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  1. sierrafoxtrott

    Transferring Forces

    Hi all - I’ve recently completed my probation period with West Midlands Police and within the next 2 years will look to relocate back where my family live (Surrey), and will apply for a transfer. I know very little about transferring at present, so looking for some info. I am booked on to undertake my taser x26 course in December this year, and just awaiting a date for my response driving course and PO level II. Does anyone know whether we can take these tickets with us when we transfer or will we lose this and have to retrain with our new force all over again to obtain these? Thanks in advance.
  2. Willb27

    House share

    Hi all. I will be starting with Surrey in early January 2018. I'm new to the area and am currently looking for a house or flat share. I'm looking at options in the area but would obviously prefer to share with someone already in the job or who is also starting. Would love to hear from anyone who can help, or if you know of someone who can.
  3. milkandcookies

    Chit chat

    Like on the other site but now here. I'll start how is everyone today, and their NY resolutions
  4. Policeman123

    Surrey police recruitment living costs

    I am currently waiting to here back from surrey, to hopefully start next summer. the problem is I understand it's expensive to live there. Is this true? And also has anyone else found ways of overcoming this? Is there a better wage to live in an expensive part? Is there anyone else waiting to hear back from surrey?
  5. Good Afternoon, I was offered a Police Staff position with Surrey at the end of July following an interview and am now waiting to start. I was told the vetting would take between 6-8 weeks (which I instantly thought was crazy seeing as I already work for the Met and so not sure why it would need that long, but I appreciate they have to do it themselves...) It has now been 8 weeks and I am yet to hear anything. I rang them the other day but the people working in recruitment only seem to know what it says on thier computer screens which is that it is currently with the vetting team... They are unable to give me any other updates The most annoying thing is, is that I am so desperate to give in my notice and leave my current job and so I am now weighing up the options of just leaving and risking being unemployed for however long whilst Surrey finish thier vetting!! Has anyone else had similar problems with vetting? Or anyone else who has gone through the vetting for a staff role and can let me know how long it took them? Thanks Jo
  6. A police marksman who was removed from his job because he was partially deaf amid concerns he could have confused 'shoot' with 'don't shoot' has won a disability discrimination payout. http://dailym.ai/1GjEBov Firstly I do apologise for the source but couldn't find the story in BBC site. As for the story itself whilst I can see the tabloids having a field day with it, I'm pleased to see he won. No I haven't gone soft and swallowed the political correct pill :-) It's just I too have been subject to this awful hearing test that the Home Office recommend for the last 15 years. I have always hated it and old age isn't helping. But on a serious note I have absolutely no trouble with my hearing day to day or on an operational basis, but I do struggle with this particular hearing test. I am sure there are more suitable tests in this day and age that are more effective at testing the range of hearing needed for the role.
  7. Hades

    Current Recruitment

    Surrey is currently accepting Detective Constables and Police Constables as transferees. DCs must be PIP2 accredited. PCs must be Response trained drivers. Surrey officers are eligible for a £2000 South-East Regional Allowance on top of basic salary. Closing date is 7th November 2014. They're also accepting applications for Special Constables, intake dates yet to be confirmed. Apply online here: http://www.surrey.police.uk/careers/current-vacancies
  8. This short video is from a Carlton TV Documentary called Inside Crime. Filmed in Camberley, Surrey featuring Specials http://youtu.be/pU8ZoSBKRDs
  9. Just a quick heads up all that the Annual Brooklands Emergency Services day, Weybridge, SURREY will be 4th May this year. It's the Bank Holiday Monday. The day comprises of lots of vehicles from the emergency services, both past and present. For an idea of what the day is like check out this video from previous event: http://www.brooklandsmuseum.com/index.php?/events/details/emergency-services-day4/ Hope to see you all there
  10. Soap

    Name Badges

    Edit: I see this has been split. To add context, I noticed yesterday that the regulars on my team have just recieved their name tags. PC's have gotten PC [sURNAME] and PCSO's seems to have [First Inital] [surname] Yeah, however, it seems nobody got their choice and just got PC [sURNAME]. A lot of colleagues ordered CONSTABLE
  11. markdn

