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  1. if you were to apply for the Police and be unsuccessful (let's say for not enough "life experience" being so young) what jobs could you look into that would later on in life aid your application to the Police?
  2. Realistically, what are the chances of joining the Police at 18 straight out of sixth form? Studying French, Politics and Law and spending two years in my local Army Cadets I would just like to know which Police Force is "most likely" to recruit younger people and which would be best to apply for seen as how you must wait 6 months before re applying. Thanks.
  3. What's the risk with having eyes lasered? I'd jump at the opportunity to have it done. With all the new advancements there's an EXTREMELY low risk of anything going wrong? But I know what you mean with the contacts, you would be well and truly screwed if both dislodged and went all gritty. However, I've got these extended wear contacts which you can even sleep in which almost eliminate this problem.
  4. I do understand where you're coming from with regards to the glasses, however, I can assure you that this after a more than a substantial amount of time of wearing contact lenses that they do not 'fail' for any reason. Maybe looking at what the CNC do (unaided vision standards don't apply for contact lenses wearers only) would be a better option if this is what everyone seems to think.
  5. Unaided vision requirements now no longer stand! I never saw the sense in the rule anyway but as someone who would struggle to meet these requirements it comes as a huge relief. What do others think? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3863402/It-s-long-lens-law-Police-allow-short-sighted-recruits-join-secretly-relaxing-strict-rules.html
  6. Welcome to Police UK Forum ZXC53 :)