South Yorkshire Police seeking additional Vehicle Maintenance Volunteers

Date published: 19 April 2018 11:45
Dated: 19 April 2018 12:43:49

We are looking to recruit new volunteers to join our team and recently caught up with new Vehicle Maintenance Volunteer recruit Stephen to see how he is getting on in his role with South Yorkshire Police.

Stephen volunteers once a week for four hours and during this time, he works really hard, cleaning the interiors of a number of police vehicles, as well as checking the lights, oil and washer levels and undertaking tyre condition checks. Stephen also ensures that the vehicles are fully stocked with all the equipment that is required, reporting any issues to his Line Manager.

Stephen tells us “The whole team at all levels and all departments in Sheffield are brilliant to work with.  It’s very rewarding, motivating and refreshing; it is adding a nice bit of variety and dimension to my week. The team make the time spent there worthwhile and it’s a great boost!  Any requests for top up for materials are also responded to straight away. Volunteering here is a pleasure all round. ”

SYP colleagues are equally delighted with the support that Stephen is providing, telling us:

“Stephen is doing a great job here and is appreciated by the staff in receipt of his goodwill…..Stephen really puts everything into cleaning the cars and is an extremely personable individual”.

For more information about the Vehicle Maintenance Assistant Volunteer role, and other volunteer roles available,  please visit our website.

Alternatively, get in touch with our Police Support Volunteer Project Officer on 01709 832455 or email SYPVolunteers@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Stephen tells us “The whole team at all levels and all departments in Sheffield are brilliant to work with.  It’s very rewarding, motivating and refreshing"

Stephen tells us “The whole team at all levels and all departments in Sheffield are brilliant to work with. It’s very rewarding, motivating and refreshing"

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