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The Special Constabulary is the United Kingdom's part-time police force. It is made up of volunteer members of the public who when on duty wear a uniform and have full police powers. There are nearly 20,000 Specials serving with police forces across the UK, working in all aspects of policing.

Our website and forum is packed with information for anyone interested in the UK's Special Constabulary - whether you're a serving Special Constable, maybe thinking of joining, or simply wanting to find out more about "Specials".

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Latest Police News

Officers face misconduct hearing after fatal road accident

PCs accused of failing to warn drivers about the dangers of the icy road.

Officer hospitalised after stolen car chase

GMP officers were called after three wanted men were spotted.

New database of missing people among measures to tackle child sexual exploitation

Home Office is making £40 million available for issue, with half going to National Crime Agency.

New Met application delays undercover policing inquiry

Chairman tells force to make case at new hearing.

IPCC head accuses Met commissioner of 'myths and selective facts' over firearms officer scrutiny

Dame Anne Owers attacked the commissioner after he asked for greater public support for armed firearms officers.

Man who died after custody restraint 'threatened to bite officers'

Trial continues into death of Thomas Orchard in 2012.

PCC launches consultation into fire service takeover

Roger Hirst wants to became police, fire and crime commissioner.

Uninsured motorist who drove car at officers on high speed chase jailed

Driver hit speeds of 120 mph during the pursuit along the M20.

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