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Re: pcsos can they transfer

by Jimmy_bobby » Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:26 pm

I hear BTP have a faster process for experienced PCSOs. Maybe worth getting in touch with them.

Re: pcsos can they transfer

by Marlon » Wed Nov 19, 2008 8:47 pm

sarahs two wrote:does any one know can pcsos transfer from one force to another ? or do they have to do the whole application again .also why does the recruitment process take so long i was told march now im being told it could be later ..


AFAIK, yes, they must apply from scratch to the new force rather then transfer.

Recruitment could be delayed for many reasons - availability of funding, availability of posts, availability of training facilities, availability of training staff, the number of applications to sort through and prioritise etc etc. Any number of reasons.

pcsos can they transfer

by sarahs two » Wed Nov 12, 2008 11:21 pm

does any one know can pcsos transfer from one force to another ? or do they have to do the whole application again .also why does the recruitment process take so long i was told march now im being told it could be later ..

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