Police Science students land jobs at UK’s largest force

Three-students police

Police Science students who have graduated from the University of South Wales have landed jobs at the Metropolitan Police.

Rob Clarke, Charlotte Jennings and Susana Silva, who graduated this week, and Sam Jones, who graduated last year, have all secured positions with the UK’s largest police force, where they will start as Police Constables in September.

Through its latest recruitment campaign, the Metropolitan Police has offered an accelerated promotion programme, of which all four have progressed to the final stages.

The graduates have all been tutored and mentored throughout by staff experienced in the police selection process, with personal coaching to enhance their prospects of selection.

Rob, 22, from Taunton in Somerset, said: “It has been a challenging final year because we have been going through the Met’s rigorous recruitment process alongside our studies, but it has been more than worth it!”

Charlotte, 20, from Newtown in Powys, added: “It’s an amazing feeling to be graduating from University and already know that we’re going into our dream jobs.”

Susana, 21, from London, said: “I have absolutely loved my time at the University. Studying “Police Sciences” has provided me with this fantastic opportunity to join the Met Police and hopefully, in the future, the Special Armed Forces.”

Patrick Tucker, Senior Lecturer in Police Sciences at USW, said: “The whole department is delighted to see Charlotte, Rob and Susana reap the rewards for their hard work. I am sure they will make excellent officers and we all wish them well in their future careers.”

Find out more about studying Policing and Security at the University of South Wales.

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