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Borders – Police Officer – Counter Terrorism Policing SE

Contract Type – Full Time

Rank – Police Constable

Information about the role

We are advertising opportunities for substantive Police and Detective Constables to join Counter Terrorism Policing Borders (CTPB) as part of the front line in protecting national security from the threats posed by Terrorism and Serious & Organised Crime.

CTPB is recruiting for a number of vacancies, as well as into a pool to address anticipated vacancies for the next 12 months. Successful candidates will be held in this pool for up to 12 months from the date of successfully passing the interview board.

Officers are tasked to manage the known and unknown threats posed by individuals and groups seeking to travel across borders in furtherance of terrorism and serious organised crime. The role is intrinsic to the UK Counter Terrorism Strategy and supporting the British Intelligence Services in mitigating the threat to UK interests at home and abroad.

Responsibilities

As part of the Borders Policing Team you will:

  • Undertake examination of persons using Schedule 7 Terrorism Act 2000.
  • Undertake examinations of person using Schedule 3 Counter Terrorism and Border Security Act 2019.
  • Gather quality intelligence in relation to terrorism, extremism and serious and organised crime.
  • Disseminate intelligence to partner agencies to enable the process of further investigation.
  • Detect and seize cash from persons involved or suspected to be involved in terrorism or criminal activity
  • Undertake tasking relating to priority CT investigations under the direction of a CT SIO.
  • Respond to alerts generated by the National Border Targeting Centre (NBTC) and PNC Markers.
  • Support to CT safeguarding issues, child abduction and family court matters.
  • Establish close working relationships with key partner agencies both in the UK and overseas.
  • Proactively police the UK border in partnership with UK Border Force, NCA and local Police.
  • Act as part of the initial response to any terrorism related incidents that take place at the Border.
  • Occasionally deploy in support of colleagues who work in other CTPSE departments.

How to apply

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