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CT Nominal Management – West – Detective Constable – Counter Terrorism Policing SE

Contract type – Full Time

Rank – Detective Constable


Information About The Role

We welcome applications from DCs for a vacancy that has arisen within our Nominal Management team as CT Nominal Management Manager (CTNM).

This team has arisen through Project Semper, which has set out to deliver a number of changes to the ways that the CT Policing network and its partners approach Nominal Management. Moving away from being an activity that is carried out in different ways across the network, towards being a capability that is subject to a singular governance structure and delivers enhanced outcomes by adopting consistent ways of working.

In this role, you would be responsible for day-to-day overt active management of identified nominal within the region, in partnership with others.  This means that you will ensure inter-departmental liaison and the management of tasking.  You will also be responsible for ensuring the efficient use of resources, in order to provide an effective service regional, and (where applicable) nationally.

To be successful in this role you will either be PIP 2 accredited or you will have a comprehensive police intelligence and / or investigative background.  You will also need to have some experience of managing sensitive and confidential information, with experience of managing risk. We also seek someone with excellent communication skills, who can work in partnership to creatively problem solve.

Please note that this role is part of a national, regional and local network and as a result you may be required to travel for business purposes mainly across the south east region and occasionally throughout the UK. Therefore, the successful candidate will require a full UK driving licence.

Due to the nature of our work, security is of paramount importance to us and therefore it will be necessary for the successful candidate to obtain and maintain vetting level DV.  In order to achieve this, you must be a British National and have resided in the UK for the past ten years Exemptions may apply for overseas or other diplomatic service (with HM Government), and studying abroad.


  • Lead by example and behave in line with the Police Code of
    Ethics ensuring that the force values and behavioural
    expectations are clearly understood and considered by
    managers, officers and staff in their decision making and actions;
    reinforcing and influencing them through all interactions and
  • To co-ordinate and liaise with CTPHQ Nominal Management
    team, CT departments, local police forces/districts, UKIC and
    partner agencies to identify, assess and manage nominal
    causing harm to communities. Developing risk management
    plans in line with CTNM core principles.
  • Establish and maintain accurate records in relation to Nominal
    Case Management using appropriate threat and risk assessment
    tools and systems to inform a bespoke Risk Management Plan.
    To ensure that all relevant information is recorded in line with
    MOPI other related guidance and Force Procedures.
  • Have a full understanding and working knowledge of all CTP
    Nominal Management cohorts and to administrate the mapping
    of civil orders and reoffending pathway provision.
  • When necessary develop intelligence using overt and covert
    methods in order to progress civil orders or build an evidential
    case. Liaise with CPS to present the case effectively at court,
    ensuring compliance with legislation and best practice.
  • To conduct and complete home visits to nominals in order to
    develop a relationship, obtain intelligence and ensure
    compliance to support case management planning for those
    individuals. Any officer safety implications are to be dynamically
    risk assessed for individual cases.
  • To conduct prison visits and work with probation to agree
    appropriate licence conditions.
  • To produce and maintain risk management plans in sanitised or
    un-sanitised form and disseminate them to persons /
    departments with responsibility for management of those
  • To enhance and develop collaborative statutory (eg HMPPS,
    HMCS) and Non Statutory partnerships both internal and
    external to the organisation, ensuring that there is timely access
    to information and resources which will contribute to the
    management of identified nominals.
  • To be fully conversant with the relevant IT systems including
    Case Management Systems (e.g NCIA, VISOR) and be able to
    interrogate and update them accordingly. To obtain information
    from external sources (open source) to provide up to date,
    relevant intelligence to facilitate the management of CT
    nominals, ensuring compliance with will current legislation and
    best practice. To ensure necessary markers and trip wires are
    added and monitored on relevant systems e.g PNC, PCS, local
    intelligence systems etc.
  • Attend case conferences and meetings with colleagues, partners
    and other professionals to progress investigations and ensure
    information is appropriately shared and agreed interventions
    delivered to appropriate quality and timeliness.

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