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Author Archives: Richard

Getting To Grips With The Police Rank Structure

The UK Police Service is made up of many different ranks. Starting from the bottom, everyone who joins the police as an officer, will undergo a probationary period which usually lasts for two years. During this time, you must pass continuous training assessments and demonstrate to your superior officers that you have what it takes […]

What Is The Role Of A Teacher?

Teaching is one of the most important professions in the UK today. It is a rewarding yet challenging career path, which requires enthusiasm, dedication, confidence, self-discipline, patience and stamina. You will also need a sense of humour — as many teachers will tell you, children can ask the funniest questions! In this blog, we’ll look […]

How To Become An RSPCA Inspector: The Definitive Guide

RSPCA inspector/investigators carry out an amazing job, saving and protecting animals. It is not surprising therefore, that many people apply each year. This blog will provide you with some important information relating to the selection process and how you can apply. RSPCA Inspector Selection Process The selection process for becoming an RSPCA Inspector consists of […]

Police Careers: What Jobs Are Available?

Despite the recent austerity measures and the on-going Government cuts, there are still plenty of job opportunities within the UK police force. Naturally, when anyone mentions or discusses working for the police, we automatically think of the police constable. However, there are in fact many different types of police careers, that go into making an […]

What Is A Police Communications Officer?

A Police Communications Officer (or police comms) is the first point of contact for all 999 emergency and high priority calls for police assistance.  It is estimated that around 80,000 emergency calls are made within the UK every single day.  The role of a Police Communications Officer is a wide and varied position comprising early, […]