    Initial Training Thread

    Originally posted by me back in 2007 Posted 20 January 2007 - 01:57 AM 'darkest', on Jan 19 2007, 7:46 PM, said: I'm in a good mood tonight and i like to anyway I can so here goes... Theft A person is guilty of theft if he dishonestly appropriates property belonging to another with the intention of permanently depriving the other of it. Robbery A person is guilty of robbery if he/she steals and immediately before or At the time of doing so, and in order to do so, he uses force on any person, or Puts or seeks to put any person in fear of being then and there subjected to force. Criminal Damage A person who without lawful excuse destroys or damages any property belonging to another, intending to destroy or damage any such property, or being reckless as to whether any such property would be destroyed or damaged, shall be guilty of an offence. Burglary 9 1 (a) Any person who enters a building or part of a building as a trespasser with intent to steal anything in the building or part of the building OR inflict grievous bodily harm on any person therein OR do unlawful damage to the building or anything therein Shall be guilty of an offence. 9 1 (b) Any person who having entered a building or part of a building as a trespasser steals or attempts to steal anything therein OR inflict or attempts to inflict grievous bodily harm on any person therein Shall be guilty of an offence. Section 5 Public Order Act A person is guilty of an offence if he uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, or displays any writing, sign or other visible representation which is threatening, abusive or insulting.within the hearing or sight of a person likely to be caused harassment, alarm or distress thereby. Example: F&&& Off! Section 4a Public Order Act A person is guilty of an offence if with intent to cause a person harassment, alarm or distress, he/she, uses threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, or displays any writing, sign or other visible representation which isthreatening, abusive or insulting, thereby causing that or another person harassment, alarm or distress thereby. Example: F&&& Off you W&&&&&!!! Section 4 Public Order Act A person is guilty of an offence if he/she uses towards another threatening or abusive or insulting words or behaviour or distributes or displays, to another person, any sign, writing, visible representation which is threatening abusive or insulting with intent to cause that person to believe that immediate unlawful violence will be used against him or another or any person or provoke the use of immediate use of unlawful violence by that person or another, whereby that person is likely to believe that such violence will be used or provoked. Example: F&&& Off you W&&&&& I'm going to kick you're head in!!! Section 3 Public OrderAct A person is guilty of an offence if he/she uses or threatens unlawful violence towards another and his conductis susch that a person of reasonable firmess present at the scene would fear for his/her personal safety. The Caution You do not have to say anything. But it may harm your defence if you do not mention when questioned something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence. Or at time of reporting/charging You do not have to say anything. But it may harm your defence if you do not mention now something which you later rely on in court. Anything you do say may be given in evidence. Hope this helps... I would learn them off by heart... EDIT:- Thanks to Chuckster, Don't try and write long post's at 1am...
  12. An excellent post originally posted by Giraffe Special Constabulary Ranks: Image to be uploaded - SC = Crest and FIN, S/INSP = Crest, 2 bars and FIN, CO = 4 bars inside laurels. Regular Ranks: A few points of note: Specials in Surrey do not display the SC&Crowns on their uniforms. Regular Inspectors and above do not display collar numbers. The Surrey Police crest is displayed for Specials ranks up to and including Inspector, and up to and including Sergeant for Regulars. The collar number displayed is not indicative of Specials or Regulars - it's purely random. New Specials are issued the standard 'Surrey Police' hat badges, but a small number of longer serving Specials still wear a badge in the above style (obviously the badge is smaller for flat caps / bowlers. All warrant card holders have 'Surrey Police' on the badge. Longer serving officers' (Special or Regular) badges are topped by a silver crown (like above), and officers who joined (or got a replacement hat) in the last <5 years get a gold crown at the top (this also applies to the badge in warrant card holders). The uniform/equipment for Special Constables (all personal issue) is as follows: 1 x Warrant Card 1 x Warrant Card Holder (Leather Wallet with badge) 1 x Name Patch (velcro attaches to stab vest) 1 x Pocket Note Book 1 x ASP Baton (21 inches) 1 x CS Incapacitant Spray 1 x Handcuffs + x2 short cuff keys 1 x Airwave Radio + earpieces 1 x Equipment Belt 1 x Gloves (leather) 1 x Chequered Flat Cap (male officers) 1 x Chequered Bowler Hat (female officers) 1 x Helmet (Custodian) (male officers) 1 x National Fleece 1 x National Jacket (hi-vis) 1 x Reflective Slipover 1 x White Shirt (short sleeve used for training) 1 x White Shirt (long sleeve used for attestation and ceremonies) 2 x Black Shirts (short sleeve, long sleeve can be requested on Borough) 1 x Cargo Trousers (for training, and duties) 1 x Cap Cover (male officers) 1 x CS Holder 4 x Epaulette's (Pairs) 1x pair of Epaulette slides 1 x Black Clip-on Tie (cravats are no longer issued to female officers) 1 x First Aid Pouch 1 x ASP Baton Holder 1 x Pocket Torch 1 x Torch Clip 1 x Speedcuff Pouch 1 x Body Armour 1 x Body Armour Holdall 1 x PSU Holdall As with everything there are exceptions, but generally it's as above. A big thanks also to abdesignuk for providing the above list. The kit list has been updated to reflect the changes from 1st January 2011. Female officers are now issued with a tie. Magnum boots are no longer issued, instead SC's may claim up to £50 via the normal expenses procedure to purchase their own choice of suitable boots.
  13. Chief Cheetah

    markdn is mini mod for this area

    I am pleased to announce that markdn has transferred over from ps.com and is continuing to be a mini moderator in this area.   Markdn has the same powers as full mod in this area so please show him the same level of respect.   Cheetah   Police Community Team
  14. David

    Welcome

    Welcome one and all.   Please feel free to start discussing matters relating to Surrey Police.   Do remember of course everything in here is still publicly available and viewable, but you can investigate 'safe areas' where on payment of a fee a separate room can be bought and set up. Whilst still subject to Police Community expectations, rules and regulations, it will be hidden from public view and available only to affirmed Surrey Police officers and staff.
  15. Chief Cheetah

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