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Surrey Police Recruits

Alert message sent 31/08/2021 11:48:00

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On the 16th August, Surrey Police proudly welcomed 24 new recruits who were sworn in as Police Officers recently. The new officers bring a variety of skills and past experience to our policing family. We wish them the best of luck as they embark on their new and exciting careers.

Some of the new recruits have told us why they wish to become a Surrey Police Officer:
PC Robbins decided to move from her staff role in the Force Control Room to become an officer so that she could continue to help the public in a more face to face role.

“I’m 47 years old, my youngest of 4 children has just graduated from University, so it felt like it was my time to do something for me. I will gain my degree when I turn 50; I never thought that I was too old. I had cancer two years ago and it has changed my perspective on so much. I decided to grab life with both hands and run with it! I’ve worked really hard to get into shape for this opportunity, losing a lot of weight and challenging myself to increase my fitness levels. I want to continue to help those who are suffering in the darkest moments of their life, or to help relieve fear and suffering. To reunite people with their loved ones and to offer comfort to those at the worst moments of their life.”

Since childhood, PC Burakowska had a desire to become a Police Officer. It was after the death of a close friend who was killed in a collision by a drug driver, that really persuaded her to apply. She explains, “To know that there are people out there who put their own lives, as well as others’ lives at risk, it really pushed me to realise that this is what I want to do! Through becoming a police officer, I will feel complete and accomplished in life, I will be fulfilled knowing that I have done the best I could in my life, creating a positive impact in Surrey. I understand this is not an easy job, which can be stressful. I am very proud of myself for getting this far and can’t wait to face the challenges ahead of me.”

Before realising her dream of being a Police Officer, PC Wyrzykowska, spent many years teaching English to non-English speaking students from over 60 countries. She explains: -
“I hope my new role will provide opportunities to use a wide range of varied skills developed in different jobs I've done so far, and to gain new skills too. I am looking forward to doing a job which is meaningful and stimulating, which serves the community and where you never cease to learn.”
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Carolyn Anstey (Surrey Police, Office Manager, Runnymede)

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