Missing Persons Co-ordinator
This role is working within the public sector as a 'Missing Person's Co-ordinator'. It is a temporary contact, with potential of being extended. The pay is £11.78 PAYE and £14.33 Umbrella.
Key Responsibilities :
The role involves managing missing persons cases to ensure the information provided to operational police officers is timely, in live time and escalate incidents as appropriate. You'll be required to undertake office based enquiries and maintain a consistent approach to all missing person investigations.
Key roles :
- Undertake office based active investigations, including, enquiries into banking, Facebook, Dept. of Works and Pensions Checks (DWP) and record results on MPDB/NICHE.
- Attend and administrate the Missing Children's Panel and to make daily referrals of missing children to Childrens Social Care.
- Identify and highlight repeat missing episodes, patterns and trends to LPA and Missing Childrens panels and liaise with the supervisor where visits to children's homes are required.
- Prompt and liaise with supervisory officers to ensure reviews are conducted at appropriate times. Liaise with the LPA duty supervisors to identify issues with particular cases and agree further actions to be undertaken.
- Inform and update the National Missing Person Bureau and helpline of all the missing person cases more than 14 days old. Initiate closure of the missing person cases that do not meet ACPO guidelines.
Key Requirements :
- Good standard of education.
- IT literate with an excellent knowledge of Microsoft packagaes.
- Proven organisational skills, with the ability to prioritise conflicting demand/cases.
- Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
- Proven ability to acquire a basic understanding of the law and Force / LPA policy and procedures.
- Recent risk analysis experience with experience of providing a problem solving approach to missing person's cases.
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