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Equal Opportunities

Positive About Disabled PeopleThe CPS is an equal opportunities employer, and its policies, including the need to guard against false assumptions based on an officer’s sex or marital status, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, colour, race, religion, ethnic or national origin, work pattern, ie part-time working, age or disability, must be followed at all stages of the selection procedure. The CPS is also a Disability Symbol user. In the light of this, all staff with a disability who satisfy the minimum criteria for advertised vacancies in the CPS will be invited for interview.

Working for the CPS

The Crown Prosecution Service is the Government Department responsible for prosecuting people in England and Wales who have been charged by the police with a criminal offence.

The CPS employs around 8,000 staff, including around 2,700 lawyers and every year they deal with more than 1.2 million cases in magistrates' courts and in the Crown Court.

Latest Vacancies




National Lawyer Campaign 2007

Closing date 10 January 2008


Casework Assistant

Closing date 15 March 2007

CPS Direct, York

Personal Assistant to Chief Crown Prosecutor and Area Business Manager

Closing date 15 March 2007


Combined Unit Business Manager

Closing date 14 March 2007

HQ London

Correspondence Unit Executive Support

Closing date 12 March 2007



Closing date 12 March 2007

St Albans

Crown Court Unit Business Manager

Closing date 9 March 2007

HQ London or HQ York

Project Support Officer

Closing date 9 March 2007

Leeds and Bradford

Casework Officer

Closing date 9 March 2007



Closing date 8 March 2007



Closing date 8 March 2007

and Hartlepool

Casework Administrator

Closing date 7 March 2007

HQ York

Administrator Service Delivery (ICT Support)

Closing date 7 March 2007



Closing date 5 March 2007

HQ York

Business Support Advisor CPS Direct

Closing date 2 March 2007


Typist (Part Time)

Closing date 1 March 2007

Registered users

If you have already submitted an application and wish to review its progress, please click here to access the Recruitment website.


Your guide to the Recruitment Process PDF

This booklet provides you with background information about the Crown Prosecution Service and guidance about applying for a post.

Your guide to the Legal Trainee Scheme 2007

Please note that any vacancies for the Legal Trainee Scheme will be advertised on this page. If no vacancies are listed, then we are not currently recruiting for this scheme.