Report Crime If you are a victim or material selection process pdf to crime you can report it here. It’s important that our Special Constables are of the same standard as that expected of our regular officers.
Public satisfaction, public confidence and community engagement are all critical aspects of the service delivery of Police Scotland. The national selection process for Special Constables reflects the importance of ensuring that our Special Constabulary continues to consolidate its status as a reliable, trusted and integrated part of Police Scotland’s strategic and operational deployment plans. It is really important that you complete all the sections of the forms fully and honestly, so you will need to spend a bit of time preparing this. You must disclose all the material information requested in each section. Don’t be tempted to leave things out as this can result in your application being rejected. In our How to Apply – Special Constables section you can download the application and vetting forms which you can save and complete on your own computer and then either email or post to us. Please be aware that it will take more than a first class stamp to post the form.
Forms with incorrect postage may not be delivered. On receipt, your application form is assessed to ensure that you meet the entrance criteria and that you have provided relevant responses and information to all the questions. SET in which case you will not have to sit this stage again. In order to ascertain suitability a wide range of police systems will be checked. Convictions, warnings or other adverse information will not in every case prevent appointment. Your application will remain subject to our vetting procedures throughout. All vetting decisions are made independently by the Police Scotland Vetting Unit.
You should be aware that full vetting approval may not be made until the latter stages of the recruitment process. We will also want to know whether any of your close family or associates are involved in criminal activity and we will therefore search for any criminal convictions or cautions recorded against them. You must advise them that these enquiries will be made. Police Scotland cannot disclose the result of these enquires to you.
To help you get ready for the test, we’ve created sample papers for you to practice. To find them, scroll down to the bottom of this page where there is a list of PDF documents you can download. If you have or think you have a specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia you can contact recruitment on 01355 566350 for guidance on how we can help you. If you would like to know more about dyslexia visit Dyslexia Scotwest at www. Police Service National Fitness Standard document at the bottom of the How To Apply page. All candidates must reach level 5.
For training purposes, you may find the attached MSFT training video and downloads of use. You should measure out a level, 15-metre long training space in order to utilise these downloads fully. If you have any concerns about your ability to undertake the fitness assessment you should seek advice from your GP in the first instance. Please note your BMI will not be assessed until the medical stage which is towards the end of the selection process.
This is your opportunity to make the right impression. So preparing for your interview is really important. This is the first opportunity that we have to talk to you in person. The final stages include vetting clearance and an in-depth medical and pre-appointment substance misuse testing.