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Met Police hiring hundreds more PCSOs in massive recruitment drive

The Met Police hopes to recruit hundreds of additional PCSOs to help tackle neighborhood crime (PA Archive) The Met is hiring hundreds of new Police Community Support Officers in a bid to “step back into community policing” and rebuild public trust in the scandal-hit force. The massive recruitment drive launched on Tuesday will see an […]

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Surrey RCMP holding career info session amid recruitment struggles

British Columbians are being offered a unique chance to become BC RCMP officers. On Saturday, Surrey and BC RCMP officials are hosting a career information session, when applicants will be provided the opportunity to start the process on-site. 2:09 Mike Farnworth sends letter to Surrey council over policing indecision “Surrey RCMP is excited to host

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New daycare at Sydney long-term care home aims to boost retention, recruitment

The Cape Breton YMCA will operate the daycare at the Cove Guest Home in Sydney, NS It is expected to open early next year. (Shutterstock – image credit) A new daycare center is being built on the grounds of a long-term care home in Sydney, NS, in hopes it will boost recruitment and retention in

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As NS inquiry casts shadow, RCMP eyes recruitment push with 150th anniversary

The RCMP is hoping to boost recruitment numbers in marking its upcoming 150th anniversary – even as the national force’s structure and practices come under damning new scrutiny. The Mass Casualty Commission released its final report last week into the April 2020 shooting rampage that left 22 people dead in Nova Scotia. It named a

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Courts told not to interfere in recruitment by institutions – Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Monday held that courts should refrain from interfering in the internal governance of institutions in case it did not entertain an overqualified candidate for an advertised post. “We hold that autonomy and free choice of an employing institution must be respected and should be allowed to recruit according to the

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