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Cadet Volunteers

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Cadet Volunteers

Cleveland Police has over 100 cadets and 24 volunteer cadet leaders who each volunteer their time each week in Hartlepool, Redcar, Middlesbrough and Stockton.  

Cadets take part in social activities such as hockey and basketball as well as taking part in community events such as bike marking to assist in crime prevention and helping with rejuvenation projects such as gardening in Saltburn Valley Gardens to turn the space into a ‘by the sea’ themed area for everyone in the local community to enjoy.

Cleveland Police Cadets have been recognised nationally for their work with people living with dementia. This has included arranging social events including cinema screenings specifically for people with dementia to enjoy and arranging an afternoon tea party with mementos from the Second World War. 

The cadets do this whilst raising awareness of the Herbert Protocol, which encourages carers, families and friends of people with dementia to hold information about them that can help the police find them if they go missing.
Recently, police cadet Nieve Rusby, 16, received the ‘Young Persons Award’ from Stockton’s Mayor in the annual Civic Awards for her work to give more than 400 Christmas gifts to children’s special care units, women’s refuges and local hospices.

If you think you could be interested in becoming a Cleveland Police Cadet or volunteer, more information is available at: https://cleveland.police.uk/young-people/Cadets-How-to-Apply.aspx


 
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