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Metropolitan Police

Metropolitan Police

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DAVIDCAMERON.COM Police cadets in the United Kingdom The term Police Cadets has two principal meanings in the United Kingdom. It may refer to the Police Cadet scheme which allows young adults to serve on the pay-roll of their local police in a virtual apprenticeship, leading (in most cases) to subsequent enrollment as a full-time Police Constable; this scheme was phased out in most English and Welsh police forces between 1990 and 1995, but is still active in Scotland. The term may also refer to the more recent (post-1995) Volunteer Police Cadet youth organisation, that offers an insight into policing, under the general supervision of the local police force in England and Wales. Police Cadets (apprentice police officers)[edit] Authority[edit] The Police Cadet scheme no longer operates in England & Wales. Uniform[edit] The Police Cadet uniform was, in most force areas, identical to the uniform of regular constables, with two exceptions. Police careers[edit] Scotland[edit] Police Cadets in popular culture[edit] Police work[edit] London[edit]

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