Disruption Coordinators x 3 – 1 Year Fixed Term Contract/Secondment
A number of exciting staff and officer opportunities have arisen within the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) during its formation of the Serious Organised Crime Problem Solving Team.
Led by a Detective Inspector this team will co-ordinate focussed activity against high threat Organised Crime offenders impacting on the South East of England. The team will ensure that forces and other agencies have a strategy against each offender, use the full array of controlling legislative powers, offender management techniques and partnership opportunities.
On inception the team will have three core elements of MARSOC (Multi-Agency Response to Serious Organised Crime), Disruptions Coordination and SCPO (Serious Crime Prevention Order) Coordination and powers advice. The team will specialise in an area, but will work across the disciplines, forming an agile group of specialists for policing and partners across the region. The SCPO element will benefit from an embedded evaluation being conducted on behalf of the Home Office, giving those involved an opportunity to experience their work having an impact on shaping national decisions at a government level.
As a Disruptions Coordinator, you will increase the impact on serious and organised crime in the South East by identifying opportunities for disruptions and maximising their effectiveness. You will work with the South East forces and colleagues within the South East Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) to identify suitable and secure police resources to support operational activity.
You will act as a subject matter expert and hub for best practice in relation to disruptions of serious and organised crime, bringing a focus to organised crime intelligence gathering and disruption at a local policing level through operational teams.
You have excellent communication/interpersonal skills. You must be able to demonstrate experience in one or more of the following areas; Serious/complex crime investigation, providing formal tactical advice for law enforcement operational planning, planning multi-agency operational activity or community intelligence gathering. Ideally experience of working with limited supervision in a policing environment is beneficial. A full UK driving licence is essential to the role.
SEROCU are inclusive and encourage applicants from any discipline to apply. SEROU are looking to build a team to effectively engage with partners, a wide breadth of skill and experience is beneficial. Please do not be discouraged from making contact to discuss the role whether you applying for staff or officer role.
SEROCU are committed to becoming the most diverse team in the South East. We encourage interest and applications from candidates of all backgrounds and particularly welcome applications from female and BAME (black, Asian and minority ethic) candidates to enable us to truly reflect the communities we serve.
Due to the role requirements, it is essential that the post holder be prepared to be security cleared to enhanced level. For roles based Near M4, Junction 12, due to the nature and sensitivities of the work carried out at this site, we require that candidates not only hold this vetting level but that they also undertake additional security clearances which include additional nationality checks. This post is therefore restricted to UK nationals. This is line with government requirements, supported by Cabinet Office policy and Section 82(2) to (4) of the Police Reform Act (2002), and is for the purpose of safeguarding national security, to ensure that any potential vulnerabilities are identified at an early stage.
Please note that if you are applying for a secondment, your application must be supported by your line manager and local/Force HR.
This vacancy is also open as a police officer opportunity (Constable – Disruptions Officer Job Ref: 17541).
Candidates will be asked to specify their location preference in the application form.
For further information please email RecruitmentSE@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk quoting the Job Reference 17534
Applications must be submitted by the closing date of 23:55hrs on Sunday 17 January 2021.
We reserve the right to close this vacancy when we are in receipt of sufficient applications. Should you wish to apply for this post we advise you to complete and submit your application form as soon as possible.
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