CTPNW/ Regional Control and Coordination Officer/ Grade D + 30.17% EA /OCC Speke
Operational Command Centre, Speke (OCC)

Job reference: 006190

Closing date: 18/12/2020

Job start date: Not specified

Salary: Grade D £23,817 to £26,016

Employment type: Permanent - Full Time

Department: (CTPNW) Counter Terrorist Policing North West

Hours per week: 36.5

Working Days: -


Regional Control and Coordination Officer

Grade D (£23,817 - £26,016) + 30.17%

OCC Speke



Closing Date: Friday 18th December 2020

This is being advertised internally and externally


To support the delivery of national and regional counter terrorism (CT) policing objectives across the North West Ports, through the effective and efficient tasking and co-ordination of frontline Counter Terrorism Border Policing (CTBP) resources.


Key Responsibilities:


Act as the primary point of contact for the furtherance of ports based tasking’s throughout the region.


Prepare and manage operational tasking’s, briefings and management reports, to ensure the effective and efficient coordination of resources, in line with current threat / harm / risk, taking cognisance of national and regional CT ports priorities.


Provide ‘live-time’ research support to frontline ports officers, to support their operational decision making, in respect of examinations and deployments


Manage all material received by the control desk (CD), in line with the national standards of intelligence management (NSIM) and national policy and procedure (NPP).


Capture and prepare accurate reports, detailing management information and key performance indicators.


Undertake all responsibilities relating to information management, data quality, information sharing, intelligence and information security, in accordance with the Authorised Police Practice (APP) on the Management of Police Information (MOPI) in order to achieve compliance with the statutory code of practice.


Knowledge and Experience:

To be fully conversant with the National Intelligence Model (NIM) and National Standard of Intelligence Management (NSIM). This includes knowledge of the intelligence grading system including intelligence handling restrictions and Government Protective Marking Scheme (GPMS).

To have a high level of IT skills and computer literacy, including a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite applications

Have an attention to detail, using a holistic approach, with the ability to handle large volumes of information / intelligence.

The post-holder must have the ability to work well under pressure during periods of peak demand and be able to prioritise and organise their workload to meet National and Regional Counter Terrorism priorities.

Post-holder should exhibit an understanding of the CT / DE business areas and current priorities (local, regional and national), in order to contextualise intelligence / information received, to inform tasking requirements. Knowledge of Terrorism legislation particularly, in relation to Section 53 - Port & Border Controls, is desirable.

To understand (NSIM) and intelligence collection plan (ICP) processes and their significance to the development and management of intelligence. Furthermore, the post-holder should understand what is meant, within the context of policing, by the terms ‘Threat’, ‘Risk’ and ‘Safeguarding’ the difference between each of them.



In return for your commitment, you will receive:

  • Competitive salary
  • 32 days holiday including bank holidays (pro rata) – increasing with length of service
  • Local Government Pension Scheme
  • Family friendly policies
  • Continuous professional development
  • Parking on-site


This Role requires Enhanced Vetting, this will need to be passed before the role can be offered.


Please base your evidence on the knowledge and experience on the attached Job Description Questionnaire utilising the competencies contained within the Competency Value Framework

Please click here to view the Competencies Values Framework

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.

Positive Action

Merseyside Police are proud to use Positive Action to redress the balance of under representation our team will offer advice, guidance and support throughout the recruitment process to candidates from under-represented groups.  For more information please refer to our Positive Action page https://www.merseyside.police.uk/police-forces/merseyside-police/areas/careers/join-us/positive-action-recruitment-team/


The closing date for this job has now passed.