Police Officer in Fakenham, Norfolk
Norfolk Response Police Officer
Working as a response police officer requires a lot of flexibility, be it shift work, communication skills, adapting to different scenarios and situations. Resilience is essential.
Every day is different, one day you will be investigating criminal offences and the next spending the whole shift with someone who is suffering a mental health breakdown, then attending road traffic collisions or sudden deaths.
The hardest part of the job is keeping up to date with new systems and “red tape”.
You will work in a wonderful team, they don’t call it the policing family for no reason.
Communications Officer in Wymondham
Tough job No support
Support offered was not in a timely manner.
As an employee you just feel like a number not a person.
Too much expected of you. Mainly doing 3 peoples jobs as always understaffed and staff stressed and pressurised to deliver.
police community support officer in Great Yarmouth
If you don’t want stress then avoid
Not the best place in the world to work. Job can be very stressful. Senior management don’t really care about their staff only the statistics. Best thing about the job are the people you work with.
Police Constable in Norwich, Norfolk
Overworked and under paid
Best part was the retirement, enjoyed it in the early days
Job satisfaction, but pressure and under-valued by some management.
Assisting members of the public with a wide range of complaints/problems:
anti-social behaviour, theft, criminal damage, child protection issues, searches for missing people, crime prevention surveys, crime scene preservation.
Everyone will cover your back if you're in trouble.
Working under constant pressure from management, from government, due to low resources.