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Northern Constabulary is currently looking for interpreters to assist non-English speaking communities when dealing with the police and their partner organisations.

The intention is to enhance the current list of proficient individuals who can assist the Force and its partners in providing a face to face interpreting service.   The service would be of tremendous benefit to the Force, Highland Council and the local health service.

Northern Constabulary, in a joint initiative with Highland Council and the NHS Highland, is appealing for interpreters in any language, but applicants must have a high level of fluency.  Inspector Pamela Ross, Operational Support, Inverness said: This service would be very beneficial to all these organisations, given the diverse, multi-cultural communities living in the Northern Constabulary area.

Interpreters provide valuable assistance to non-English speaking members of the community when they come into contact with any of these organisations.  For an application form or for further information please contact Inspector Ross on 01463 715555.