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Police Support Staff

Police Support Staff employed by the police service play an important role in ensuring the police service runs efficiently and effectively, working in partnership with police officers and special constables. The Police Support Staff role is vital to a modern police service, offering challenging and rewarding opportunities.

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Below are typical Police Support Staff roles on offer within the police service:

ANALYST

Provide analytical support for the provision of operational policing by collating and analysing information. Also provide intelligence with the aim of detecting and reducing crime.

CALL CONTROLLER

Manage a professional response to calls received, in accordance with Charter Standards and Force Policy.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE MANAGER

Lead and manage the delivery of police responsibilities with the Criminal Justice System.

FROUNT COUNTER PERSONNEL

Provide a response to front counter enquiries in line with Force policy.

LEAD STAFF OFFICER

Lead a team and conduct inspections into specific areas or themes, making recommendations as appropriate.

PERSONAL SECRETARY

Provide professional secretarial support in response to management needs.

CALL HANDLER

Provide a professional response to calls received, in accordance with Charter Standards and Force Policy.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATIOR

Provide administrative services in support of police responsibilities with the Criminal Justice System.


CRIME RESEARCHER

Identify and investigate all sources of information, then evaluate and prioritise that information in order to support the analytical and investigative processes.

HIGHER ANALYST

Provide strategic and tactical support for the provision of operational policing by collating and analysing information. Also provide intelligence with the aim of detecting and reducing crime, and to ensure and enable staff to produce effective information.

LIBRARIAN

Provide an efficient library service which meets the needs of its customers.

STAFF OFFICER

Conduct inspections into specific areas or themes, making recommendations as appropriate.

VEHICLE REMOVAL OFFICER

Ensure the safe removal of vehicles in line with Force policy.

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