What shifts do South Wales police work?

What shifts do South Wales police work?

The working day is from 0700 to 0700. Shifts can be staggered by up to 3 hours after 0700 and prior to 1900.

How do I become a police officer Wales?

From 2020 all new Police Officers need to be educated to degree level. You will need a good general education and a pass in the assessment centre tests. Entrants have a wide range of academic qualifications. Some entrants have GCSEs at grade C/4 or above and/or A levels.

How much do PCSO earn in Wales?

Pay and benefits Your starting salary will be £21,135 – £23,406. In addition to your salary, you will be entitled to a set shift allowance and be eligible to claim weekend enhancements as applicable.

Do you need to speak Welsh to be a police officer in Wales?

Public bodies no longer need to develop and implement Welsh language schemes but instead now must comply with a set of national Welsh language standards. From 30 March 2017 South Wales Police is required by law to comply with new language standards and are busy working towards the adoption of these standards.

How many police officers work for South Wales Police?

3000 police officers
The force has almost 3000 police officers and over 2200 police staff, including Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) and a team of dedicated volunteers that includes over 200 Special Constables and around 200 Police Youth Volunteers.

What is the UK Police Pension?

if you are in the New Police Pension Scheme 2006, you receive a pension calculated as 1/70th x final pensionable pay x years (up to a maximum of 35 years)

How long is South Wales police training?

You will undergo a two-year training programme, during which time you will complete mandatory training such as personal safety and first aid.

How long does it take to be a police officer in Wales?

Join as a constable and follow an apprenticeship in professional policing practice – you earn as you’re learning. This route normally takes three years with both on and off the job learning. On successfully finishing the programme, you’ll complete your probation and achieve a degree.

Do PCSOs drive police cars?

Most forces allow their PCSOs, commonly those assigned to duties managing traffic, to drive marked police vehicles. PCSOs may only use blue lights when they come across an accident to indicate the danger present to members of the public, to alert the public to a road hazard and when asked to by a Senior Officer.

How do you become a Powys police officer?

You will have a comprehensive training programme that will be delivered over a period of 24 months for the degree holder entry programme (DHEP) or 36 months for the Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship programme (PCDA). Dyfed Powys Police will commence an exciting new route to becoming a police officer in 2021.

How long is South Wales Police training?

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