chrism1989

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  1. Police Scotland Recruitment

    That won’t matter, as long as long as you physically fit, you will be fine. Don’t crash diet, you’ll just make yourself ill and probably won’t lose that much weight. I joined with a couple of rugby guys, their BMI was well over 30, but they were able to show they were fit.
  2. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Height, weight, blood pressure, pulse, vision test, hearing test, urine test including drug test, session with the doctor where they will do a top to toe examination and take your medical history. Don't worry nothing intimate!!
  3. Help reguarding standard entry test

    I did my SET in 2011, but didn't get through the assessment centre, then applied again in 2015 and didn't have to do them.
  4. Dermatitis and Medical

    Hi Steven, having worked in occupational health before joining the Police I would highly doubt if contact dermatitis would cause you any difficulties in joining :)
  5. Current Probationary Officers

    Hey mate, i'm around 20 months in, drop me a message :)
  6. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Have an awareness what it is about and what's in it but you won't need to learn it word for word.
  7. Older applicant

    Good luck with your application mate! Don't worry about the fitness at all, as well as there being the PE at college, they also do fitness classes like circuits in the evening run by some of the instructors and students - plenty of ways to improve on fitness when you're there!
  8. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Make sure you wear them in before you bull them though or else it will crack!
  9. Police Scotland Recruitment

    100% go the night before and get yourself settled in mate! Most people arrive between 7pm-8pm, gives you a good amount of time to unpack and get your bearings. I wouldn't say that week 1 is bad but it is a bit of information and brain overload! You might feel a bit overwhelmed (or at least I did!) at first but you'll quickly settle in. Once you get the first couple of days over and done with and get into your uniform you'll be grand!!
  10. Police Scotland Recruitment

    You normallly get one session of PE each week, sometimes more, they last about an hour. Some running, circuit work, quite often outside, think we were only inside a couple of times. There's a gym that you can use in your free time (which I think has just got renovated) and some of the instructors quite often run a variety of classes in the evening
  11. Police Scotland Recruitment

    I had a similar experience, I used one of my customers as a character reference, they had no issues with that
  12. Shift pattern question

    For A Div - Dayshift: Mon-Tue 0700-1600; Wed-Sun 0700-1700 Backshift: Mon 1500-000; Tue-Wed 1500-0100; Thu & Sun 1600-0200; Fri-Sat 1700-0300 Nightshift: always the same 2200-0700
  13. Shift pattern question

    Hi, seems to be different depending on which legancy force you go to. I'm A division and I know that G and L division run the same shift pattern as us. I'm not sure about the rest but I think that D division run a 6 on/4 off pattern Here's our shift pattern, dayshift (D), backshift (B), nightshift (N) and rest (R), 5 week pattern, starting from a monday 1) N N N N R R R 2) B B B R R D D 3) D D R R N N N 4) R R R B B B B 5) R R D D D R R
  14. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Can't remember what it stands for but its first aid training, like CPR and recovery position
  15. Police Scotland Recruitment

    NewNaw are thinking of British Transport Police fitness test? They train at Tulli too but their fitness levels are a lot less. For all ages/gender they only need to get level 5.3.