Service Care Solutions are looking for a Intelligence Support Officer to work within the Devon and Cornwall Police on an initial 3-month contract.
To support Devon and Cornwall intelligence function. Quality assuring, processing, and disseminating intelligence, producing concise, current, and comprehensive briefing items, maintaining clear lines of communication with other Law Enforcement Agencies and Partners, and providing support to enable effective delivery of the National Intelligence Model in driving the performance of the Force.
- Quality assesses and evaluates Intelligence for publication, and dissemination in line with the guidance set out in the Management of Police Information (MOPI) ensuring compliance with the legal framework and meets a policing purpose that is compliant with the Human Rights act and data protection principles.
- Ensure the correct Intelligence / Source evaluations and handling codes are applied and Risk assessments are included where applicable.
- Undertake initial research to add value to the intelligence product and mitigate risk.
- Ensure local and PNC warnings / markers are added and maintained as appropriate.
- Act as SPOC for specialist systems and databases. (e.g., DVLA, UKBF).
- Undertakes local/national systems research and produces Intelligence products and Risk assessments when required.
- Manages the dissemination of intelligence to other Police Forces, Law enforcement agencies and partner agencies in line with national standards.
- Conduct international enquiries on behalf of Interpol, SOCA, UKBF, CPS and FCO) - Including the co-ordination of European Arrest Warrants (EAW) and extradition proceedings.
- Acts as SPOC to makes and receive requests and enquiries to / from all Police forces and partner agencies. (e.g., passport agency, DVLA, DWP, local government, utility suppliers, prison intelligence / recall, ONF's).
- Provide support to Intelligence cells for Major enquiries / crimes in action.
- Maintaining the briefing system to ensure up to date and accurate.
- Attend and participate in NIM meetings as required.
- Assist in the management of intelligence related processes and procedures. (i.e., management plans, child centred plans).
- Demonstrable ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships across different organisations and/or teams, removing unnecessary barriers to services delivery.
- A good standard of computer literacy and IT skills, including the use of Microsoft Office software and IT systems.
- Good verbal and written communication skills to obtain and clearly present information to a wide range of audiences.
- The ability to effectively plan and prioritise own workload in a methodical manner often with minimal supervision within a dynamic environment.
- Proven experience of researching and evaluating material accurately.
- Self-motivated with the ability to act on own initiative to address issues and demonstrates good problem-solving skills.
If you are interested in this role or want further discussion, please contact Lewis O'Donnell either via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01772208962. Alternatively, if you have any friend or colleagues that might be interested, please feel free to refer them as we a have a £250 referral scheme in place.