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Suffolk Constabulary - Looking for Volunteer Police Cadets

General Details

Suffolk Constabulary is committed to engaging with children and young people to ensure that they have the opportunity to lead rewarding and productive lives. Young people have a lot to offer the community and the police service.

Suffolk Police and Suffolk Fire Service are now collaborating the running of our cadet scheme. Some units run as Police Cadets and some as Emergency Services Cadets.

Our Motto is "It's not where you've come from; it's where you're going that counts"

We have 8 Units across Suffolk:

3 Emergency Services Units (joint Fire and Police)- Haverhill, Bury and Lowestoft

5 Police Cadet units- Ipswich, Martlesham, Stowmarket, Sudbury and Mildenhall.

Who to contact

Name
Suffolk Constabulary Cadet Co-ordinator
Telephone
01473 613888 xtn 3656
Email
CadetsInfo@suffolk.pnn.police.uk
Website
http://www.suffolk.police.uk/joinus/policecadets.aspx
Address
Martlesham Heath Police Headquarters
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP5 3QS

Additional contact

Additional Website
http://www.suffolk.police.uk/joinus/policecadets.aspx

Where to go

Name
Suffolk Constabulary - Looking for Volunteer Police Cadets
Address
Martlesham Heath Police Headquarters
Ipswich
Suffolk
Postcode
IP5 3QS
Area served
Ipswich, South Ipswich, East Ipswich, North Ipswich, West Ipswich
Venue Email
CadetsInfo@suffolk.pnn.police.uk

Days & Times

The volunteer sessions are held from 7.00pm to 9.00pm, every Thursday for Martlesham, Ipswich, Lowestoft and Bury. Thursday 6.45-8.30pm for Stowmarket Cadets. Wednesday 7-9pm for Haverhill Cadets. Saturday 2-4pm for Sudbury cadets and Saturdays 10-12pm for Mildenhall Cadets.

Other details

Age Groups
Young people
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet
Notes

Safer Neighbourhood Teams have identified that young people hanging around is still one of the highest public concerns around anti-social behavior. We can tackle this with meaningfully intervention through Volunteer Police Cadet (VPC) schemes. Seeing young people in a positive way can go a long way to reduce the fear of youths on our streets to the general public. The sessions will be led by a trained facilitator and supported by Out & About’s volunteers. Volunteers are fully CRB checked and are trained in assisting with personal care, administering medication, mobility assistance, communication, disability awareness and managing challenging behavior.

Last Updated
04/02/2020

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