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Case Officer – Scale 6 – Counter Terrorism Policing North East

Contract type –       Permanent 

Grade-                       Scale 6                 

Information About The Role

West Yorkshire Police are looking to recruit a CT Case Officer to play a key role in a unique team, supporting the work of Counter Terrorism Policing.

In this role, you will manage Prevent referrals in line with National policy, ensuring case management actions and decisions are recorded. You will attend Channel Panel meetings to provide relevant information and assessments to assist effective decisions and develop case management plans, plus undertake relevant actions from the Panels to reduce risk and safeguard subjects.

You will be required to have the ability to communicate complex and sensitive subject matter to large and diverse groups. In addition, you will have a working knowledge of the current CT strategy, Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015, Channel Programme and Prevent strategy.

The successful candidate will have experience of working with and problem-solving with, external agencies together with a proven ability to work with minimum supervision in situations demanding sensitivity and confidentiality.

Applicants must have a full current UK/European driving licence and be prepared to work flexible hours to suit the CTP requirements which includes being willing to work wherever required within the UK as part of a Regional or National response, plus call-outs as required.

Key Responsibilities:

1.Lead by example and behave in line with the Police Code of Ethics ensuring that the CTP & College of Policing values and behavioural expectations are clearly understood in their decision making and actions;
reinforcing and influencing them through all interactions and processes.
2. Manage Prevent referrals in line with National policy, ensuring case management actions and decisions are
recorded thoroughly, utilising the National Decision Making (NDM) as appropriate.
3. Attend Channel Panel meetings to provide relevant information and assessments necessary to assist panels to make effective risk management decisions and develop robust case management plans.
4. Identify, engage and risk assess the deployment of approved Intervention Providers (IP) through the Channel process. Undertake relevant actions from Channel panels to reduce Prevent relevant risk and safeguard subjects.
5. Identify and refer subjects worthy of Prevent partnership disruption to the local Police-Led Partnership (PLP) panel meeting, as per National policy. Work alongside PLP partners to disrupt and deter ‘police led’ subjects, recording all activity and decisions on relevant Police systems.
6. Support CT Operations and act as a Prevent subject matter expert during periods of Executive Action (EA). Ensure family members, those vulnerable to being drawn into terrorism and affected communities are provided with appropriate support and reassurance in line with the SIO policy.
7. Actively monitor Police systems with a view to identifying Prevent relevant subjects, incidents or intelligence. Ensure that any vulnerable subject or intelligence of interest is flagged and submitted for assessment in line with National policy.
8. Identify, engage and maintain relationships with multi-agency partnerships, institutions and groups within communities. Promote and support the delivery of Prevent at a local, regional and national level. Assist and support the partnership to build community resilience to challenge extremist and terrorist ideology.
9. Where appropriate support partners with targeted training and engagement to improve processes and increase the quantity and quality of referrals into Prevent. Provide timely information, intelligence and briefings to aid the development and delivery of Prevent Champions.
10. Where required provide active support to colleagues across CTPNE during times of significant demand.

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