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South Wales Police recruitment for Somali community
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
South Wales Police are holding special recruitment evenings to encourage members of the Somali community to join the force.
The event will highlight different roles within the police service, and raise awareness of employment opportunities.
The vision of South Wales Police is to be the best at understanding and responding to our communities needs.
In order to achieve this in a multi-cultural city such as Cardiff we need a workforce that reflects and represents our communities.
We hope events such as this will encourage people from all sections of community to consider a career with their local police force and we thank the South Wales Somali Community for this invite and their on-going support.
Information will be available for a variety of roles, including Police Officers, Public Service Centre operators and administration support staff.
"On behalf of South Wales Somali Community, we are delighted to be associated with this unique partnership between the Somali Community and South Wales Police.
We encourage communities across South Wales to join us at this event, learn more of the employment opportunities and to engage with South Wales Police on issues affecting our communities.
We look forward to continuing our dialogue with South Wales Police and build on this unique Community and Police partnership by advocating for a police force that represents the best of our communities in South Wales."
– MR. ABDIKARIM ABDI ADAN, DIRECTOR OF SOMALI ADVICE AND INFORMATION CENTRE
The recruitment evenings will be held at the Best Centre in Butetown on Wednesday January 16, and Wednesday January 23 from 4.30pm until 7pm.
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