College students working as special constables

PUBLISHED: 15:21 09 October 2016 | UPDATED: 15:21 09 October 2016

Lowestoft College

Lowestoft College


A collaboration between Lowestoft College and Suffolk Police continues to flourish with two more students joining the growing number of students and alumni working as Special Constables.

Level Three BTEC Extended Diploma in Public Services students, Jessie Hodds, 18, of Gorleston and Ebony Harvey, 18, of Blundeston, follow in the footsteps of 20 former students.

Jessie is now the youngest Special in Suffolk after completing her training at the start of August. She plans to apply as a regular officer once recruitment opens.

Pictured are Jessie, left, and Ebony. Picture: Lowestoft College

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