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He is editor of Blackstone's Policing for the Special Constable and a contributor to Blackstone's Police Operational Handbook: Practice and Procedure.He is currently researching Police and Crime Commissioners with Barry Spruce.
No, you would have to go through the official recruitment process like all other applicants in order to qualify as a police officer.Unfortunately the only dates we have for assessments and fitness tests are those we will notify you of.If you are successful at the application stage you will be invited to attend the assessments at some during that week.Additionally, reference and definition boxes provide handy and accessible refreshers about the law and powers available to PCSOs.Written by highly-experienced practitioners alongside recently-appointed Police Community Support Officers, this is the only book a PCSO will need, wherever you are deployed, as well as being an invaluable aid to PCSO trainers and police tutors alike.If successful at the assessment stage you will be provided with a date for your fitness test.
If you are unable to attend these dates unfortunately we will be unable to progress your application.
Barry Spruce is the Head of Partnerships at Kent Police, which includes the Special Constabulary and he has co-authored a number of Blackstone's texts, including Blackstone's Policing for the Special Constable.
Barry is currently studying for a Ph D in Criminology at Canterbury Christ Church University, focusing on the extended policing family and the voluntary sector, and researching PCCs with Bryn Caless.
Please refer to our website on Police Officer recruitment for further information https:// If I apply to become a PCSO can I still apply to be a Police Officer if these vacancies are advertised?
Yes you would be able to apply as currently the PCSO is not part of the SEARCH national assessment process.
If you already a serving Special Constable, you will need to resign if you are appointed as a PCSO.