Community-minded people who have some spare time on their hands are invited to make a difference and become a police volunteer.
West Yorkshire Police is currently recruiting community volunteers to help improve their area, while also gaining valuable experience.
Acting Sergeant Alex Langley, Specials Liaison Officer and Volunteer Co-ordinator at West Yorkshire Police, said: “It’s a two-way thing. They can gain good experience and we can show that we are working with the community by reducing crime and improving their quality of life. But we don’t want people who are just putting it on their CV. We want people who want to make a difference in the community.”