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OCTOBER NEWSLETTER
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OCTOBER NEWSLETTER
An Insight into career opportunities at the Metropolitan Police Service

BIBA is proud to support the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) in fostering closer ties with the Farsi speaking community. We hope that this seminar will provide a clearer understanding of the work and the vast range of career opportunities available within the MPS.

Babak Emamian

The event on Wednesday 27th October will provide you with an insight into the career opportunities available at the MPS and there will be brief speeches from Lord Peter Temple-Morris and Babak Emamian along with a presentation from Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei. You will then have the opportunity to talk directly to serving officers and police staff about the careers available and their first-hand experiences of working for the MPS. This event has been initiated and is sponsored by BIBA.
Career Opportunities

London is a uniquely diverse collection of vibrant communities and MPS is committed to creating a police service that fully reflects the ethnic and cultural profile of the population. The MPS has opportunities for hard-working, enthusiastic and committed candidates who want to take up a uniquely challenging and rewarding role, with variety and the potential for development. We have a wide range of careers paths from Police Officers and Police Community Support Officers to Police Staff and Special Constables.

As a Police Officer after your two year probationary period you can specialise in a particular area of interest to you or as a member of our Police Staff we have roles available in areas such as marketing, HR, forensic science, legal services, IT and finance – the list is endless. On the day you will be able to speak to the various police families and specialist units, they will be able to answer any questions you may have on the different range of skills and qualifications that you may need for these roles. Click here for a PDF copy of the Newsletter
What the British-Iranian Met Officers say:



Wednesday 27th October 2004
Arrival: 7pm
Speeches: 7.30pm – 8pm
Reception: 8pm – 10pm


Talk Synopsis:

The event on Wednesday 27th October will provide you with an insight into the career opportunities available at the MPS and there will be brief speeches from Lord Peter Temple-Morris and Babak Emamian along with a resentation from Chief Superintendent Ali Dizaei. You will then have the opportunity to talk directly to serving officers and police staff about the careers available and their first-hand experiences of working for the MPS. This event has been initiated and is sponsored by BIBA.
BIBA’s 113th Business Meeting
Wellington Ballroom,
London Hilton,
Park Lane, London W1
Chief Superintendent Dr Ali Dizaei
Ali Dizaei joined Thames Valley Police in 1986 after studying for an Honours degree in Law. Promoted to inspector in 1993 and then further promoted to chief inspector in 1996, he was responsible for developing problem oriented policing in the force. He has written many articles in policing (the rise in black militancy, Judicial awakening, (Police Review) and sudden care for our morals (Guardian). He was an advisor to the various groups set up by the Home Secretary after the Lawrence Inquiry. In 1999 he was promoted to Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police and in 2004 he successfully completed the Strategic Command Course and was promoted to Chief Superintendent.

What the British-Iranian Met Officers say:
“Being a Police Officer, working as a Liaison Officer for the Special Crime Directory, I act as an interpreter helping Persian families. The role has helped me feel that I am giving something back to the community, putting a stop to crime whilst putting a smile on peoples faces.”
PC Homan Forouzan

“Joining the police was my childhood dream and I get a lot of satisfaction out of the role I play on a daily basis in helping the people in need and bringing those who commit crime to justice. I wouldn’t do anything else”.”
PC Mehdi Taheri

“As a PCSO I am the face of the Met, a role that has been a real eye opener! The atmosphere in the team I work with is excellent and the job has been a real challenge. By patrolling my local streets, I get to know the community and help to reduce the amount of drug crime in the area.”
PCSO Sarah Hamidi

“I wanted to join a large organisation with a diverse working community, something that the Met has provided me with. Working within Policy and Appeal, my role is very much consultation and research driven. It is the variety and flexibility that I really love about my role.”
Roshni Mistry, member of Police Staff