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PCSOs are paid on a starting salary of £18,123 + 229.66 hours weekend working enhancement and 14% shift allowance. Usually, upon successful completion of your probationary period, your basic salary will increase to a maximum of £21,837 + the aforementioned allowances.
You will be paid by Bank Credit on the 15th day of each month - two weeks in advance and two weeks in arrears.
Leave is accrued with service, running from 1st April to 31st March. A full year’s annual leave is 24 days but does increase after 5 years service to 29 days.
In addition to annual leave, you will also receive bank holiday entitlement as PCSOs are not required to work bank holidays.
Upon starting you will be given the option to join the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) and will be provided with supporting documentation.
Personal support and advice
We provide a whole range of support initiatives to help with both you and your family's welfare. These include:
Occupational health support
Health and wellbeing framework
Development and mentoring schemes
Membership of support associations to support and represent your needs
Time and facilities during the working day to practice faith where possible e.g. to pray