Degree Holders Entry Programme (DHEP) – Accelerated Detective Pathway Job In North Yorkshire

Degree Holders Entry Programme (DHEP)

Degree Holders Entry Programme (DHEP) – Accelerated Detective Pathway Job In North Yorkshire

 

 

Degree Holders Entry Programme (DHEP) – Accelerated Detective Pathway Job In North Yorkshire


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Degree Holder Entry Programme – Accelerated Detective Pathway
We are excited to announce that North Yorkshire Police have today launched a new recruitment campaign that allows applicants to join a structured two-year programme to become a Detective through the Degree Holder Entry Programme (DHEP).
The Culture & Team
The county of North Yorkshire is vast and amongst the most spectacular landscapes in the UK, with over 6000 miles of road network, it’s rural, coastal, towns and cities mean that it is both a challenging and varied place to work. North Yorkshire Police has the same challenges faced nationally, but as a small Force feels unique with its rural/urban mix and a friendly environment, building a team culture that supports one another.
Here at North Yorkshire, we set high standards of policing and support colleagues to grow and develop their skills and strengths to deliver an exceptional service to the public. We encourage diversity and inclusion and want you to develop with us, so why not apply and build your career at North Yorkshire Police?
What is a Detective?
As a Detective, you will hold one of the most vital roles in policing, ensuring that the most vulnerable members of the community are kept safe and the most dangerous are prevented from causing harm. You will find yourself investigating criminal offences such as robbery, burglary, rape and serious assault.
Once you are a qualified as a Detective you will be able to apply for more specialist roles investigating murder, organised crime and fraud. At the end of the two you programme you will be eligible to apply for specialist portfolios such as family liaison and advanced interviewing, you will also be able to apply for promotion through the National Police Promotion Framework (NPPF).
The Programme
The Accelerated Detective Pathway is a fast-track process for those with transferable skills, knowledge and experience to become a detective. You’ll be supported all the way through the Degree Holder Entry Programme by our Professional Development Unit and Training departments to achieve your goal of becoming a Detective Constable at North Yorkshire Police.
As a trainee Detective Constable, you will start a two-year probationary period. Initially being equipped with the knowledge and skills required of all police officers – like officer safety training, understanding key powers and making arrests.
This period will include being tutored and going out on patrol with a tutor constable, before eventually going out on independent patrol. You will then move to an investigation unit where you will work towards a Graduate Diploma in Professional Policing Practice.
After your second year you will be required to complete and pass the National Investigators Exam and Detective Training Course after which you will achieve accredited detective status.
Head of Crime
Detective Superintendent Fran Naughton, Head of Crime, said
“We’re looking for the curious and tenacious who will leave no stone unturned. We need the sort of person who can build professional relationships with victims, witnesses and partners. You will have to be emotionally resilient when faced with the aftermath of traumatic incidents and possess the compassion to provide an outstanding service to victims. Could you stay calm in the face of adversity? Could you critically analyse material to decide whether it can be used as evidence?
“Being a Detective is not always like you see on TV, but you will get to deal with interesting and challenging situations where no two days are the same. Some of us have a desire to discover the truth and willing to go the extra mile. If this feels familiar and you have achieved a 2:2 degree or higher then we want to hear from you.”
The Application Process
The applicant must hold a Level 6 Qualifications at a grade of 2:2 or better – Proof of qualification is required. An image of all relevant qualifications must be uploaded at the time of application.
Those joining this rigorous programme will initially go through a written application and assessment centre. Applicants successful at final interview will undergo a medical assessment, fitness test and security check before a final job offer will be made. North Yorkshire Police are recruiting for positions across the county.
All successful candidates would be working towards a start date of end of February 2023.
Employee Benefits:
  • Salary – starting on £23,556, rising to £26,682 after completing your first year.
  • Shift pattern- As a detective you will work four 12 hour shifts with four shifts off, providing you with a good work/life balance.
  • Unsociable hours- you will be paid an additional 10% per hourly rate for every hour you work between 8pm and 6am
  • Pension scheme- we offer a contributory pension scheme which is based on a percentage of your pensionable pay. (12.44 % at appointment)
  • Annual leave allowance- 22 days annual leave, increasing to 25 after 2 years at Detective Constable rank
  • Staff Support- we are a disability confident employer and are committed to support our staff with all disabilities including dyslexia.
  • Generous contractual sick pay arrangements
  • Supportive maternity/paternity/shared parental leave provisions
  • Range of Health and Wellbeing initiatives, Employee Assistance Programme and a range of other proactive health measures including cycle to work scheme.
  • Ongoing professional career development.
Positive Action
We, at North Yorkshire Police value difference. We have a positive action team who are dedicated to supporting you through your application and beyond. If you feel you need any reasonable adjustments to help reach your potential, please contact our Positive Action Team positiveaction@northyorkshire.police.uk
You can find out more information on our website Here.
The vacancy closes on 9am on 26th September.
If you have any questions, please contact – Detective Inspector Andy Palmer andrew.palmer@northyorkshire.police.uk


 

CCTV Control Room Officer

 

 

CCTV Control Room Officer


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Salary

£13.50 an hour

Job type
Full-time
Permanent

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Employee discount

Full Job Description

Location: London, United Kingdom

Salary: £13.50 hourly

Posted: 6 Sep 2022

Closes: 6 Oct 2022

Contracted Hours: Full-time

Employee Status: Permanent

Reference: 1236

 

 

Allied Universal have the pleasure to be recruiting for a brand new residential building development which is sure to offer some of the finest unique homes within London and the UK. We are looking for security personnel who are passionate about delivering customer service to the highest level whilst genuinely caring for customers, colleagues and have the ability to deliver a kind and personal service.

As the security team you will work to ensure the safety of residents, colleagues, the buildings and assets by creating a safe and secure environment all whilst providing the highest customer service. This new residential development is in its early stages but has plans to become a phenomenal place to be a resident, colleague, visitor for business or leisure.

As the CCTV / Control Room Officer and a member of the Security team, you are responsible for the eyes and ears of the premises, not only from an evidential perspective but also as overwatch for all potential risks and hazards that may occur within the premises. You should be both welcoming and representative of the ‘five-star’ feel to the client we are representing in all interactions.

The Control room officer provides an essential overwatch and support role to the entire site. You are responsible for ensuring all residents, colleagues and visitors feel that they have a professional and secure support team to alert and advise them in times of need. The role is pro-active to prevent incidents escalating and evidential to record and monitor.

This opportunity requires candidates to be able to work a 4 on 4 off rotational shift pattern

 

The Ideal Candidate

Due to licensing requirements, you will need to be aged 18 or over, a confident communicator who is a team player with the drive to provide a friendly and professional service at all times. A good IT knowledge is also key.

To be successful in this role, you will hold a valid SIA Security Guarding Licence and a valid CCTV Licence.

Join Allied Universal Europe and you can enjoy real career progression with a large international company – as the world’s leading provider of security solutions, we offer personal training and support to develop your career. You’ll be in safe hands from our induction and on-site training to regular reviews and growth opportunities.

This is an exciting residential development and you will be part of a strong team driving the service delivery and watching the site develop and grow to its full capacity over the coming years.

Benefits

  • 5.6 weeks holiday per year, 8 of these will be in lieu of bank holidays (worked or not worked)
  • Workplace Pension Scheme
  • Great 4 Savings Employee Discount Scheme
  • Progression, training and development opportunities
  • Reward and Recognition scheme

 

 

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