POLICE RECRUITMENT: Inclusion is an operational necessity and morally the right thing to do

Police Scotland are hosting a number of recruitment information events for women across the country.
We are committed to increasing the number of officers and staff from under-represented groups. There are well documented barriers to some people applying to join the police service.
We therefore run a number of different recruitment events to answer specific questions from people from diverse communities. This is to make sure everyone has fair access to the Police Scotland recruitment process.
These events are for groups currently under-represented in Police Scotland. The consent, support and cooperation of our fellow citizens lies at the heart of the identity and legitimacy of policing in Scotland.
To ensure that bond is as strong as possible, we must fully represent and reflect the communities we serve. Inclusion is an operational necessity and morally the right thing to do.
Our Positive Action recruitment team will talk over the application process, the fitness and entry test and the assessment day. Serving police officers will also discuss their experience of the recruitment process and their role in keeping Scotland safe.
You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and meet potential candidates who are also thinking of applying to become a police officer.
šŸ‘‰For event details please visit http://ow.ly/3MoV50NGW22
šŸ‘‰To sign up, please email RecruitmentPositiveActionTeam@scotland.police.uk
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