*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.
- 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;
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