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Cmarc Recruitment


We’re now taking applications for call handling staff to join our Contact Management and Resolution Centre (CMaRC).

Call Handlers act as the vital first point of contact for members of the public who need to report an emergency, as well as those who need to report a crime or issue that doesn’t require an immediate response.

The role is challenging, fast paced, and varied and no two days will ever be the same. The work includes recording incidents, investigating and resolving enquiries, assessing risk, and logging vital information quickly and accurately.

Our call handling staff really make a difference at times of distress or crisis, and we’re looking for people who can balance empathy and professionalism in order provide the best service to the public without becoming emotionally involved.

The work is on shift pattern of four-on four-off, 12 hour shifts which include nights, weekends and some bank holidays.

If you’d like to get a better idea of what our call handling staff do, check out the Channel 5 series Hour of Duty which shows the progression of incidents right from that initial call through to officers attending an incident.

You can see the programme via this link https://youtu.be/pQKG2QSR2Lg

To find out more and apply visit: https://careers.derbyshire.police.uk/what-you-could-be-doing/call-handling


 

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Cancellation of events 2020 - Covid 19

Dear Friends,

We hope that you and your loved ones are well and coping with these strange and difficult times. Due to the on-going Covid-19 situation we have taken the desision to cancel the Picnic on the Green and the Heritage Trail Launch, which were planned for Sunday 12th July. The Church of England have taken the precaution of closing the Church and Hall for the foreseable future.

The Heritage Cafe meeting scheduled for Tuesday 30th June has also been cancelled.

Once the current restrictions are amended and new protocols are in place we hope to be in a position to re-arrange some events and we hope that the Picnic and Trail Launch will be able to go ahead in 2021.

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Brackenfield Bulletin - April Edition

Due to the latest Government guidelines on staying at home and avoiding unnecessary travel, the Bulletin will not be delivered until the situation changes.

It has been uploaded to the website and can be viewed on this page:https://www.brackenfield.org/brackenfield-village-association

There is also a copy on the village notice board.

 

Suspension of Church Services

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Under guidance from the Church of England, Sunday services in Brackenfield are suspended until further notice.
Ashover Church will be open daily as usual and there will be a presence – someone to chat to, even if from a distance, from 10 am to 11 am every morning for the time being.
If you would like to talk to one of the church ministry team, please see the contacts page of the Amber Churches website www.amberchurches.org/contacts-directions.html
Any queries about weddings, funerals and baptisms should be addressed to the Rector.
Should any residents of Brackenfield wish to pray/meditate in Brackenfield church it can be opened up by arrangement. Please contact either Nigel Rogers 01773 836137 or Jane Steeper 01773 836016.
Should anyone in Brackenfield need urgent medical supplies and/or shopping this can be arranged. Please phone either of the above mentioned numbers

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