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Pupils learn about job opportunities at careers event in Chatteris





It was a day of inspiring the next generation of officers for Fenland police at a skills escalation event at the North CambsTraining Centre in Chatteris on Tuesday.

Officers joined colleagues from recruitment as well as the NHS, RAF, Fire, and various welding and construction companies to give pupils from local primary schools a first look at a few different career paths.

A spokesperson for Fenland police said: “The children got to hear all about the role we do day-to-day, and have a look at the different equipment we carry and keep in our vehicles.

Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.

“We also made sure they knew when to call 999 and assured them we are here for them should they ever need us.

Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.
Policing Fenland joined other agencies and companies to talk about career opportunities to local primary school children.

“It was a great day, and we may have met some of our future officers who will be keeping our community safe.”



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