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Nottinghamshire Police offers year 11 students chance to join Newark, Carlton or Mansfield cadets

Nottinghamshire Police has offered secondary school pupils the chance to become a cadet.

The forces cadet programme offers young people the opportunity to learn new skills, take part in exciting activities and create lifelong friendships.

To be a cadet you commit to a two year training and development programme at one of the police's three cadet units open for recruitment in Newark, Carlton or Mansfield.

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Volunteer cadets. (28312242)

Alongside the cadet scheme, Nottinghamshire Police work in partnership with the University of Derby to provide the foundation in policing qualification.

Passing this course provides you with a wealth of knowledge and gives you an opportunity to join the University of Derby in the future.

The units meet for their sessions on a weekly basis, in term times only.

The sessions take place between 7pm and 9pm on Wednesdays.

The two year programme starts from September 2020.

To be eligible to apply you must be currently in school year 11 or equivalent.

To find out more about the cadet scheme, including eligibility criteria and how to apply, visit: www.nottinghamshire.police.uk/cadets

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