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Merseyside Police PCS&TO

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Hi, currently going through the process of application to become a police community support and traffic officer for Merseyside police I passed the initial competency based questions on my application form and have now been invited to an interview I have done some research and the questions seem to be about what you would do or have done in certain situations? if I was to pass the interview the next stage would then be post assessment panel what does this involve numeracy/literacy based questions? and role play ? Would appreciate if anyone could give me any info on the interview and Post assessment panel and also the fitness tests, medical and biometric vetting (I know they take fingerprints but what is the DNA Sample they take ?)


Sorry To ask I am sure there have been 100's of posts like this but if anyone could help I would really appreciate it





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You could train a chimp to be a pcso. In fact, that's why they are known as C.H.i.M.P.S. As bobbies.







Good luck!

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Not very helpful J.M.

Jbrown17, hopefully another member can give you a bit more constructive advice than the above. Unfortunately many police officers see PCSOs, or PCS&TOs as they now seem to be expanding to, as means to get rid of sworn officers. Whether that is true or not is for another debate. Either way, it won't be down to you, who is simply applying for a job. Best of luck to you,

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