The post will be based in Ecclesfield, however candidates will for a temporary period of approximately 18 months be based and working on a day to day basis in the Stovewood Major Incident Room, Sheffield
About the job
Role Title & Reference Number: Officer, Investigations, Operation Stovewood-HP1637303LW (Multiple posts available)
Location: The post will be based in Ecclesfield, however candidates will for a temporary period of approximately 18 months be based and working on a day to day basis in the Stovewood Major Incident Room, Sheffield
Would you like the opportunity to contribute to the fight against serious and organised crime?
Operation STOVEWOOD is the largest ever investigation into non-recent child sexual exploitation (CSE) undertaken by law enforcement. The complexity of the investigation is also unparalleled. Victims and survivors have been exploited or abused by many individuals, in locations across the UK over a number of years. The majority of suspects have offended against more than one victim and many have been involved in organised trafficking. This investigation provides a unique opportunity for you to bring your skills and experience in support of such a high profile, serious and complex investigation. The Operation is set up in line with the Major Incident Room Standard Administrative Procedures (MIRSAP) and uses the HOLMES data system as well as NCA intelligence databases.
Main responsibilities include:
Participate in operations and investigations to build knowledge to support the objectives of the investigation; Provide advice on legislation, policy, research and tactical options to assist in the planning and implementation of investigations, operations and prevention initiatives; Conduct initial assessments to evaluate the abilities and needs of victims/witnesses; Ensure the quality, secure handling and dissemination of intelligence; Carry out effective case management responsibilities, and create, maintain and update records as required; Promote professional standards; Build good working relationships with both internal and external partners; Comply with health and safety legislation including highlighting and reporting risks and issues as identified.
Salary: The salary for this position is £30,626. Where existing Civil Servants apply on transfer to the NCA at the equivalent grade, pay principles on Civil Service transfers will apply. All other salary offers will be made within the advertised.
This role is open to External candidates & Civil Servants on lateral & promotion basis.
About the NCA
Serious and organised crime is one of the gravest threats to the UK's national security. The National Crime Agency sits at the heart of the law enforcement response, protecting the public by disrupting and bringing to justice those serious and organised criminals who pose the highest risk to the UK.
We identify and disrupt serious and organised crime by investigating and securing the prosecution of those responsible. We also lead, support and coordinate work across law enforcement, locally, regionally and nationally to reduce the impact of serious and organised crime on the UK’s communities and deter people from becoming involved in such activity.
NCA officers work at the forefront of law enforcement, building the best possible intelligence picture of all serious and organised crime threats; relentlessly pursuing the most serious and dangerous offenders; and developing and delivering specialist capabilities on behalf of law enforcement and other partners.
There's no such thing as a typical NCA officer. We come from different backgrounds and cultures, speak many language and have diverse skills and experiences. What we have in common is dedication and a commitment to protecting the public from serious and organised crime.
Are you ready to join the team?
-PIP2 (or equivalent)
We'll assess you against these competencies during the selection process:
- Behaviour 1. Communication
- Behaviour 2. Teamwork & Partnership
- Behaviour 3. Problem Solving
- Behaviour 4. Personal Accountability
- Behaviour 5. Negotiating & Influencing
- Technical criteria 1. Good understanding of relevant legislation (UK and international law) affecting Agency activity, in particular the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 including the codes of practice ‘C’ and Section 16 and Section 17 of the Youth Justice & Criminal Evidence Act 1999.
- Technical criteria 2. Proven experience of investigating major crime.
- Technical criteria 3. Risk management.
Things you need to know
Successful candidates must meet the security requirements before they can be appointed. The level of security needed is security check
Candidates in their probationary period are not eligible to apply for vacancies within this department.
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Contact point for applicants
For recruitment process queries - Laura Walden 0870 496 8218
Sift/interview dates and location
To be confirmed
Please carefully read all the information on this advert and the attached documents.
Candidates must complete the attached two forms to be considered for this vacancy:
• External Application Form
• Equality & Diversity Form
Please return both documents to firstname.lastname@example.org mailbox no later than 12.00hrs Midday on 22/01/2018
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To be considered, you will need to successfully complete SC clearance before commencing the role and for specified roles DV clearance within the first 12 months as part of your probation period.
You will also be required to undertake a mandatory pre-employment substance misuse test and achieve a satisfactory result.
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