- On 4th March there will be a talk by Professor Laura Serrant, Professor of Community and Public Health Nursing and Director of Research and Enterprise in the Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing at the University of Wolverhampton.
- On 8th March there will be a talk by Chief Constable Debbie Simpson of Dorset Police.
For more details or to book please click on the following link: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/international-womens-day-2016-9572967961
If you have ever considered worked for Dorset Police, please find below 2 links that will take out to the current volunteer recruitment drive by Dorset Police:
This first link is to a document detailing frequently asked questions about volunteering with Dorset Police Frequently asked questions
The second link is to the Dorset Police website and highlights the Volunteer positions currently available. Whenever a new role is added, this is also shared on our social media so they may wish to monitor this if they want to keep up to date with new roles as soon as they are added. Current volunteer vacancies
Dorset Police is offering people the opportunity to accompany officers out on patrol and they are particularly keen to recruit volunteers from ethnic minority backgrounds.
The lay observation scheme is open to people living in Dorset who are aged 18 and above. It is a valuable opportunity for you to see a range of policing techniques in action. These may include arrests, how Police deal with offenders and victims, statement taking, questioning and stop and searches.
For further information please see: http://www.dorset.police.uk/default.aspx?page=8031 for further information