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Police Scotland hosting a recruitment drive in Inverness to encourage people from black and ethnic minorities to take up a career as a Highland officer


By Louise Glen

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Police officer recruits from BME backgrounds are being invited to an information evening.
Police officer recruits from BME backgrounds are being invited to an information evening.

Police Scotland are hosting an information event aimed at encouraging people from minority ethnic communities to consider a career as a police officer.

During the event on Monday November 29, attendees will learn about the recruitment process, and will be able to speak to serving Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) police officers and have the opportunity to try the fitness test.

The evening starts at 6pm until, and potential officers are invited to drop in to get more information.

Constable Louis Jullien, who is organising the event, wants as many people are possible to come along, to find out more about being a police officer.

He said: "I’m a police constable with the positive action team, which is part of the recruitment department of Police Scotland.

"My colleague Sunisa and I will be hosting an in-person recruitment event in Inverness, Old Perth Road Station, on Monday November 29. The event is specifically aimed at people from minority ethnic backgrounds and communities, which are under-represented within the police service."

For more information, or if you are unable to attend on the evening contact recruitmentpositiveactionteam@scotland.pnn.police.uk

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