Are you a current serving Special Constable or PCSO?
If you are a Special Constable, please note you must have completed the full initial training and be signed off for independent patrol. If you are a PCSO, you must have completed your probation period and be confirmed in post.
Please can you provide further details as requested below
For example: 1. CCJ – has this been cleared and a certificate of satisfaction provided 2. IVA – Total amount of debt, monthly repayment, date IVA started, length of IVA 3. Bankruptcy – Date entered into bankruptcy (if not yet issued certificate of discharge) or date of discharge.
Do you have any tattoos on your hands, neck or forearms?
If yes, please note you will be required to send photos of these tattoos with your application form for assessment. Any tattoos seen to be discriminatory, rude, lewd, crude, sexist, sectarian, homophobic, violent or intimidating will result in your application being withdrawn.
Suffolk Constabulary will collect and use personal information and special category data so that it can carry out its legal and legitimate functions as defined by legislation, common law, regulation, policy and best practice. The Constabulary processes information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Data Protection Act 2018 and the Support Policing Purposes (including but not limited to payroll, training, personnel administration, health and welfare etc).
We will collect and use personal information and special category data for employment/contract purposes and will not use or disclose information for any other purposes without your consent, unless required to do so by law, or where the use or disclosure is permitted by law and is necessary and reasonable to do so. We take care to ensure the information we hold is accurate, up-to-date and deleted when no longer required.
As we need to run additional checks on you, it may take us longer to determine your eligibility. If you are successful, an application pack will be emailed to you. We will also contact you to advise of an unsuccessful outcome.
For further details on how we use information and your information rights, please contact the Data Protection teams or visit: www.suffolk.police.uk.