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Ladycadaver

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  1. PCSO's will be an enormous loss to the force if they go. Of course, they won't realise just how huge a loss it will be until they are gone. The government seems to take them (and the UK police force as a whole) for granted.
  2. Ladycadaver

    Coroners Officers

    Cracking idea, thank you Cosmo. I will mention it to my colleagues - I get the feeling they are easing me in gently. They did mention their last volunteer eventually transcribed and I think even read at inquests before she left. have also wondered about speaking to the bereavement service at our local hospital
  3. Ladycadaver

    Coroners Officers

    Shadowed*
  4. Ladycadaver

    Coroners Officers

    hadowed in the mortuary a few times with Consultants and worked in Histology for a few years. It was definitely worth doing.
  5. Ladycadaver

    Coroners Officers

    I have recently joined my local force as a voluntary coroners support officer. I am really enjoying it and if/when a job becomes available in our small team I would like to apply for it. I've had a read of the job description and know of a few things I can familiarise myself with, including coroners, police procedures, HTA and the registration act. I have quite a medical background so have some knowledge of medical terminology. My question is, is there anything else I can do to get myself "ahead" so to speak? I know that qualifications aren't a necessity looking at the Person Specification, however I wonder if their are any training courses, perhaps a degree or an NVQ I can complete?
  6. Ladycadaver

    Hello

    Hello all :) I have just begun working for the police in the UK on a voluntary basis, so have joined the forum to talk to others across the country.
  7. Welcome to Police UK Forum Ladycadaver :)