- Aim to add the maximum value to our products andservices
- Look for ways to redefine best practice
- Strive to do things better next time
- Ensure our customers receive the best possible value fortheir spend
- Never take even the smallest detail for granted
As a Contract Support Officer, your specific role is to provide general security of the site including some or all of the following:
- internal and external patrolling, which may include locking/unlocking premises
- access and egress control
- dealing with various emergency situations, including reportwriting and communicating with emergency services
- key control
- demonstrate an understanding of excellent customer care
- efficient reporting of loss, stolen and/or vandalisedequipment and/or property
- Comply with carrying out any other duties reasonablyrequested from your Line Manager
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Must have full drivers license with own transport. First Aid desirable but not essential. Previous Security experience essential.
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SUSSEX Police could receive an unexpected 11 million swing in funding after the Government admitted to making multi-million pound miscalculations.
The force s funding formula, which was due to be cut by 7.8 million, could now rise by up to 3 million after the Government underestimated the level of deprivation within Sussex.
Hove MP Peter Kyle has labelled the system a total shambles and said police officers deserved better treatment.
A senior civil servant has conceded that the wrong data had been applied in calculating the amount of individual force funding after analysts working for Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner questioned the figures.
Under the current formula, Sussex receives the 14th lowest Government grant per head of population out of 43 forces despite being the tenth largest force in England and Wales.
Prior to the revised figure, the Government grant to Sussex would have dropped by a further 5.1 per cent while neighbouring Surrey would have seen a 3.9 per cent increase.
Mr Kyle said: This has become a total shambles.
Frontline police working to keep our communities safe need to know the Government has a grip, yet ministers can t even get their sums right.
Matt Webb, chairman of Police Federation’s Sussex branch, said: “This just reinforces our view that those making the decisions are not listening to the experts.
“Unlike with the military or terrorism decisions where experts are consulted, when it comes to police cuts everyone is an armchair expert and claim to know what’s best for the police.
“Even an extra 3 million would not be sufficient to save the jobs 500 posts to be deleted by 2020 because even with 53 million of savings, something has got to give.”
Prior to the announcement of the error, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne2 said she was lobbying the Government to ensure the force had a fair funding deal and calling for a reconsideration in how the formula was being applied.
Mike Penning, minister for policing, crime, criminal justice and victims, said: The current model for allocating police funding, is complex, opaque and out of date, that is why we have consulted on principles for reform of funding arrangements.
We are refining our proposed model in light of responses to the public consultation and are engaging further with Police and Crime Commissioners and forces as part of this process.
Head to Head Ann Barnes v Steve Uncles in the Kent Police Commissioner Debate
Police and crime commissioner candidates in the Kent force area have taken part in a special debate at Chatham Historic Dockyard.
During the event organised by BBC South East the six candidates outlined what they would bring to the role and how they would tackle crime.