Members of two local Army Cadet Detachments last night received a visit from Police Scotland as part of their Cadet in the Community training.
The cadets received a talk on the varying role the Police have within the community and conducted a Q+A session around all aspects of the Police.
The cadets received a talk around the day to day roles of the police as well as the way the police try to engage with youths in the local area.
They explained how the police are organised in Dundee and the different units that could be involved all based within the area.
L/Cpl Naomi Ross, 16, said “Getting to find out more from the Police themselves was great as I want to study criminology after I leave school.”
The cadets were really engaged, answering a lot of questions from the uniform the officers wear, to what happens when someone is arrested.
For action and adventure, fun and friendship, the Army Cadet Force is hard to beat.
With nearly 39,000 cadets (aged 12-18) and 9,00 adults in over 1,600 locations in every corner of the United Kingdom, the ACF is one of the country’s largest voluntary youth organisations.
We are always on the look out for new members, both cadets or instructors.
Visit https://armycadets.com/county/angus-and-dundee-battalion-acf/ for details of your local Detachment or contact 01382 533349.