Police Staff Investigator – Hate Crime Co-Ordinator
Full Time – 36.5 hours
Closing Date: Friday 18th October 2019
Undertake the investigation of serious and complex crime in accordance with the Investigation Allocation Model supporting Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Investigations in order to increase public satisfaction and reduce the fear of crime.
The role will require the post holder to coordinate the Force response to hate crime incidents and investigations. It will also require multi agency and partnership working supporting Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 Investigations, including the reviewing of records and documentation obtained during the course of such investigations to ensure legal and procedural compliance whilst identifying further investigative opportunities.
It is essential that the post holder has extensive experience in the following in order to investigate and review cases and to quality assure processes:-
Proven inter-personal and communication skills, both oral and written.
Ability to write and produce comprehensive letters and reports to a high standard.
Ability to plan and organise, manage priorities, balancing their workload and work to deadlines monitoring delivery to ensure required standard is met.
The post holder must be willing and able to undertake relevant courses to enable them to conduct criminal investigations together with the ability to interview witnesses and victims and interview suspects. They must have or be able to work towards gaining a sound and accurate working knowledge of legislation and procedures relevant to the documenting, handling and storage of exhibits, the responsibilities and procedures in respect of disclosure.
Ability to work in a small team with minimum supervision.
Please base your evidence on the knowledge and experience on the attached Job Description Questionnaire
Equality Act 2010
Any candidate who has a disability as defined by the Equality Act 2010, is required to inform us, in order to ensure that ‘reasonable adjustments’ can be made. Our policy, at the stage of interview, is that we will ask all candidates whether we need to make any ‘reasonable adjustments’ in accordance with the Equality Act 2010. Under the Equality Act, a disabled person is someone with a physical or mental impairment, which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out day-to-day activities.
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