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Police Staff Investigator - job post

RSR Public Safety
Preston
£17.58 an hour - Full-time, Temporary contract
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Pay

  • £17.58 an hour

Job type

  • Full-time
  • Temporary contract

Location

Preston

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Full job description

RSR is a public safety & enterprise security recruitment specialist. We assist public safety employers find the right talent. We assist all employers when they want to source public safety and enterprise security skills and experience.

We are currently recruiting for former Police Officers to work as Police Staff Investigators on a full-time long-term contract with a Police Force based across Lancashire,

The role is located in Preston, and will pay £17.58p per hour (PAYE).

Please be advised, candidates must be PIP2 accredited, and have a background of working within Serious & Complex crime in order to be considered.

Role Profile

To manage and participate in a wide range of evidence-gathering and crime-investigation duties for Serious and Complex crime and to ensure that any evidence obtained is recorded, secured and preserved in a timely and appropriate manner. To interview suspects and provide support and assistance to other investigations as required by supervision.

Prepare and submit initial court files to the Crown Prosecution Service ensuring that they meet the standards specified in the Manual of Guidance. Prepare file upgrade for trails in line with the timescales in Better Case Management.


Responsibilities


  • To provide an investigative response to incidents and received intelligence
  • To secure, preserve and gather evidence within Investigations in order to prove or disprove information and establish facts.
  • To conduct serious and complex criminal investigations, plan and manage own workload, and retain responsibility as the officer-in-case.
  • To provide support to victims and witnesses and assess their need for further support throughout the criminal justice process.
  • To interview victims and witnesses and obtain statements in relation to serious and complex investigations.
  • To interview suspects in relation to serious and complex criminal investigations.
  • To use internal IT systems to research and maintain records regarding individuals and investigations.
  • To complete comprehensive investigation reports and case files.
  • To present evidence to CPS.
  • To be flexible in providing cover within the normal place of work and across the county.
  • To support, where required, the investigation of priority and volume crime.


Knowledge and Experience


PIP level 2 trained and accredited or willing to complete the PIP2 programme within 12 months of attending the course

Experience of conducting successful Volume and Priority Crime investigations, both pro active and re active.

Experience of investigating crime.

Experience of gathering critical evidence by interviewing victims, significant witnesses and suspects.

Experience and knowledge of the Criminal Justice System relating to the PACE Act, including searching premises, handling exhibits, interviewing suspects, and CPIA 1996, relating to disclosure

Experience of maintaining & interrogating computerised systems and manual filing systems

Experience of dealing with members of the public

Experience of communicating at all levels with a wide range of audiences.

Experience of working effectively and efficiently as part of a team, and working with minimal supervision

Experience of working on own initiative, investigating problems, developing solutions and taking appropriate timely action to resolve them

Experience of dealing with difficult situations or conflict

If you would like to be considered for this position and have the relevant experience, then please send your CV to martin.cookson@rsg.ltd

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, if you do not hear from us within 7 working days, your application has been unsuccessful.

If this role is not for you but you do know somebody who would be interested, please feel free to refer them to us! We have a “Refer A Friend” bonus scheme and we will reward you retail vouchers for any referrals who are not already known to us and are successfully placed!

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The Red Snapper Recruitment Group is an equal opportunities employer.

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