Protecting our communities. This is our mission.
Policing is fundamentally about working with people. Ensuring we treat everyone with fairness and respect, in every interaction, both within our communities and our organisation is one of our core values.
Preventing and thoroughly investigating crime, supporting victims and bringing offenders to justice. These commitments require us all to be courageous and do the right thing and cannot be achieved by any one person alone; it relies upon a team of over 8,500 staff, officers and volunteers, working alongside partner agencies and the public.
Policing evolves along with the challenges we face and we strive to improve every day. New digital technologies and ways of working are transforming the way we deliver our service and to do so at the highest standard, means we require the very best talent to join our TVP family.
Policing is a unique and rewarding career. This is your opportunity to take on a role with pride and confidence, inspiring change so we can become an excellent police force trusted by all our communities.
We are proud to be Thames Valley Police and you will be too.
TVP – Year in Review 2022-2023
Our patch is as diverse as they come – historic cities meet vast rural spaces. Cutting-edge organisations work alongside world-class universities. 2.4 million people call it home and 6 million visit each year. There are 11 local policing areas (LPAs) within the geographical area of Thames Valley Police, located in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
There are four football league clubs and annual high-profile events including Royal Ascot, Reading Festival and Henley Regatta to keep an eye on.
We’re home to Windsor Castle and the PM’s country residence Chequers – which means we’re also home to a Protection Group of armed officers second only in size to the Metropolitan Police. This means we often rise to unique challenges like the Royal weddings, funerals, coronations and Presidential visits, with millions of people around the world watching on.
We also host two specialist regional units, Counter Terrorism Policing in the South East (CTPSE) and the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU). These units work across the South East, and include officers and staff from Thames Valley Police, Hampshire Constabulary, Kent Police, Surrey Police, and Sussex Police.