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Data Reviewer

Job Description

Are you passionate about enhancing road safety through meticulous data management? Vision Zero South West is seeking a proactive and detail-oriented individual to join Devon and Cornwall Police as a Data Quality Reviewer. This role plays a crucial part in ensuring the accuracy and completeness of collision data utilised by force and partner agencies.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Conduct real-time assessments of road traffic collision reports to evaluate data quality and completeness.
  • Research and gather relevant collision data from both paper and digital records, recording key information in the CRASH database.
  • Conduct timely telephone inquiries with the public involved in road traffic incidents to determine the extent of injuries, referring cases as needed.
  • Maintain and update CRASH records to align with set criteria and data sets, supporting partner agency data analysis and national reporting requirements.
  • Respond to taskings and joint agency activities directed by the Force and VZSW line management, including data reconciliation and reporting.
  • Build and nurture effective working relationships with investigating officers, Evidence Review Officers, Coroner's Officers, Highways England, Department for Transport, Local Authority, and Vision Zero South West colleagues.
  • Attend and contribute to local and national meetings, sharing insights for service and system improvements.
  • Manage workflow, including inquiries and reports to key partners within reporting periods.

Essential Capabilities & Experience:

  • Proactive and enquiring approach to role-related activities.
  • Experience with database use and management, including data input, research, extraction, reporting, and presentation (Microsoft Office proficiency).
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, with an ability to engage with individuals empathetically and present information clearly.

If you are ready to make a meaningful impact on road safety and possess the required skills and values, we encourage you to apply. To express your interest or for further information, please contact Lewis Ashcroft at