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Lincoln Police Volunteer Cadet Corps

Cadets will be taught about the law, police procedures, drill, first aid and also learn about some of the specialist units within the Force.

They will also get the opportunity to help local policing teams tackle local crime problems. At the age of 16 (after successfully passing relevant sections) Cadets are allowed to go out on patrol with selected officers.

Cadets also represent the Force at local community events, such as local fetes, bonfire displays etc.

The purpose of the Lincolnshire Police Cadet Service is to encourage and support our young people from all backgrounds through positive diversionary activities, with the aim of building self esteem and confidence to help them to reach their full potential.

We want to promote positive images of young people and the police within the community, serving with PRIDE. Volunteer Police Cadets will make a positive contribution to the society in which they live, helping to build safer and stronger communities through engagement, education and prevention.

Lincolnshire Police aims to develop each cadet to maintain his or her volunteering role and support future aspirations. Placing the Cadets at the heart of promoting community safety and crime prevention will encourage young people to act as peer role models, helping them to develop skills and social responsibility.


  • Make new friends
  • Help to reduce crime
  • Help to make a difference in your community
  • Develop a knowledge and understanding of the Police Force
  • Develop valuable skills

Who to contact

Contact Name
Constable 454 P. Moss
Contact Position
Volunteer Cadet Liaison Officer
01522 558131
Lincoln Police Volunteer Cadet Corps Website

Where to go

Lincolnshire Police Headquarters
Deepdale Lane

Other Details


Age Ranges
Referral required
Not Required
Specific age range
14 - 17 Years

This service is listed for your information. Its inclusion on the Family Services Directory does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by Lincolnshire County Council. For more information, go to Terms & Conditions

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