Essex police recruitment campaign
Policing will enable you to work in partnership with the public and other organisations and make a difference to the local community.
The Cuts have Consequences campaign isn’t about politics, it’s an informative programme, highlighting and increasing public awareness.If you experience Hate Crime: As soon as you can, go somewhere you know is safe and get help In an emergency call 999.Could you join your local police force and make a difference in your community? As a police officer your job will be to reduce crime and the fear of crime, and promote confidence among local people that the police understand and are prepared to deal with issues that matter most to them.Many people will look to you for guidance and protection from such experiences and to provide this effectively you will need to be able to see things from their perspective, tailoring your approach to address their particular needs and fears.You'll be a person who thrives on challenges, and are willing to work hard to learn the skills necessary for this difficult but critical role.That equates to a 41% cut in funding for Dorset Police from 2010 to 2019.
And don’t forget we are already one of the lowest funded Forces per head of population.
What is political is that all politicians need to know, and so do the public, that if the cuts keep coming, policing in Dorset will change forever.
Surely there are other areas where savings can be made which will impact less on the safety of our society.
Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that person’s disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
The campaign aims to address a number of findings which indicate reluctance among victims to report hate crime: According to the 2011 Crime Survey of England and Wales only 15% of hate crimes/hate incidents were reported.
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