Doncaster police looking for new recruits particularly from diverse backgrounds

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Friday, 4th June 2021, 10:43 am

The South Yorkshire Police Doncaster Central team are looking to recruit new officers, particularly ones that live in the town.

PCSO Andy Ireland explained: “SYP are continuing to recruit officers. We have made great strides in our journey to becoming an outstanding organisation in all respects and our force encompasses the full spectrum of policing which offers a broader range of roles and fulfilment than might not be available in some other forces.

"We have been repeatedly assessed as the most improved force in the country since 2016. Our trajectory is entirely possible and we have ambitious plans for the future.

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"To support this resurgence, and provide the public with the service they desire, we need to attract the very best candidates to support our existing officers and staff."

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He continued: “We have embarked on a significant recruitment drive – the largest we have seen in living memory. If you are considering applying for this role, why not join Inspector Payling on our Facebook page, Doncaster Central NHP on Thursday June 24 between 3.30pm and 5pm who will be present with a member of our recruiting team to ask him any questions you may have about the process, the role and help you decide whether or not it might be the career for you.

“In particular we would be interested in hearing from people from diverse backgrounds.”

To find out more visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/doncastercentralnpt

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