PCSO SHift Pattern

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PCSO SHift Pattern

by Green Lady » Tue Jan 20, 2009 5:13 pm

Hi Everyone, I have just been accepted to join as a PCSO with Dorset Police. I have to retake my fitness test as I wasn't strong enough but am hopeful that over the next 6 weeks I can develop this. Just wondered if anyone can tell my what the Shift Pattern is with Dorset Police. I am due to start my training at the beginning of March all being well and I want to pre-empt child care arrangements.