Summer work experience with the Isle of Man Constabulary!

Every year students can apply for a summer work experience programme with the Isle of Man Constabulary, aimed at year 10 students (Age 15-16) from any high school across the Island.

This year the programme will run for 1 week from Monday 22nd July 2019.

During their time on placement students will get a tour of the police headquarters and will be given a timetable of various departments that they will work in throughout the week, including:

- Dog handling unit 

- Financial crime unit 

- Custody department 

- Joint control room

- Youth justice team

- CID 

- Firearms department

- Ward Managers 

- Road policing unit 

Whilst on their placement students will be expected to report to the Police Headquarters on Glencutchery Road in Douglas from 9am, finishing work at 3.30pm each day.

PC Mike Griffiths, supervisor of the programmes, said this about the up-coming opportunity:  

"All students aged 15-16 interested in finding out more about police work are welcome to apply, this programme is a great opportunity to get a real feel for police work and the huge range of roles that make up the constabulary. This experience can not only help to shape your career, but the work experience will help to develop employability skills such as confidence and effective communication. Ultimately, we want to ensure we repeatedly engage with students throughout their education, with in-school engagement sessions, work experience and via our cadet programme – doing all we can to ensure a great future workforce of the Isle of Man Constabulary."

There are 16 placements available and students wishing to join this year's programme must complete this form (you will be required to sign into your employed.im profile) by Friday 14th June 2019. All submitted forms will be reviewed by PC Michael Griffiths, who will then contact you directly if you have been successful in your application!

Good luck!