Crime Incident Management Unit Assessment Officer - HC7490
We are currently recruiting for a Crime Incident Management Unit Assessment Officer, who will be working to provide data and administrative support to the Force, including assisting to identify, assemble, analyse and assess all relevant information, draw clear and sustainable conclusions and be personally responsible for making decisions as regards the accuracy, consistency and integrity of crimes and incidents, will undertake administrative and clerical tasks associated with reported crimes and incidents’, ensuring the RMS database is effectively maintained in respect of data quality and compliance of business and Home Office Counting rules.
The post holder will be required to data quality check relevant records in relation to (nominals, addresses, vehicle entities) and to conduct dip sample audits on occurrences to inform thematic reports created within the Crime Standards Department.
They will also have specialist knowledge of and the ability to apply crime/incidents assessments in compliance with Home Office Counting Rule, National Crime Recording Standards and National Standard of Incident Recording, and in accordance with Force Policies and Procedures and Police National Legal Database.
Other duties will include: subsequent data quality checking processes of incidents and crimes. ensuring compliance with business rules and ethical and accurate application of outcomes, to undertake general office duties including faxing, photocopying, filing and production of standard letters and reports, to be aware of Force Policies on Equal Opportunities, Health and Safety and Data Protection and to comply with the legislation and standards of ‘good practice’.
You will need to accurately input onto the in-house database (RMS) a range of police reports in order to create a record on the database i.e. occurrence reports and have the ability to research other databases and give regular and effective service.
Scale 5 only
Additional duties will include carrying out Performance reviews on individuals to assess current and future development and recognise personal achievements and deputise for the CIMU Manager demonstrating all the principle accountabilities outlined in the job description.
QCF Level 2 (3-5 passes including English and Maths) OR work experience deemed to have brought the postholder to a comparable level.
To be computer literate and a competent keyboard user
To have used and maintained complex record keeping systems.
Competencies and Personal Qualities
We are Emotionally Aware Level 1
We Take Ownership Level 1
We Deliver, Support and Inspire Level 1
We Analyse Critically Level 1
Contact details for an informal discussion
Please contact the Police Recruitment Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01962 846438