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Hi All, I am looking into the prospect of transferring to either TVP or Surrey and wanted to see if any current PC's for TVP could chip in and advise. I live within the 20 "Crow Miles" and meet the other eligibility criteria and I understand all transferee's go directly onto Response. Few questions, 1. Do response deal with there own crimes, is there a prisoner handling team? 2. What is current situ with training courses? Is getting a response driving ticket hard work? 3. What's the overtime situ? I understand a lot of rural forces struggle with officer numbers etc.. Anything else to be aware of/avoid? Thanks
sparkydale posted a question in Transfer Abroadhttp://ww2.policeoracle.com/jobs/moreinfo.cfm?jobnumber=9535 Job Title: Senior Police Constables Location: Falkland Islands Salary: £22,751 Start Date: T.B.A. An exciting opportunity has arisen with the Royal Falkland Islands Police (RFIP) for positive and dynamic Senior Police Constables with recent experience to join the team. These are fixed contracts for two years and RFIP would be keen to appoint as soon as possible As an RFIP Police Constable you will be expected to preserve the peace and prevent all offences against the person and properties of Her Majesty’s Subjects in the Falkland Islands by upholding the law fairly and firmly and do so with common sense, integrity and sound judgment. The successful candidate will: Hold a current, valid driving licence Have keen observational skills, an eye for details and a methodical and organised approach to work Recognise and report criminal offences and investigate offences as instructed by senior officers. Be sufficiently physically fit enough to meet the demands of the role Be able to cope effectively with unpleasant and distressing situations Be able to work both on their own initiative and as a member of a disciplined team Have strong communication skills, both written and verbal Possess good interpersonal skills and Hold a grade C or above in GCSE English and Maths (or equivalent) It would be desirable if the successful candidates had experience as a Police Use of Force Instructor and/or Firearms Instructor. In return for this unique opportunity there is a commencing salary of £22,751 per annum. In addition the post also carries with it a shift allowance of £162.21 per month, an annual on call allowance of £542 and an annual bank holiday payment of £1,437. Payment for over time worked is currently at 1.5 times normal hourly rate. The post also attracts an excellent set of benefits which includes eligibility for a 25% gratuity upon successful completion of contract, 30 days annual leave and a relocation package, all of which are set against a favourable tax regime. For an application pack please contact Melissa Rawlinson on 020 7222 2542 or email by clicking the apply via emailbutton below. For enquiries about the job contact Superintendent Len McGill on +500 28100 or email email@example.com Closing Date for applications: 3rd December 2014 Interviews: Location to be confirmed. Expected starting date: As soon as possible All applications should be sent to Falkland Islands Government Office, Falkland House, 14 Broadway, Westminster, London, SW1H 0BH. £26500 all in (after allowances), low tax and 25% gratuity after the 2 year contract is up (a nice little £5-6000 bonus....) to move back with... Closing date is this week, but as they are contracts, there is often someone finishing a contract. If you want more info, you can PM me and I can give you some background on it.