Police Oracle Jobs Smithfield, Hanley and Lichfield.
18 Jan, 2020
About the Opportunity The primary purpose of the Forensic Area Manager (FAM) role is to lead on development and delivery of front line Forensics’ service level provision at Forensic Investigation hubs and crime scenes, including both physical and digital service e.g. Forensic Investigation, Imaging and CCTV and Mobile device examinations. Forensic science is used to support the investigation of crime. It can be used to provide evidence to support or refute an allegation, a version of events, and a person’s involvement in an offence. The Forensics Department is committed to providing quality, objective, timely and effective forensic services to inform investigations, identify offenders, safeguard victims and witnesses, and streamline justice through good and early case management. This is achieved by: Designing and delivering effective forensic strategies for each and every case that we are involved in Delivering all forensic examinations using recognised, validated and robust techniques Maintaining qualifications and competence to deliver techniques Maintaining and following documented procedures that reflect best and validated practice Being committed to and complying with the ISO/IEC 17025, 17020 and the Forensic Science Regulator’s Codes of Practice and Conduct The role is based is based in the Forensics Hubs at Lichfield Police Station and Smithfield, Hanley. There is an expectation the post holder would be expected to cover both these sites and countywide. Therefore a full driving license will be required with appropriate business insurance. Further details of the key tasks, responsibilities can be found within the role profile. The post is a Grade H with a starting salary of £37,440 - £43,830 Please submit your CV along with a covering letter.The deadline for submissions is 12.00 Midday on Thursday 6th February 2020. Judith.Simpson@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk