After 10 years some people still thought we are traffic wardenmj12cz wrote:It took us longer when I started the role had been going 2 years and they still were not sure what we were about!
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- Tue Feb 28, 2012 3:58 pm
- Forum: Front door
- Topic: How Long have you been a PCSO?
- Replies: 22
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- Sat Dec 24, 2011 12:18 pm
- Forum: Front door
- Topic: Former Sleaford PCSO charged with raping girl aged under 13
- Replies: 15
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That's why people lost confident from us!
- Thu Dec 08, 2011 6:43 pm
- Forum: Basement HQ
- Topic: Civilian posts being branded as "CSO"
- Replies: 13
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We got a PCSO tea club manager in our team!xbob89 wrote:Not sure how that can be allowed to work.
If so then why not rebrand every force employee a CSO?
CSO - cleaner....CSO- cook.... CSO -lady who serves the tea....
How about CSO - Police officer?
Kinda undermines the role of the PCSO doesnt it?
Blue shirts, blue epaulettes and tie, hat with blue badge distinguish us (Met PCSOs in my case) from PCs. Nothing wrong with that, in my view. Some items I would like to change are: 1) PCSO cap badge looks like that of a US park-keeper, which could be repaced with a more attractive and smarter desi...
- Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:00 am
- Forum: Off topic satellite
- Topic: 26 cops hurt in TOTTENHAM riots
- Replies: 126
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None of them volunteered, they were made to stay. No doubt some of our level 2 officers were sent up to Tottenham, so there would have been less around for response. That’s true, long time ago, I been asked to stand by for a similar situation, doesn’t matter you are PC or PCSO, your boss said "you ...
Isn't it fair to say that most CSO's want to be a real cop? Thanks for the generalisation! Firstly, on a point of accuracy i'm a PCSO not a CSO as you (and others on here) incorrectly quote. Secondly, I applied to be a PCSO not a PC. I thought the job suited me at my time of life with my life exper...