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    January

    2018

    17 years in healthcare.

    Recruitment is what we do but it hasn’t always been. What sets us apart from the rest? Knowledge! We know the sectors that we're recruiting into.   Health and Social Care recruiters are plenty, but how many do you know with 17 years’ experience in the industry? That is why we’re different here at Peel. We understand what it’s like…

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    January

    2018

    IPCC becomes IOPC

      The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) as we know it, was replaced by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) yesterday.   On Friday (05/01/2018) The ‘IPCC’ tweeted: “On Monday we become the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). This is not just a change of name - it follows a period preparation where have reviewed our ways of…

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    January

    2018

    Our team is growing again!

    Introducing our new Head of Marketing, Nina Walker   Our team is growing again. What better way to start a new year than further growth within the company? From the start, Peel has seen continuous development and looking back at the end of each year it is evident that we’re a well-oiled machine that gets the job done! Let’s continue…

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    November

    2017

    Why relationships are key to good social work

    Over the past few years the social work sector has received a great deal of attention in the press due to a number of high profile incidents. The sector has also been the subject of a great deal of controversy over a severe lack of funding. In light of this, the sector is under a great deal of scrutiny and…

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    November

    2017

    The history of the police force

    The police force as we know it today has come a tremendous way from its early stages, here we explore how the police force we know today came to be. Hue & cry In 1361 the Justice of the Peace Act came to be, in which three or four men were conscribed to police each county, they were to arrest…

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    October

    2017

    Our investigation skills training course

    Investigation skills can be valuable in a wide range of roles. Our investigation skills training course has been developed by Chris Davies, an experienced former police detective with more than three decades’ experience as an investigator at the highest level. With vast experience of not just working as an investigator, but also of delivering training and developing training programmes for…

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    October

    2017

    Commercial intelligence training with Exchequer Solutions

    Exchequer Solutions is a professional services company which provides services to the UK’s recruitment sector and to contractors across a range of industries. Based in Chester, the business has experienced significant growth in recent years and has established itself as one of the leading companies in its sector. As with any business operating in a competitive market, members of the…

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    September

    2017

    How will Brexit affect the health and social care sector?

    With well over a year since the UK public decided upon Brexit, many industries are still in the dark as to precisely how they will be affected once we officially leave the EU. In fact, there have already been some impacts on the health and social care industry since the 2016 EU referendum, and these could potentially have significant impacts…

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    September

    2017

    Modern slavery crackdown

    Foreign criminals involved in modern slavery and human trafficking have faced a significant crackdown in the North East. Operation Kestrel targeted raids occurred in July, with the Cleveland, Northumbria and Durham police forces, working alongside Immigration Enforcement, Border Force and the North East Regional Serious and Organised Crime Unit to carry out the raids. The operation was the biggest of…

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    July

    2017

    Modern Slavery & Social Care

    Recent research has uncovered an incident of modern slavery in the social care system, leading to questions as to how often this type of modern slavery occurs within the sector. A care home was recently raided by Border Agency staff, finding that staff within the home had no proof of identity and were working in poor conditions for long periods…

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