Wednesday 22 December 2021
Humberside Police are looking to recruit additional special constables; a volunteer role with a minimum commitment of 16 hours per month. A Force spokesman told Beverley FM: “This is a unique opportunity, with various skills and specialist knowledge gained which are transferable to other parts of your life; including personal development and career progression.”
He continued: All Special Constables have the same powers, uniform and equipment as their colleagues. However, due to the level of training they receive, they will not be expected to or able to carry out all of the same tasks as a regular police officer. There is no such thing as a ‘typical day’ in this role, but you can expect to be on patrol, in uniform, on foot or in a vehicle.”
[Full details and how to apply here]
Free taster courses in a whole range of subjects, offered by East Riding Council’s Adult Learning, become available in the New Year. They include “Try Photography” with a chance to learn the full capability of modern digital cameras and how to achieve better photographs, which starts in Beverley on Monday January 17 for a week.
To explore what’s available click]
And finally, tomorrow night’s Ceremony of Carols concert in Beverley Minster, due to take place at 7.30pm, has had to be cancelled. Those who bought advance tickets are being contacted to arrange refunds.