apply" form will only be used for the purpose of forwarding your details to the relevant Parish and advising them that you have expressed an interest in joining the Honorary Police.
We respect the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information and will not disclose it to third parties (other than the relevant Parish) without your consent unless required to by law.