Staffordshire Police is continually striving to deliver the best possible service for the county’s residents, businesses and visitors. It is a fast-paced organisation, adaptive to modern policing needs and open to continual improvement.
Set out within the force’s Policing Plan, Staffordshire Police has clear direction and ambition through five main priorities; Modern Policing, Early Intervention, Supporting Victims and Witnesses, Managing Offenders and Reoffending and Public Confidence.
Everyone who works for the force has an important role to play in shaping the future of Staffordshire Police. The force seeks people who will champion new ways of working, be collaborative and agile and represent in a fair and ethical manner those that Staffordshire Police serves.
About the Opportunity
The successful candidate would be based within the Force-wide Knowledge Hub with the role holder primarily responsible for the development, evaluation and dissemination of intelligence to inform on threat, harm and risk and provide support to policing priorities.
The role is both varied and interesting, providing the opportunity to engage in local, regional and national projects and operations as appropriate.
Further details and key responsibilities can be found in the role profile.
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The closing date for receipt of completed applications is midday on Tuesday 13th April 2021.
* Please note that applications are welcomed from all suitably qualified/experienced individuals. However prior consideration will be given to applications from individuals who are ‘at risk’ and employed by Staffordshire Police. If an appointment is made from that at risk group, the post may be withdrawn. In this event, a representative from the People Services team will notify any affected applicants.
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- Medical assessment
- Higher level vetting
This opportunity is closed to applications.