HP- Community Cohesion Constable
HP- CONSTABLE - COMMUNITY COHESION
DEPARTMENT: LOCAL POLICING TEAM
LOCATION: PEARSON PARK
See attachments for Role Requirement and further information.
Overall Purpose of the role is to provide a response to emergency and prompt calls for service in order to prevent or detect offences, preserve life and keep the peace-taking cognisance of the Force aims and ambition. You will undertake high visibility policing, engaging with and being accessible to communities throughout the Force area. Working with partner agencies to resolve community problems, ensuring the right outcome for the victim and the offender.
The post holder will undertake such investigations as required, putting victims first by reducing crime, anti-social behaviour and ensuring that offenders are brought to justice and dealt with in the most appropriate manner. By using informed decision-making, effectively resolve incidents at the earliest opportunity and thereby reducing the risk of reoccurrence.
The successful applicant must have undertaken student officer training. Possess an awareness of a broad range of legal and procedural knowledge, which is operationally relevant. Possesses a comprehensive understanding of relevant criminal law, especially PACE and assumes responsibility for personal learning. Has undergone investigative interview training. Has a knowledge of community structures and the problems affecting the policing of a community.
In addition, For Detective Constables, Officers must have undertaken and passed the National Investigation Exam (NIE) and successfully completed the Initial Crime Investigators Development Programme (ICIPD) including tutoring period. To maintain PIP level 2 qualification by completing a portfolio in relation to investigations, victims and suspects.
Closing date: Thursday 27th September at 23.55.
If you require further information or have any questions, please contact A/Insp Matthew Wilson on Ext. 1044
Closing dates are not normally extended, other than in exceptional circumstances and an agreement is made with the HR Manager - Recruitment and the Line Manager for the role.
Please note, you must have your line manager’s approval to apply for this post. The attached Internal Reference Form will need to be completed, endorsed and attached to your application before submission.
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This opportunity is closed to applications.