Crime Intelligence Researcher
Nuneaton (Opportunity to work in Leek Wootton, Warwickshire)
The closing date for this post is 12 noon on 5th December 2019
Those currently eligible on the redeployment register will be given prior consideration.
Interviews to be confirmed
The main purpose of the role is to carry out methodical and structured research in support of analysis and operational policing.
To provide research capability within territorial and specialist intelligence functions.
To ensure that the research supports operational needs with an approach that is structured and methodical.
To support strategies to facilitate the achievement of crime and disorder reduction objectives. To ensure intelligence is obtained ethically and in accordance with the relevant legislation, policy, protocols and codes of practice.
To maintain and support ongoing or long-term analytical products with timely, accurate and reliable research of joint systems and other systems (Inc. open source).
To support analytical or investigative functions in respect of serious or complex investigations.
To identify and account for issues surrounding data quality.
To be an integral part of delivering the force contribution to relevant national referral schemes through maintaining and administering the workflow’. This for example covers returns for NCA Serious Crime Analysis Section (SCAS), Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) and Hydrant.
To undertake other duties commensurate with the nature, level of responsibility and grading of this post, as required.
5 A-C grade GCSEs (or equivalent) including Maths and English.
An understanding of analytical processes and techniques and the theoretical principles underpinning crime intelligence analysis.
Previous experience carrying out applied research.
Experience in handling quantitative and qualitative data.
Proven advanced IT skills, particularly using Windows-based packages, including advanced MS Excel.
The proven ability to combine information from multiple sources / systems, maintain databases or similar systems and summarise information.
Good communication skills (including written formats).
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Occasional weekend and out of hours working
We want our organisation to be as diverse as the community it serves. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community.
You will be required as part of Warwickshire Police recruitment process to successfully complete vetting and credit checks.
We support the “Happy to talk flexible working” campaign, which aims to encourage uptake of flexible working for individuals, the flexible working options that may be considered for this role include; Fixed Shifts