Special Constables are valued members of the NSW Police Force. Their role is to maintain safety and security of key NSW Police Force premises such as the NSW Police Headquarters, the Mounted Police and other important government buildings such as NSW Parliament House and the NSW Governors House in Sydney.
What are the duties of a Special Constable?
Duties include, amongst others, providing the first point of contact for visitors and police at key protected venues, monitoring electronic access points and CCTV security footage.
Is training provided?
Yes, before you start your actual employment as a Special Constable you are required to attend paid on the job training.
What are the hours like?
Special Constables work predominately 12 hour rotational shifts day or night. In addition Special Constables receive approximately five weeks paid annual leave each year. As a Special Constable, you’ll be paid a competitive salary including shift penalties. Salary includes employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
How do I become a Special Constable?
When vacancies occur, they are advertised on JobsNSW website (www. jobs.nsw.gov.au). You need to complete an online application.