"I like to see the difference...I like to see people being happy at what we've achieved."
What being a PCSO means to Kerry Wallington-Waite
We've extended our PCSO recruitment campaign until 10 January - so there are now just a few days left to apply for one of the most varied and public-facing jobs in our force.
PCSOs are a key part of community policing and help us provide a stand-out service to the public of Derbyshire.
It's a varied and engaging role - one where no two days are the same, and where officers can make a huge difference to the lives of people living in our city, towns and villages.
Kerry Wallington-Waite is one of our longest-serving PCSOs, looking after Melbourne and the wider South Derbyshire area. She's also one of our first ever PCSO Supervisors - a role introduced by the force last year as part of our commitment to and investment in neighbourhood policing.
The role has given Kerry a fresh insight into the value of Safer Neighbourhood work, and reinforced her belief that the role of a PCSO is one of the most rewarding and challenging - and something she would urge anyone to do.
Apply by reading more on our PCSO recruitment page.
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