How much does a PCSO earn Surrey?

How much does a PCSO earn Surrey?

Surrey Police is smaller than most other forces so it’s easier to network and to be supported in being the best you can be. It also gives us a real family feel – here you are a name not simply a number. We can offer you: A starting salary of at least £24,229 (£22,954 plus £1,275 unsocial hours allowance).

What qualifications do you need to be a PCSO?

You can apply to become a police community support officer and often don’t need formal qualifications. Employers will be more interested in your personal qualities and character. You’ll need a good level of spoken and written English, so some police forces may ask for English GCSE at grade 4 (C).

How do I become a police officer in Surrey?

Minimum Requirements

  1. Minimum 19 years of age.
  2. Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  3. Physically fit and in excellent health.
  4. No criminal convictions for which a pardon has not been granted and no adult criminal charges pending.

Are PCSO police?

Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) work with police officers and share some, but not all of their powers. Special constables are volunteers who have the same powers as police.

Is 30 too old to join the police UK?

There’s no upper age limit for applying to the police service.

How can I become an RNC officer?

Individuals will be considered who have or will have successfully completed a minimum of one academic year of post-secondary education from an accredited post-secondary institution; or individuals with a minimum of one year service from the Canadian (or NATO) Forces Primary Reserve or Regular Force.

Is the RCMP leaving Surrey?

First Surrey, B.C. police officers begin active duty, starting phased transition from RCMP. Members of the new Surrey Police Service (SPS) began active duty this week, taking a major step in the transition away from the Surrey RCMP detachment.

How will Surrey Police Service work in the community?

City and policing priorities will be aligned and, from the beginning, we will be accountable to the citizens we serve through a locally appointed police board . In November 2021, the first group of experienced SPS officers will begin working in the community beside Surrey RCMP officers.

How many RCMP detachments are in Surrey?

Surrey is the largest RCMP detachment in Canada with two main offices and five district offices across the city. The five district offices deliver a variety of community policing and crime prevention programs.

How can I get involved and volunteer with Surrey RCMP?

There are number of ways to get involved and volunteer with the Surrey RCMP. We recruit volunteers to work with our crime prevention programs that include Speed Watch, Lock Out Auto Crime, Cell Watch, and the Stolen Auto Recovery Program. (For the Auxiliary Program, click here .)

Why join SPS Surrey?

These new recruits will be the first officers to establish a lifelong policing career in Surrey, developing a deep understanding of the community they will serve. SPS supports one of Canada’s fastest-growing and most diverse cities – and we will grow to become one of the country’s largest independent police services.