Funny that.I have just heard 10 mins ago of someone I know who quit after 3 years
(not sure why yet).He had tried for 4 campaigns before succeeding on his fifth attempt.
Im sure there will be more people quitting due to the increased threat.Not everyone has the wit to research a career in the PSNI and all that it entails.Some will have seen it as just a job to apply for in the current climate.
Im sure we've had a gripe about this before but it cant hurt to have another moan.
I reckon the interview idea is a damn good one,as is the detailed information idea,given one to one about how a recruits life would change and affect those around them.
I think these were omitted for a reason,namely that anything which may deter(or hinder) potential RCs from joining up wouldnt be included in the application process.
Just my opinion,of course and not trying to cause trouble,but percentages had to be hit so the most efficient manner in which to hit said percentages had been found after a decade of recruitment.There have been quite a few tweaks to the whole process from the first campaign.Every tweak was done for a reason so that targets and percentages are achieved.
Oh, but Im sure some of them,like the IST rollovers,were done for financial reasons