Stop and Search Youth Trainer
Stop & Search Youth
Trainer - £50 per workshop (excl. travel)
This is the ideal role that would suit anyone who is interested
in making a difference to society, helping the next generation to
understand their rights, and improving the relationship between
young people and the police.
The hours of work are flexible and rely on Youth Trainers
arranging workshops in schools at times that are mutually
convenient. There are no fixed hours of working.
The Youth Trainer will be responsible for delivering first class
training workshops to 13-18 year olds in secondary schools and
colleges throughout the West Midlands.
You will support the Police and Crime Commissioner's strategy
for Stop and Search, as part of his promise to support the roll-out
of schools workshops across the West Midlands that have been
successfully piloted in Birmingham.
The West Midlands is a vibrant and diverse part of the country
and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds. Applicants must be
able to demonstrate a personal commitment to promoting diversity
and racial equality.
To apply for this post please download an application pack from:
For an informal confidential conversation in relation to these
posts, please contact Ben Twomey, Policy Officer, on 0121 626
5395. For more information about the work of the PCC please
visit his website www.westmidlands-pcc.gov.uk
Applicants must hold a full clean driving license and have
access to a vehicle.
Closing date for all applications is 12 noon Thursday 30th
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 13th
The Police and Crime Commissioner is
committed to equality and diversity.