This is a temporary role initially for 6 months. Hourly pay rate of £12.37 Hours of work Mon - Fri. 08am til 4pm.
In line with the Force Delivery Plan identify Threat Risk and Harm impacting or likely to impact on the welfare and quality of life to the residents and visitors to the Thames Valley Police area. Analyse, evaluate, develop and disseminate intelligence relating to instances of disorder, crime and suspects or offenders.
Essential skills and experience:
Good standard of education including excellent numeracy and literacy skills, or have substantial role related experience.
Demonstrate exemplary interpersonal communication skills.
Demonstrate high level of computer literacy and experience of using Microsoft Office applications.
Proven research skills – ability to problem solve.
Self motivated and able to use own initiative. Ability to work alone or as a team.
Proven ability to work under pressure and prioritise workloads. Provide accurate work within set deadlines.
Recent experience of recognising sensitive information and maintain discretion and confidentiality. Ability to work in a secure and confidential environment.
Ability to travel freely around the Force area to attend meetings, etc.
Knowledge of police systems and policing; current legislation, policies and
procedures (e.g. Data Protection Act, Human Rights Act).
Experience of working in an intelligence/information field. Knowledge of the National Intelligence Model (NIM) and ACPO Guidance on the Management of Police Information
Interrogate, retrieve and input data to and from computer systems in compliance with force policy and relevant legislation (e.g. Data Protection Act).
Ensure that relevant intelligence is communicated at daily and operational briefings based on Force and LPA priorities.
Research, collate and evaluate information and intelligence to identify crime patterns, trends and hotspots.
Evaluate and distribute intelligence in accordance with requirements of the Management of Police Information.
Liaise with others involved in the intelligence process to promote an effective interchange of intelligence.
Produce, maintain and update a daily intelligence briefing for the LPAs.
Research observation posts to support operational activity at the behest of Intelligence Supervisors.
Provide full support and guidance to officers and staff in relation to intelligence. Provide guidance on the submission of intelligence products.
Prepare intelligence products (subject records) to support police activity towards organised crime groups.