Police Advisor Job for disabled person

Our colleagues at Inclusion London have sent along this job opportunity – see below for application details:

 

Are you a Deaf or Disabled person interested in policing and crime issues?

Would you like to work with the Metropolitan Police Service to increase knowledge and insight of the issues affecting Deaf and Disabled Londoners?

If so, you may be interested in becoming an Independent Advisor on the Disability Independent Advisory group to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS). This is a non paid voluntary role.

As a member of the Disability Independent Advisory group you will help the MPS build insight and understanding into the needs, wants and assets of London’s Deaf and Disabled people’s communities addressing issues: including Disability Hate crime, critical incidents, everyday policing and strategic policymaking.

For more information on the Disability Independent Advisory group , what becoming a member of the group involves and how to apply, please click the links below where you can download the Disability Independent Advisory group application pack in standard and Easy Read format.

Standard Word version: Disability Independent Advisory Group Application Pack – WORD version

Standard PDF version: Disability Independent Advisory Group Application Pack – PDF version

Easy read Word version: Disability Independent Advisory Group Application Pack – EASY-READ – WORD version

Easy read PDF version: Disability Independent Advisory Group Application Pack – EASY READ – PDF version

Equal Opportunities monitoring form: DIAG Recruitment Equal Opportunities Monitoring form.doc

 Closing date for applications: 5pm Tuesday 30 October 2018

  • Interviews will take place in central London on: 14, 15 and 16 November 2018
  • Candidates invited to interview will be informed by: 2 November 2018
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