City of London Police
City of London Police is currently offering intelligence Analyst position for qualified individuals who are willing to work Full Time at their office in London, England, UK Be sure to check job specifications carefully before proceeding.
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About the job
Post Title: Intelligence Analyst
Type of contract: Permanent & FTC
Directorate/Department: Specialist Operations
Vetting level required: MV/SC
Location: Guildhall Yard East, New Street London
Salary:£29,350 per annum, plus £6,710 per annum London Weighting
Description Of Department
The City of London Police has opportunities arising across the force’s intelligence service; and is currently seeking experienced intelligence and crime analysts to join their team, or those seeking to move into the profession with some suitable analytical experience.
The force recruit to a central pool of analysts to provide analytical support across the organisation where and when it is needed.
You will be required to deliver a high quality analytical service in support of the priorities for the City of London Police. The role will require you to drive forward intelligence development ensuring the use of strategic, tactical and operational opportunities; often guiding overt and covert investigative techniques.
The City of London is a key business centre by day with a vibrant night-time economy and growing hotel industry. The city continues to grow with construction underway on a number of sites at any one time. These daytime and night-time activities contribute to the crime areas we need to prevent and manage with our resources, with analysts giving direction for the best use of these.
The City of London Police(CoLP) is nationally and internationally renowned for its expertise in identifying, combating and preventing fraud. The NLF Directorate (NLF) plays a vital role in this process with many NLF teams requiring intelligence support from analysts across the force.
Other teams include a dedicated Serious and Organised Crime (SOC) team including CoLP’s response to money laundering, a new digital exploitation team, and a cyber intelligence team.
Postings will be made based on force priorities and need at that time, with internal moves expected throughout an analytical career, allowing applicants to gain a range of skills and development and meet organisational needs for business resilience.
We are looking for permanent and fixed term roles (of at least 12 months at a time); across the force’s wide range of specialist functions.
There is a current vacancy for an analyst to join the City of London Police. Intelligence Analysts recruited to this role will be posted to one of the teams covering local policing priorities, serious and organised crime and strategic intelligence delivery as well as specialist areas working with the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau, central fraud intelligence teams, cyber crime and funded units supporting Insurance fraud, Intellectual Property Fraud and Dedicated Card and Payment Crime.
We encourage applications from candidates interested in either the project role, or any other intelligence analyst role within CoLP to apply so that we can offer out vacancies to successful candidates when they arise.
Working within a wider professional analytical services team, your skills could help make an impact towards our objectives around tackling core policing priorities within the City of London and beyond. Using your knowledge and experience of the National Intelligence Model, you’ll work with a wide range of data sources to create analytical products in support of identifying and developing intelligence-led policing strategies.
This will include identifying, developing and presenting opportunities for law enforcement and key stakeholders to divert, deter, detect, disrupt and dismantle serious and organised crime groups. This is the police and evidential support may also be required, and should be expected, which could result in giving evidence at court. The highest standards of professional and personal integrity are required and must be maintained; as a key requirement for remaining in the role. The Code of Ethics underpins everything we do and you will be a champion for its expectations. If your lifestyle is not compatible with the values of the police service; please do not apply.
Applicants must possess excellent interpersonal skills and have a proven analytical background from within law enforcement, the wider public sector and/or a closely associated organisations.
Analytical skills will be complemented by an ability to present in a clear and concise manner. Applicants will also be able to demonstrate at least a working knowledge of key analytical software applications, and have well developed skill set in Microsoft Office applications. Strong numeracy, extensive research skills and use of open source tools are also required.
The application and interview will be tested under Level 1 of the College of Policing Competency and Values Framework.
Applicants who fail to address the skills/knowledge/experience of the job description will not be considered.
For an application pack please visit our website at www.cityoflondon.police.uk
The closing date for applications is 31st October 2022 @ 23.59
This vacancy is open only to those who have the right to work in the UK.
The City of London Police is keen to promote flexible working and will, subject to operational policing requirements, proactively consider all applications to work flexibly.
The City of London Police is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.