Contract type – Full Time
Grade/Band/Scale/Rank – Grade G
Information About The Role
Counter Terrorism Policing – East Midlands (CTP-EM) are looking for a dynamic and high performing Detective Staff Investigator on a 12-month fixed-term contract, to conduct serious and complex investigations, interview victims, witnesses and suspects in relation to serious and complex investigations.
We work as part of the national Counter Terrorism Policing network to keep people safe by preventing, deterring and investigating terrorist and extremist activity. We work collaboratively with a range of partners to reduce the threat and fear of terrorism and wider national security threats and deliver our objectives across the 4 pillars of HM Governments CONTEST strategy – PURSUE, PREVENT, PROTECT & PREPARE.
What you’ll be doing:
- Develop and maintain investigative strategies identifying and prioritising lines of enquiry to maximise the gathering of material.
- Pursue identified lines of enquiry fairly, without bias and, when relevant, take appropriate steps to identify any suspects.
- Ensure that victims, witnesses and families are kept informed of the progress of the investigation and provided with any necessary support and protection.
The must haves:
- Must be PIP2 accredited.
- Proven experience investigating complex and difficult investigations.
- Ability to scrutinise and analyse often complex and conflicting data to present accurate information.
- Due to the nature of the role, applicants must be willing to work flexibly and have duties changes at short notice to meet operational needs.
What’s in it for you?
At Derbyshire Constabulary, we aim to create an environment that puts people first. We want you to feel supported in everything you do, so you can give your very best. What’s more, we have a range of reward and benefits that if you join us you could enjoy.
For part time hours the salary will be calculated on a pro-rata basis, this is based on the number of hours for the vacancy.
This post requires regular access to sensitive material and applicants must hold or be prepared to undergo enhanced security clearance before taking up the post.
The material may be of sensitivity to the UK and may therefore be restricted to UK nationals. In approved circumstances, dual nationals (of which one element is British) may be granted access.
However, if potential conflicts of interest cannot be managed, the post holder will not be permitted access the systems or material required for the role and will not therefore be able to perform their duties.
For the purposes of safeguarding national security, applicants who do not hold or achieve the required levels of security clearance requirements cannot be offered the post.
This role will also be subject to MV and SC Vetting. Please refer to the job description for full role requirements.
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