Community Safety Patrol Officer

posted 12 Apr 2019
£25,801 to £28,785, plus shift allowance
Grade: 5
Closing date: 05 May 2019
Interview date: 17 May 2019
  • Permanent, full-time
  • 37 hours per week
  • Shift pattern, working unsociable hours including weekends and bank holidays
We are looking for individuals with excellent people skills and a strong customer focus. You will be able to interact with members of the public, community groups, councillors and partner agencies. You will also be able to use your initiative to respond to a wide range of situations and be confident to challenge antisocial behaviour.
Residents tell us that Basingstoke and Deane is a great place to live, work and visit. The council is proud of its commitment to ensuring the safety of our residents and reducing levels of antisocial behaviour.

Community Safety Patrol Officers (CSPO) play a vital role in tackling issues such as antisocial behaviour and environmental crime in local communities. They provide high visibility patrols to reassure communities and take a robust approach in dealing with offenders. They run campaigns throughout the year to tackle the issues most affecting communities and find innovative solutions to address issues of antisocial behaviour. You will be proud to act as an ambassador for the council.

Please note this post requires shift work, including regular unsocial hours and the ability to conduct patrols on foot and by bicycle in all weathers. You must be capable of achieving the requirements of the Hampshire Constabulary Community Safety Accreditation Scheme, for which training will be provided. For more information about the scheme, visit: https://www.hampshire.police.uk/police-forces/hampshire-constabulary/areas/au/about-us/partnerships-and-sponsors/community-safety-accreditation-scheme/

For further information about the role and requirements please see the Job Description and Person Specification.

For further information about the team visit our website https://www.basingstoke.gov.uk/cspo-team or for an informal discussion about the role please contact David Mason or Martin Lee on 01256 845700.



The council signs up to the Disability Confident scheme (formerly known as the ‘Two Ticks’ scheme). If you have declared a disability on the application form we can guarantee you an interview if you meet the essential criteria for the job.


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