After successful company approval, employees of the company must apply for accreditation. To achieve accreditation, an individual has to be vetted and approved by the Chief Police Officer of the area they work in and have successfully completed the required training by an approved training provider.
There are 2 types of courses:
A basic course for non-traffic management officers and takes approximately 60 hours. This can be classroom or online/virtual.
A course with a practical element.
Takes approximately 20 hours.
Course content can vary but will contain the following mandatory subjects:
The extended police family and Community Safety Accreditation Schemes and current legislation that is relevant to Community Safety Accreditation Schemes, Accredited Persons and the powers that may be exercised
Interpersonal social skills in the community
Risk assessment and personal safety
Conflict management and assertiveness
Recording evidence and details of incidents
Community safety problem solving and crime reduction in communities
Accredited Persons action at crime scenes or incidents
Further Pathways are available as required for a variety of specific roles such as traffic offenses, firework offences or fixed penalty offences. Employees will be granted the relevant accreditation as deemed necessary by the Chief Officer of the force in which the employee is working.
Approved training providers have to follow the specifications which have been developed in consultation with representatives of:
They are updated regularly to ensure relevance and accuracy.
If you are interested in applying, please contact us.
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