Fourteen new PCSOs join North Yorkshire Police

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North Yorkshire ’s Chief Constable, Dave Jones shared his pride as he welcomed 14 new Community Support Officers to the front line during a Passing Out ceremony held at headquarters in Newby Wiske last week.

Joining from a range of backgrounds including the British , the sector and HR – the PCSOs will join North Yorkshire Police’s Safer Neighbourhood Policing Teams across the county, where they will work with residents and businesses to tackle some of the day-to-day issues that arise in communities.

Prior to their Passing Out ceremony, which took place on Friday 10 March 2017, the officers completed a comprehensive ten-week programme of training which included a three day community placement to prepare for their new careers.

As well as learning legislation and safety techniques, the course and placement gave the officers a valuable insight local issues and the chance to start building relationships with their local communities.

The PCSOs will be based at Northallerton, , , Scarborough, Stokesley, Leyburn, Richmond and Sherburn-in-Elmet.

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