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Police Staff Investigator

Job Description

Position: Police Staff Investigator (Designated Powers)
Salary: Band D, point 1 (£34,448)
London Weighting: £1,841
Additional Living Allowance: £1,000
Type of Contract: Fixed Term
Contract Duration: 24 Months
Part/Full Time: Full Time (36 hours per week)
Service Care Solutions is recruiting for the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) for a Fixed Term Contract position of Police Staff Investigator (Designated Powers). This role will support BCU detectives investigating offences within the Public Protection portfolio, including serious and complex cases of rape, serious sexual assault, child abuse, and domestic abuse.
BCU Locations:

  • AS Brixton Police Station, SW9 7DD
  • AW Charing Cross Police Station, WC2N 4JP
  • CE Bethnal Green Police Station, E2 9NZ
  • CN Holborn Police Station, WC1N 3NR
  • EA Romford Police Station, RM1 3BJ
  • NA Edmonton Police Station, N9 0PW
  • NE Leyton Police Station, E11 1FE
  • NW Colindale Police Station, NW9 5TW
  • SE Bexleyheath Police Station, DA7 4QS
  • SN Bromley Police Station BR1 1ER & Windmill Road Custody Suite, CR0 2XP
  • SW Eagle House, Kingston, KT1 1HH
  • WA Acton Police Station, W3 9BH

Role Purpose:
The Police Staff Investigator will play a crucial role in progressing established criminal investigations, including gathering evidence, interviewing victims and witnesses, preparing court documents, and collaborating with partner agencies.
Key Responsibilities:

  • Conducting interviews and gathering evidence from victims, witnesses, and suspects.
  • Ensuring vulnerable individuals receive appropriate support throughout the investigation process.
  • Collaborating with partner agencies such as social services and healthcare.
  • Compiling and presenting evidence for court proceedings.
  • Undertaking further enquiries as directed by the Supervising Officer.
  • Utilising internal IT systems to maintain investigation records.


  • PIP2 accreditation is essential.
  • Recent experience in Safe Guarding and Public Protection.
  • Knowledge of criminal law and police procedures.
  • Intermediate IT skills, including Microsoft Office.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

Application Process: To apply, please submit your CV and relevant police investigation experience to or call 01772 208962.