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April

Dog Support Unit Constable

Cleveland Police - Wynyard, TAS

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

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This is a unique development opportunity for motivated officers to support policing activity across the force area. We are looking for proactive officers who can show they target OCG’s, provide quality intelligence logs and can contribute to an already successful team. They must have an awareness of crime trends and how to respond to these.

Officers must be able to work with minimal supervision, and able to self-generate policing activity by planning and prioritising workload. They need to be confident in using the National Decision Model to asses risk and respond to it.

Officers who are successful will undertake the duties of a General Purpose and Specialist Dog Handler. Therefore being confident and capable of handling a lively dog is vital.

This is a physically demanding job where a good level of fitness is required and level 6.3 is to be achieved on the bleep test.

Officers will complete in the first instance a 13 week initial general purpose dog handler’s course. Once the officer and dog are competent and capable working on the duty shift they will then gain a second specialist dog with further training required. The type of specialist dog will depend on the force requirements at the time.

It is a requirement that upon appointment successful applicants have a suitable space at their home address to have a provided dog kennelling system sited for the kennelling of Police Dogs. The space is to be surrounded securely by a minimum of 6ft fence with gated access. Applicants are also required to have a suitable vehicle for the transportation of the dogs with room for 2 fixed cages. The Dog Support Unit Sgt and trainers will check both of these requirements.

Applicants must have completed their probationary period.

Please click here for the job description.

If you are interested in applying for this vacancy please submit your application no later than 23:55 on the specified closing date.

In the interests of proportional representation, applications are especially welcomed from officers in under-represented groups.

The selection process for the DSU, as outlined below will include a number of stages.

STAGES OF SELECTION

Stage 1

Application Submission and passing of enhanced fitness test by candidates to the standard required for DSU officers in accordance with the NPCC minimum PSU standards prior to the dog handling suitability week. Applicants must be able to reach level 6.3 on the bleep test. There will only be one opportunity to take this test. Applicants supervision must be aware of the requirement to attend if successful at paper sifting a one week suitability assessment and must make clear in their application form in the ‘other’ section that the abstraction can be managed if successful at this stage. Should you not be able to attend, and you have not disclosed any availability issues, your application may be withdrawn from the process.

Stage 2

Paper sift of applications

Stage 3

Dog handling suitability

(4 day duration)

Stage 4

Interview

All stages (including the fitness test) are required to be successfully passed prior to interview.

If successful to join Cleveland Police as a transferee you will be posted to the role for which you have applied, and the intention is that you would remain in this post for a significant period. However as per Regulations, please note that the Chief Officer does reserve the right to move you within the Force if required.

Wynyard, TAS

Government, Defence & Emergency




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