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Date published: 20 February 2024 07:27

South Yorkshire Police

Public Order Training Police Sergeant

Operational Support Unit

Pioneer Close, Manvers, Rotherham

Applications are sought from substantive Police Sergeants who are currently Level 2 PSU trained for the role of Public Order Training Police Sergeant.

The role holder will be responsible for the management and co-ordination of the development and delivery of public order training for the force. This will include a variety of Public Order/Specialist Operations training and related tasks.  The role holder will be trained as a Public Order Public Safety Advisor.

The role holder will successfully complete (or have already completed) the National Public Order Coaching Course.

Any role holder that has not already completed the National Public Order Coaching Course will be expected to attain a new teaching qualification namely the Trainer Essential Programme which will consist of three, one week - long courses on dates around the April/May time 2024. This must be completed prior to attending the National Public Order Coaching Course.

The next National Public Order Coaching Course commences on Monday the 17th of June 2024 for 3 weeks.

The role holder will attain a Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training.

The role holder will attain the assessor qualification in order to oversee assessment processes.

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office Force
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

Application Process:

To apply, please complete the online application form.  Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your two most recent PDRs, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

For further information and to apply, please click HERE

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency-based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF).

Successful applicants will be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Biometrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos

Closing Date: Sunday 17th March 2024

Closing dates are not normally extended, other than in exceptional circumstances and agreement is made with the Talent Acquisition Manager and the Line Manager for the role.

Diversity and Inclusion:

Applications are particularly welcome from female and ethnic minority officers.

It’s really important to us that the department represents the community we serve, in order for us to provide the best service, utilising a range of backgrounds, experience and skills.  We support and value all officers and staff and the unique experiences they bring to the role.  We strongly encourage and welcome applications from these valuable underrepresented groups.

If you are from an underrepresented group and want to find out more about the support we can offer, please contact our dedicated team on positiveaction@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

South Yorkshire Police

Detective Constable - Prison Team

Thorne

Doncaster

Applications are sought from substantive Detective Constables to join the Doncaster Prison Team.

As a member of the unit, you will attend a course run by HMPPS which allows you to draw keys for the prison, giving you access to the prison to complete enquires into their ongoing investigations.

The unit deals with a wide variety of offences, including S18 assaults, sexual offences, assaults on staff, and conspiracy to convey items into prison.  The team also investigate the illicit items found within prison, which include mobile phones, drugs and weapons.  The team will investigate ‘passes’ of items by visitors to inmates.  They will also investigate deaths in prison to a high standard.

The prison team offers a wealth of opportunity for investigators – the combination of prison records, CCTV, and prison phones (PINS) allows the team to build strong cases, and as a result the unit obtain frequent convictions for their cases at Crown Court.

The prison environment is like no other investigative setting and presents detectives with unique opportunities to develop new skills and work closely with partners. 

The unit provides cover for incidents occurring in the four prisons located within Doncaster.  The prisons include HMP Doncaster, which as a remand prison holds a wide range of offenders.  The unit predominantly works 8-4 Monday to Friday, but you will cover 1 weekend in every 5 and perform 10:00x18:00 every five weeks for any prison related issues which may arise. 

This is an opportunity to develop your partnership working with not only the four prisons, but other agencies including the NCA, MARSOC, NERPIU, HM Probation service and His Majesty’s Coroner. 

For further information relating to the role, please refer to the attached role profile.

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office Force
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

Application Process:

To apply, please complete the online application form.  Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your two most recent PDRs, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

For further information and to apply, please click HERE

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency-based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF). 

Successful applicants will be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Biometrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos

For further information about the team and the application process please contact: DS Alex Rowley at alexandra.rowley@southyorkshire.police.uk

Closing Date: Sunday 3rd March 2024

Closing dates are not normally extended, other than in exceptional circumstances and agreement is made with the Talent Acquisition Manager and the Line Manager for the role.

Diversity and Inclusion:

Applications are particularly welcome from female and ethnic minority officers.

It’s really important to us that the department represents the community we serve, in order for us to provide the best service, utilising a range of backgrounds, experience and skills.  We support and value all officers and staff and the unique experiences they bring to the role.  We strongly encourage and welcome applications from these valuable underrepresented groups.

If you are from an underrepresented group and want to find out more about the support we can offer, please contact our dedicated team on positiveaction@southyorks.pnn.police.uk