Police force set to restart Falmouth cadets and are looking for new recruits

  Posted: 15.09.21 at 10:00 by Joseph Macey

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Devon and Cornwall Police are relaunching the Falmouth Cadets and are on the hunt for recruits.

The police are looking to recruit new cadets for the unit which will be based at Falmouth University (Tremough) with sessions taking place between 6pm and 8pm every Tuesday.

Speaking to Nub News on the relaunch of the scheme, they said that potential cadets need to be aged 13 at the time of appointment and no older than 18.

They also need to have a keen desire to get involved in their communities as well as build on their knowledge and experience through team activities and training.

A Devon and Cornwall Police spokesperson added:

"The role of a police cadet is extremely varied and you will develop a wide range of skills while having fun and helping your local community.

"Cadets participate in many activities such as teambuilding tasks, community engagement events, drills, and interactive sessions with departments within the force.

"For more information or any queries, please get in touch with the West Cornwall Youth Engagement Officer, PC Phil Rees via email at ([email protected]) or Unit Leader, Special Constable Mike Knowles at ([email protected])."

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