Morgan Sindall has this week begun construction of a new £39m training facility for the Civil Nuclear Constabulary near Sellafield in Cumbria.
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Highland MP Paul Monaghan is spearheading a campaign to keep the retirement age of police officers in the Civil Nuclear Constabulary in line with that of other forces. He warned pension reforms could mean firearm officers having to work until 68, and raised fears about the expansion of their role to include responding to a terrorist incident. The SNP MP, who is sponsoring a parliamentary motion on the issue, today called on the UK Government to take steps to ensure parity between the CNC, Home Office forces and Police Scotland. Because of the physical demands of the job, the government has agreed a national retirement age for UK police forces of 60.
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