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Online application. A lot of vetting in particular DBS check as you will be working with vulnerable people in the communities.

Answered 12 February 2020

It will be competency based as it is a very stringent process.

Answered 12 February 2020

I will gladly tell them and the fact that I am currently taking them to a tribunal

Answered 2 September 2019

Thoroughly research the job and its requirements. Ask questions and try to speak to someone who is already 'in post'.

Answered 8 November 2019

That very much depends on which job you are applying for.

Answered 29 May 2020

If you are Police Staff working in the offices - yes, but as a frontline Constable - no.

Answered 29 May 2020

Not many and there is a lack of support with any long term sickness

Answered 30 July 2019

Shift work. Front line can involve night shifts. Shifts can be anything between 8 and 12 hours (or more dependant on overtime, working time directive and any exigencies of demand.

Answered 16 March 2020
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