>> 19 February 2010

Mid-Formartine SNP councillor and Member of Grampian Police Joint Board Allan Hendry has given his backing to the police cadet recruitment drive announced this week by Grampian Police.

The cadets - who will start their cadetship in the yearly intake in October - will gain experience of working with a number of departments within Grampian Police. They will also experience placements with other agencies such as Buchan Dial-A-Bus, Cornerstone Community Care and Grampian Society for the Blind.

Applicants must be at least 16-years-old on 30 September 2010 and be resident within Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire or Moray. They must be physically and medically fit and highly motivated team players with the determination to succeed.

Commenting, Councillor Hendry said:

"As a former Police officer, I am absolutely delighted to see that Grampian Police have indicated that they are to continue with their Cadet Programme of recruitment, especially during these times of economic recession.

"Grampian Police clearly recognise the benefit of recruiting cadets some of whom will go on to join the Police Service and hopefully become the Police Officers of the future. Being a Police Cadet will give these youngsters the benefit of engaging with the communities which hopefully they will eventually serve and to the credit of the Police Service in Grampian for recognising these benefits and continuing with the Cadet program."

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