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Police Staff Investigator (North-West)

  • Job reference: MC/516
  • Location: Merseyside
  • Job type: Temporary
  • Area of Expertise: Police
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Job description: Service Care Solutions are looking for a Police Staff Investigator to work on a major contract which has become available with the local Police Service in the North-West area.

The main purpose of this role is To investigate Level Two criminality into Serious and Organised Crime on behalf of the North West Region, therefore reducing the risk from those causing the most serious harm to the communities severed by the North West Region.

Main duties:
(a) To perform the role of case builder, preparing complex MG files and schedules in support of level 2 and 3 Investigations. Conduct the duties of Officer in the case, telecommunications officer, exhibits officer and disclosure as and when necessary and to review records and documentation obtained during the course of such investigations to ensure legal and procedural compliance and to identify further investigative opportunities.

(b) Have individual responsibility for allocated crimes and actions, multi task in different roles across a number of serious and complex investigations and manage workload without supervision identifying urgent matters in order to ensure that they are dealt with expeditiously and / or brought to the attention of the Detective Inspector through the appropriate line management.

(c) Completion of files and associated paperwork in respect of prosecutions.
Where directed by the Detective Inspector act as the case officer in complex and serious crime investigations submitting time bound full and complete files of evidence to national standards for review by the Crown Prosecution Service and attend judicial proceedings to give evidence if required.

(d) Support Operational activity when suspects are arrested, including the seizure and handling of exhibits to evidential standards, interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects, taking statements and other follow up enquiries. Support witness management including contacting and interviewing witnesses and supporting witnesses throughout the criminal
justice process.

(e) To effectively manage, recording and investigate of all Hate Crime. To provide specialist advice and support for all hate crime enquiries and investigations and work with partner agencies to develop strategies to prevent and reduce repeat offences and repeat victims.

(f) Support the warrants process including preparing paperwork in relation to obtaining search warrants from the courts in conjunction with police officers, execute search warrants and undertake searches.

Essential Criteria:
Applicants are advised that minimum training will be provided, so the below is of critical importance.
Applicants must be experienced in, and have knowledge of:
 File management
 Proven and well evidenced experience in an investigative role and is able to
understand the complexities and sensitivities of crime investigation.
 Liaising with CPS, legal representatives and other agencies involved in crime
 Experience in the roles of disclosure, exhibits, and telecommunications and outside
enquiries on live investigations.
 PEACE trained
 Knowledge of major incident room procedures

University qualifications will not be taken into account for this position.

If you are interested, please ring Martin Cookson on 01772 208962