Prosecution Case Administrator (Cannock and Hanley)

Cannock Police Station, Smithfield
Grade D
Full Time

Prosecution Case Administrator

Grade D - £21,018 - £23,835

Location – Prosecution Hub

South - Cannock Police Station - North - Smithfield, Hanley.

Are you looking for a new role that is diverse, engaging and energetic?

Do you want to put those investigative skills of yours to good use?

Do you fancy being part of the ‘Bigger Picture ‘within our criminal justice process?

If so then we want to hear from you

No two days are the same within the Prosecution hub and the role of Prosecution Administrator will allow you to follow the prosecution process from its very beginning, here with Staffordshire Police though to the end in the court’s arena. Whether it be traffic or crime files you’re reviewing and submitting, no two will be the same, pathing the way for a fantastic learning opportunity to develop your knowledge.

A typical day is varied and full of variety where you will be required to work both as part of a team and independently. You will need to be able to think on your feet and prioritise workload to make way for more pressing demand. You will be responsible for submitting overnight remand applications to court the same day, monitoring and responding to enquires that are submitted into the unit inbox along with general administrative duties.

You will be allocated a combination of both traffic and crime files, where you will liaise with victims and witnesses to provide them with updates and identifying vulnerabilities. You will also foster relationships with key external stakeholders who assist in providing support to the most vulnerable and gain an understanding of how they also play an important role in the process.

You will receive on the job training, along with the opportunity to shadow a substantive caseworker in the varied types of file builds we process and their quality. To support you further in your development there is also the opportunity to participate in our ‘Buddy up’ scheme.

Working hours

Flexi Time working, 37 hours per week. Saturday working is required on a published rota basis.

Further details relating to the role and responsibilities can be found on the role profile.

To apply for this role please upload your CV.

Benefits of working for Staffordshire Police: 

Flexi time – flexible working as part of trust driven policing
Pension Scheme - Employers Pension contribution 15.5%
Annual Leave Entitlement - starting at 26 days plus bank holidays 
Sick pay scheme
Fostering friendly policy
Family friendly policies – maternity, paternity, parental leave, adoption
Occupational Health
On site Gyms
Staff associations
Reward and Recognition
Blue light Card – not solely for Staffs police
Sports Lottery


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Please note that if successful for this role, the following tests and checks will be conducted:
  • Medical assessment 
  • References