Police Oracle Jobs West Yorkshire
11 Jan, 2020
RSR Police is a market leading recruitment business dedicated to supplying experienced practitioners on a temporary, contractual or permanent basis to the Law Enforcement talent markets. RSR Police are currently recruiting for Advanced Investigative Officers to work on a temporary contract based in Calderdale and Kirklees, West Yorkshire. Based in the Safeguarding Unit, Advanced Investigation Officers will be required to undertake enquiries and provide support in relation to serious and major crime investigations. The successful applicants will have relevant, proven experience conducting investigations and up to date knowledge of law in relation to investigation of crime, RIPA, CPIA and PACE. Main duties and responsibilities Conduct interviews with suspects, witnesses and victims using PEACE/PACE interview methods and provide accurate written statements for court proceedings. To perform the role of exhibits officer as required, ensuring integrity, safe storage and recording of all exhibits relating to investigation utilising the appropriate system. To act as a victim and witness liaison officer providing support to victims and assisting to obtain forensic samples in a form suitable for court proceedings. Initial Investigation; to conduct a primary investigation as required and to act as the Investigative Officer in the allocated case. Secondary Investigation; to undertake directed enquiries as generated in accordance with senior investigation officer’s policy, including the management, retrieval and analysis of CCTV, electronic data and digital evidence. To prepare aspects of prosecution case files, including any Disclosure elements, in relation to serious crimes as directed utilising documentary control systems and obtain any outstanding evidence as required in order to assist in the initial preparation of a full file to the satisfaction of the prosecuting council. To undertake evidential enquiries as directed, or refer to a supervisor with responsibility for the case and reply to those enquiries within agreed time-scales. Attend meetings, such as case conferences, strategy meetings, legal planning meetings, court attendance and multi-agency panels, with partners and other professionals to progress investigations and ensure information is appropriately shared in order for partners to understand the Force’s position and to enable them to ensure vulnerable victims are better protected. Skills required Relevant proven experience of working using a structured and methodical approach to solving problems and/or investigating issues through the gathering of information and making decisions and conclusions based on the information available. Demonstrates integrity and resilience in tackling complex issues and problem solving. Ability and willingness to successfully complete any National Accreditation, qualification or training relevant to current posting – i.e. Skills for Justice, ILEX (PSD) Demonstrates an up to date knowledge of law in relation to investigation of crime and/or problem solving, e.g; RIPA, ECHR, CPIA and PACE. Demonstrates an ability to use IT systems utilised for intelligence purposes. If you would like to be considered for this vacancy and have the relevant qualification and experience, then please email your CV to email@example.com Alternatively, if this role is not for you but you do know somebody who would be interested please refer them. We have a referral bonus scheme and will reward you, with retail vouchers of your choice, for referrals who are not already known to us. Due to the high volume of applications received, if you do not hear from us within 7 working days, I am afraid your application has been unsuccessful. RSR Police is member of the Red Snapper Group. The Red Snapper Group acts as an employment agency (permanent) and as an employment business (temporary) - a free and confidential service to candidates. The Red Snapper Recruitment Group is an equal opportunities employer.