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  1. Boots

    I use Altbergs in the Ladies and find them tight fitting definely go up the half size as recommended. I made the mistake of buying too tight to start - thankfully got them siezed at a serious incident so got a new pair after that a half size bigger. Made all the difference!
  2. Police Scotland Recruitment

    You wont get it written in writing, the word to say you were fit and itl be passed on is all that will happen. Now itl be a waiting game from your recruitment dept for a final fitness and smt date.
  3. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Lol 26 is not old for the process! Quite a few fifty odd year olds were on my intake, I was 26 at the time and felt it was the right time for me, so it’s entirely up to if u feel its a good time for you. Im 28 now and in the division im in theres a fab mix of ages which is good for different aspects of the job!
  4. Im a probie a year in, feel free to private message any questions :)
  5. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Regarding uniform fittings - it's not always a bad thing not hearing yet! I had my uniform fitting for A Div August 2016 and my intake was Dec 2016. When I arrived at Tulli to get my uniform bag, my trousers were too tight and I ended up having to get an emergency uniform order. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Dinnae panic! The longer they leave it the better.
  6. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Hi folks, TriggersBoom - i was in Dec intake 2016, my vetting took from around July until October and at my final fitness/smt we all had a vetting update, some still had it to clear but mine had completed by then. Im a year in now almost which is mental! Good luck to everyone going through it all, remember it well (the constant refreshing of emails, general fear lol) x
  7. Current Probationary Officers

    I have deleted my inbox u can try now if u want!
  8. Current Probationary Officers

    I shall delete some and see if that helps!!! Thanks for the tip :)
  9. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Only advising what i know from my own experience/intake!
  10. Current Probationary Officers

    Random I have plenty of messages! No idea whats wrong with it 😐
  11. Police Scotland Recruitment

    You find out around a couple of weeks before Tulliallan which division you get, and it varies for intakes about what station. I found out on Week two what station I was getting, but iv heard of intakes since that are 4/5 weeks in before they know. A division is a big area especially, and could mean miles of difference for travelling etc so the earlier the better. good luck to everyone going through the process just now
  12. Current Probationary Officers

    Im 6 months in, feel free to message me if u still need anything :) Emma
  13. Police Scotland Recruitment

    Hey Becky, iv been through the whole process. The qucikest iv heard of folk getting to Tulli in the West is about 18 months to 2 years of recent. I am from the North - the shortest in timescale and I was a year and 4 months. So, if there is opportunity for another role mean time - do it. U have to think of yourself. Xx
  14. Older applicant

    I was on an intake with a 51 year old guy who was brilliant. U should deffo go for it!!! Life is too short. best of luck!
  15. Police Scotland Recruitment

    The exam is 80 questions if i remember correct, its multiple choice, and you dont get to take notes in with you. it covers all the modules you have done throughout the course. At the end of each module you go a Knowledge Check which is the same style as the exam. Also there are definitions tests, where you learn defitions of crimes etc. There are also different assessments once you leave Tulliallan throughout the 2 year probation period.