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  • Initially 11 month Fixed-Term-Contracts £25,200+£1000 location allowance plus benefits Hanslope Park based with regular working from home, candidates should live within one hour’s commuting distance from London   FCO Services keeps information, assets and people safe around the world. Our customers must be able to trust the people who work for and with them.   Vetting for security clearance is all about investigation through conversation. Managing your own diary, you’ll conduct open but necessarily intrusive interviews; producing complex reports, complete with analysis and recommendations.   Investigative, interviewing and report writing experience is needed. Flexibility, discipline and the willingness to travel […]

    Vacancy vetting Officers – Foreign & Commonwealth Office

    Initially 11 month Fixed-Term-Contracts £25,200+£1000 location allowance plus benefits Hanslope Park based with regular working from home, candidates should live within one hour’s commuting distance from London   FCO Services keeps information, assets and people safe around the world. Our customers must be able to trust the people who work for and with them.   Vetting for security clearance is all about investigation through conversation. Managing your own diary, you’ll conduct open but necessarily intrusive interviews; producing complex reports, complete with analysis and recommendations.   Investigative, interviewing and report writing experience is needed. Flexibility, discipline and the willingness to travel […]

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  • More than 100 applicants to the Fast Track programme will begin undergoing two days of rigorous assessment by the College of Policing from today. After 1,952 members of the public applied, a total of 121 got through the initial application stage of which 113 have decided to proceed and attend the national assessment centre, which runs until 29 April. The Fast Track (police constable to inspector) is an accelerated three-year promotion and development programme which gives the most talented and experienced graduates the skills and knowledge to advance to the rank of inspector within three years. The programme aimed will […]

    National assessment centre begins for Fast Track

    More than 100 applicants to the Fast Track programme will begin undergoing two days of rigorous assessment by the College of Policing from today. After 1,952 members of the public applied, a total of 121 got through the initial application stage of which 113 have decided to proceed and attend the national assessment centre, which runs until 29 April. The Fast Track (police constable to inspector) is an accelerated three-year promotion and development programme which gives the most talented and experienced graduates the skills and knowledge to advance to the rank of inspector within three years. The programme aimed will […]

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  • “The narrative we see in the Daily Mail and by Mr Phillips himself feed into a misguided belief that there are minority communities up and down the county trying to curtail debate and freedom of speech. This diverts our attention, perhaps conveniently, away from having conversations about the daily occurrences of discrimination experienced by minority communities and the complex conditions which create unrest.” (The Guardian) Franstine Jones, President of the National Black Police Association (NBPA) says, “This programme has been aired during a time when ‘race’ issues have been left to stagnate in the ‘long-grass’ and immigration and race are being stoked and toxically conflated in the […]

    Lets talk about Race?

    “The narrative we see in the Daily Mail and by Mr Phillips himself feed into a misguided belief that there are minority communities up and down the county trying to curtail debate and freedom of speech. This diverts our attention, perhaps conveniently, away from having conversations about the daily occurrences of discrimination experienced by minority communities and the complex conditions which create unrest.” (The Guardian) Franstine Jones, President of the National Black Police Association (NBPA) says, “This programme has been aired during a time when ‘race’ issues have been left to stagnate in the ‘long-grass’ and immigration and race are being stoked and toxically conflated in the […]

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  • Police integrity:Written statement – HCWS406 Home Office Made on: 12 March 2015 Made by: Mrs Theresa May (The Secretary of State for the Home Department)   HCWS406   Police integrity     On 22 July (Official Report, column 1265), I gave a statement to the House on this Government’s ongoing work to ensure the highest standards of integrity in the police.   This Government has carried out a radical programme of police reform. We have given the police greater operational independence, by scrapping national targets, while at the same time strengthening local accountability to the public through the creation of […]

    Improving police integrity: reforming the police complaints and disciplinary systems

    Police integrity:Written statement – HCWS406 Home Office Made on: 12 March 2015 Made by: Mrs Theresa May (The Secretary of State for the Home Department)   HCWS406   Police integrity     On 22 July (Official Report, column 1265), I gave a statement to the House on this Government’s ongoing work to ensure the highest standards of integrity in the police.   This Government has carried out a radical programme of police reform. We have given the police greater operational independence, by scrapping national targets, while at the same time strengthening local accountability to the public through the creation of […]

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