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Parish Honorary Police

The Honorary Police provide an essential and valuable service to the Parish and community in which we live.

Each Parish has its own Honorary Police made up of volunteers from all walks of life. Many work full time and also serve in the Honorary Police with the encouragement and support of their employer.

Honorary Police officers are elected by parishioners as Centeniers, Vingteniers or Constable's Officers.

Supporting your Parish Honorary Police benefits –

  • you - broaden your skills, discover new interests and learn "on the job" as you assist people in their hour of need.
  • your business - problem solving, decision making, team building, leadership and responsibility skills and training are all transferable to the workplace.
  • your community – help to maintain law and order in your Parish and community.
  
  
  
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05/10/2018Looking to serve your parish?

​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: stbrelade@posb.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 741141

Grouville E: grouville@pog.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 852225

St Helier E: townhall@posh.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 811811

St Peter E: stpeter@posp.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 481236

  
04/10/2018October to April - dogs off the lead

​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.

  
03/10/2018When does your licence expire?

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.

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05/10/2018Looking to serve your parish?

​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: stbrelade@posb.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 741141

Grouville E: grouville@pog.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 852225

St Helier E: townhall@posh.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 811811

St Peter E: stpeter@posp.gov.je T: +44 (0) 1534 481236

  
04/10/2018October to April - dogs off the lead

​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.

  
03/10/2018When does your licence expire?

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.

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