Support Staff help run and maintain the police station.Education & Training:
It’s preferred that they have secondary school qualifications, but it isn't necessary in the more “unskilled” occupations (runner, caretaker, groundsperson, etc). Children (who are thirteen and older) can also work part time in them.Dress Code:
They don’t have a set uniform, but are expected to wear a name badge and formal clothes (black trousers and white shirts, etc).
Here’s an incomplete list of jobs in this department. You’re warmly welcome to suggest others by PMing Doreen Philpots
or posting in Help & Feedback
.Chief Of Support Staff
S/he’s in charge of running the department, which may include handling its annual budget, meeting with other chiefs and making sure his/her underlings are reasonably happy, healthy and working effectively.Canteen Cook
(2/5)Eve MastersDoreen Philpots
They keep the canteen clean, cook and prepare food, and raise the prices every few weeks.Runner
The runner is the lowest ranking employee in the department. Their job mostly consists of going on food and drink runs, as well as restocking the vending machines situated throughout the police station.Postal Clerk
(2/3)Kri WhiteOzwald Harper
They sort and deliver the post to the different police departments. Postal clerks also collect anything that needs sending from them, which they dispatch to the correct external locations.Administrative Assistant
(2/3)Lilith StarkPaige Daniels
Also referred to as a receptionist or secretary, the administrative assistant sits at reception points throughout the police station, where they handle visitors or answer phone calls. Their other duties involve keeping filing cabinets, shelves, etc, organised and tidy, typing up handwritten notes and printing important documents.Communications Officer
They answer emergency calls, note down important details (name, address, problem, etc) and relay them to the relevant police department(s).Caretaker
Also known as a janitor or custodian, the caretaker (British English) scrubs and purifies every part of the police station.Groundsperson
They maintain the grounds of the police station, keeping them looking neat and pretty, as well as free of dog shit, litter and vermin.Nurse
A nurse is based on-site to deal with any injuries sustained at the hazardous police station, such as severe papercuts, sprained backs from lifting too many heavy boxes and the occasional gunshot wound whilst practicing in the Firearms Unit.Counsellor
The resident counsellor helps employees from any of the police departments deal with personal, social or psychological problems.Careers Advisor
The resident careers advisor helps employees from any of the police departments acquire new knowledge and skills, as well as improve their CVs and application forms, so they can get better, higher paying jobs related to law.
Information credited to Kris, Gypsy and Richard.