NaVCIS INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Posted on Jan 16, 2019 by Anonymous
Purpose of the role - To investigate crime and any other investigations at a level deemed appropriate in support of NaVCIS and National Policing objectives.
* Conduct Intelligence and investigation work primarily in support of NaVCIS portfolios and Control Strategy.
* Provide resilience to NaVCIS core business, investigating allegations of vehicle finance theft and fraud referred by Finance & Leasing Association members, ensuring IT applications are fully updated in accordance with force procedures.
* Gather, develop and use intelligence and crime data effectively to support NaVCIS and National objectives.
* Prepare and deliver at all level's high-quality intelligence files and reports for submission to law enforcement agencies and evidence for criminal prosecution processes. Attendance at Court may be required.
* Represent all Field Intelligence Officer functions including briefing, presentation, enforcement and prevention functions.
* Have an excellent working knowledge of CPIA, Fraud Act 2006, Theft Act 1968, Data Protection principles, ECHR, RIPA, CHIS code of practise, NIM, covert tactics and ensure the principles are adhered to. Post holder will be required to engage with Law Enforcement Agencies and discuss intelligence tactics at a high level so a well-founded background in this work is essential.
* Provide an excellent service to victims by ensuring they form the core of any investigation and by keeping them updated regularly.
* Assist in the development and assessment of less experienced colleagues as requested.
* Support other law enforcement agencies on operations where appropriate both nationally and internationally.
* Maintain, utilise and expand a substantial national and international network of contacts to facilitate the role.
* Act as a single point of contact with NaVCIS stakeholder partners.
* Contribute towards the identification of crime trends in order to develop innovative intelligence lead and proactive solutions using NaVCIS resources and negotiation of law enforcement support.
* Work closely with NaVCIS consultants and Ports Officers to enable resilience and role support.
* Enhanced DBS Required
* A minimum of two (2) years' experience in evidence gathering and intelligence.
* An excellent working knowledge of criminal law and the criminal justice system, CPIA, RIPA, CHIS code of practise, covert intelligence and investigation.
* To understand data protection issues in order to ensure that information is handled and filed correctly.
* Excellent and evidenced report writing and communication skills e.g. the production of clear, concise and accurate records, letters and reports as well as verbal delivery and presentation to diverse audiences