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Positive Action Recruitment

Positive Action Co-ordinator - PC Amjad Ditta Positive Action Co-ordinator Amjad Ditta

Are you from a minority group or community and interested in joining West Yorkshire Police as a Police Officer? Find out more about the role by emailing our new Positive Action Co-ordinator PC Amjad Ditta via [email protected]

Click here to read more information about PC Amjad Ditta and his role within West Yorkshire Police.



West Yorkshire Police encourages applications to be representative of the communities it serves. Please click here to read our Equality in Employment page.

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Meet PC Maria Dobrynchuk
What is it like being a frontline police officer in West Yorkshire?  Meet PC Maria Dobrynchuk, from the Ukraine, a patrol officer in Bradford.  Maria previously served as a police volunteer and Special Constable, and talks about how the role not only provides life skills but also fantastic job satisfaction.  Presenter is PC Amjad Ditta, Force  Positive Action Co-ordinator.  


Chief Superintendent Mabs Hussain


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For non-emergencies dial 101
In an emergency always dial 999