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    I am a pcso still with my tutor, and Im not really liking the job as much as I thought. Its not bad, but im struggling with report writting, I know it will come in time but but I need to complete my tutorship. However the other aspect of not liking it is the people, some of the pcso's are alright. But the police officers are not, neither are the sergeants, im under the impression the sergeants dont want to be disturbed much by the pcso's.

    Ive been told by my colleagues, that sergeants dont like us, neither do the officers. There's a lot of *****ing between everyone aswell and bad language.

    So im thinking how long to get settled in to the job ? At least 6 months
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    I am a pcso still with my tutor, and Im not really liking the job as much as I thought. Its not bad, but im struggling with report writting, I know it will come in time but but I need to complete my tutorship. However the other aspect of not liking it is the people, some of the pcso's are alright. But the police officers are not, neither are the sergeants, im under the impression the sergeants dont want to be disturbed much by the pcso's.

    Ive been told by my colleagues, that sergeants dont like us, neither do the officers. There's a lot of *****ing between everyone aswell and bad language.

    So im thinking how long to get settled in to the job ? At least 6 months
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