Alliance Intelligence Researcher

Posted 6 February by Adecco UK Limited
The principal responsibility of the role is to support policing across the alliance. The Alliance Intelligence researcher is required to obtain and research data / Information to Identify crime trends, patterns and network; provide support to operational policing and a variety of investigation teams; produce or assist in the production of Intelligence packages / products. In order to effectively direct policing activity; work closely with analysts, fellow researchers and other intelligence colleagues to provide resilience and flexibility in a demanding environment and conduct research in response to requests from partner or other Agencies. (I.e. Informs National operations and Strategic Reports).
Main responsibilities:
*To be responsible for the obtaining, research and evaluation of information from all sources obtained for a policing purpose and related to all levels of criminality, including any requirement to support applications under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA)
*Maintain up-to-date knowledge of current Force systems, policies, procedures and legislation related to the collection and use of intelligence data. (e.g. RIPA, ECHR, DPA and MOPI)
*Produce or assist in the production of accurate, concise and valuable Intelligence products for all levels of criminality, including major investigations and serious organised crime.
*To assist in the analysis of criminal networks, communications data and major crime sequence-of-events by using visual investigative analysis tools to graphically represent the results of research and facilitate further analysis.
*To present findings and intelligence products to police and partners, across all NIM policing levels including local priorities, major investigations and serious organised crime.
*To attend court and give evidence in support of prosecutions as required.
*Give presentations on the role and techniques used in research to relevant police officers and staff and other interested parties.

Should you wish to apply, please attach your CV with a covering letter.

Adecco is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Required skills

  • policies
  • Collect and evaluate information; maintain up-to-date knowledge of current Force systems
  • procedures and legislation; to present findings and intelligence products to police and partners; to liaise with researchers
  • analysts and staff;

Application questions

Have you worked for Constabulary before?
Do you have proven ability to collect and evaluate information?
Do you have ability to produce or assist in production of accurate and concise Intelligence product?
Do you have experience of giving presentations on the role and techniques used in research?
Do you have proven ability to produce accurate intelligence packages and reports?

Reference: 34410412

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