Latest PCSO student recruits take part in Suffolk Police passing out parade

The latest Police Community Support Officers who have completed their training with Suffolk Police. They are pictured with trainers, Steve Jupp, Deputy Chief Constable, and Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner
The latest Police Community Support Officers who have completed their training with Suffolk Police. They are pictured with trainers, Steve Jupp, Deputy Chief Constable, and Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner
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Eight new PCSOs have been welcomed into Suffolk Police after completing their training. Deputy Chief Constable Steve Jupp congratulated the new recruits at their passing out parade. They are Aaron Etti, Benjamin Hedley Lewis, Matthew Saunders, from Bury, Andrew Miller, Brandon, Matthew Newman from Stowmarket, Benjamin Ball, Colin Gedney and Joshua Perry. These Police Community Support Officers will be serving the community,

Police and Crime Commissioner Tim Passmore said: “I am very pleased to see another wave of Police C ommunity Support Officers join the ranks in Suffolk. The PCSOs do a great job, they work hard in the heart of our communities and are an important part of the policing family. They develop deep roots into the localities they serve, their faces are well-known and they are trusted in their communities.

“In my role as PCC I have spoken to many PCSOs and it is obvious to me that it’s a very varied job with immense satisfaction. I wish these new officers well in their new career.”

Anyone wanting to bevcome a police officer can do so by visiting Suffolk Police