More than a 9 to 5 and more than a regular graduate scheme.
Our grads see the difference they’re making each day: in communities, in society, and in individual lives.
Like Upile, who joined Police Now in 2016 and has been changing lives ever since.
In six short years, Upile has:
“Police Now stood out as different. I felt that through a programme that was so in line with what I connected with; it was the right way to go into policing. I think what sets Police Now apart – and why it is important – is that it really embraces you as an individual. I can honestly say that. It gives you the opportunity to be yourself and then be a police officer.”
Upile Mtitimila, Police Now graduate
Wrong. Police Now’s award-winning programme helps high-achieving, diverse graduates become leaders in frontline policing. This is a way to use your degree, determination and uniqueness to solve society’s most pressing problems.
It gives you the opportunity to explore different areas of policing, rise through the ranks, increase your salary, and develop your skills and experience.
Upile has done exactly that. He joined policing in 2016 after he graduated from the University of St Andrews with a degree in International Relations. He’s been changing people’s lives since.
Completes secondment with PA Consulting
Graduates from the Police Now programme
Wins policing excellence award for Innovation
Secures a place on the Policing Fast Track to Inspector Programme
Graduates with MSc in Policing
Promotion to Sergeant working in response policing
Becomes Co-chair of Cheshire Constabulary’s Multicultural Network and Board Member for Police Now’s Customer Insights and Futures Impact Committee
Moves to Detective Sergeant in CID
Joins the management team at the Police Now
National Graduate Leadership Programme Academy
Becomes Force Operational Lead for Safer Streets Warrington focussed on Violence Against Women and Girls
Warrington listed as safest town to live
Moves to Detective Sergeant post working on
online child abuse
Completing Fast Track for promotion to Inspector
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