We'd love you to join us at the Parish Hall between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday 22 February 2020.
Find out more about the opportunities on www.yourparishneedsyou.je
Check out https://yourparishneedsyou.je/ for information and a wide range of short videos to find out more about what is involved in the role.
Current serving officers and States of Jersey Police talk about their experiences and discuss the value that the service gives to them personally and to the community. These videos are also on Facebook and the Honorary Police YouTube Channel.
Read more about dog licences.
The next elections for Centeniers in all parishes will take place in March 2020 (the dates of nomination meetings in each parish are expected to be in February 2020).
Opportunities also exist to serve as a Vingtenier or Constable's Officer - these elections are at a Parish Assembly.
Read more about serving in the Honorary Police and the policing tasks and duties.
Find out more about election to the Honorary Police or contact your Connetable or Chef de Police to talk through the role in your parish.
Only 30% of driving licences due to expire in January 2019 have so far renewed. Have you checked the expiry date on your Jersey driving licence? If not, take a look at column 11 on the reverse of the licence. You can renew your licence up to 3 months before the expiry date so anyone with a licence expiring by mid February 2019 should apply now.
Use the online service - the service works on your smartphone, tablet or computer and you can take your photo with its camera. Parishioners tell us it's quick and really easy to use - why not try it and let us know if you agree?
Or pick up an application form from your Parish Hall and submit this with a printed passport style photograph. Payment of £50 for a 10-year licence is also required and if your name has changed since your last licence was issued (for example marriage etc.) you must submit the relevant documents (in this case a marriage certificate).
Remember - you must not drive if your licence has expired. Your vehicle insurance may also be invalid if you drive on an expired licence.
There are currently opportunites to stand for election as Centenier in St Brelade, Grouville, St Helier and St Peter. Find out more about election to the Honorary Police or contact your Connetable or Chef de Police to talk through the role in your parish.
St Brelade E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: +44 (0) 1534 741141
Grouville E: email@example.com T: +44 (0) 1534 852225
St Helier E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: +44 (0) 1534 811811
St Peter E: email@example.com T: +44 (0) 1534 481236
From 1 October to 30 April dogs may be exercised on Jersey beaches at any time and do not need to be kept on a lead. But your dog must still be kept under proper control and must wear a collar which has the owner's name, address and telephone number on the collar or a tag attached to the collar.
The expiry date on your Jersey driving licence is shown in column 11 on the reverse of the licence. You can renew your licence up to 3 months before the expiry date. You can apply online at https://services.parish.gov.je/DrivingLicence/Entry/Renew or pick up an application form from your Parish Hall. You will need one photograph taken in the last 6 months (passport style) and payment of £50 for a 10-year licence. If your name has changed since your last licence was issued (for example marriage etc.) you must submit the relevant documents (in this case a marriage certificate). You must not drive if your licence has expired. Your vehicle insurance may also be invalid if you drive on an expired licence.
All parishes will be holding nomination meetings in August 2018 for persons wishing to stand for election as Centenier. Find out more about serving as a member of the Honorary Police .
Find out more about the work of the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) and who to get in touch with if you have any concerns about children.
The work of MASH is explained in a short video on: https://safeguarding.je/multi-agency-safeguarding-hub-mash/
The Connétables are working with stakeholder partners and we intend to pool resources and carry out campaigns and policing in various parts of the island.
From 5 June 2016, there will be zero tolerance – this will mean charging a person rather than asking them to remove the litter or dog faeces.
Read the full report on the consultation http://www.parish.gov.je/Pages/Consultations.aspx