How do I become a PCSO in Cheshire?

How do I become a PCSO in Cheshire?

There are four steps that you need to complete successfully in order to become a PCSO:

  1. complete the application form.
  2. online psychometric testing, prior to interview if your application is successful.
  3. attend an interview and deliver a pre-prepared presentation.

How many police officers are in Cheshire police?

Cheshire Constabulary
Overviewed by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services Independent Office for Police Conduct
Headquarters Clemonds Hey, Winsford
Constables 2,369 (of which 281 are Special Constables)
Police Community Support Officers 168

Do you get paid for being a PCSO?

PCSOs were introduced in September 2002 and first recruited by the Metropolitan Police. As of 2012, pay for PCSOs varied from force to force from between around £16,000 to around £27,000 per year.

How much does a PCSO earn in Lancashire?

With a starting salary of £21,702 rising to £26,690.08 (full time & inclusive of allowances) and the option to work flexible shift patterns (after probationary and training period), this is a fantastic route to forging a long-term career with Lancashire Police.

Which police force covers Cheshire?

Cheshire Constabulary
Cheshire Constabulary provides policing services to the county of Cheshire. The police force area covers 905 square miles and a coastline of approximately 67 miles in the north west of England.

What qualifications do I need to be a PCSO?

In general, you do not usually need any formal qualifications to start as a PCSO. Services will be more interested in your personal qualities and character. You will need good communication skills, and experience of working with the public in community settings will be useful.

How to contact Cheshire Police Community Support Officer?

If you have any queries in relation to equality and diversity, or have a request for any additional support you may need, please email [email protected]

Do you want to be a police officer in Cheshire?

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Can a PCSO in Cheshire Constabulary work part time?

PCSOs like all other staff in Cheshire Constabulary have a right to request part-time or flexible working after all mandatory training has been completed.

What kind of benefits do Cheshire Constabulary offer?

Cheshire Constabulary is proud to offer an employee benefits package that provides a range of opportunities and options for all. Just a few of these employee benefits are outlined below: Flexi time is offered for certain Police Staff roles.