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Date published: 22 September 2022 11:42

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SYPSensitive Intelligence Development Sergeant

 Applications invited from both Police & Detective Sergeants for a new role in the Sensitive Intelligence Development Unit (SIDU).

This is a new and exciting opportunity to shape and develop a recently formed unit within Crime Services. The post holder will be responsible for the day-to-day management of the Sensitive Intelligence Development Unit, supporting proactive and reactive operations by the gathering, analysing, developing, and disseminating covertly obtained intelligence in the furtherance of stated operational objectives using a range of available resources.

The role is ideal for someone who is looking to further their career in the covert & investigative environment, and applications are especially sought from those who would be willing to work towards the PS to DS Conversation pathway in the future.

Role:

  • Supervise Constables and Staff to deliver the effective management of Sensitive Intelligence
  • Supervise the Handling of Sensitive Intelligence by ensuring covertly obtained intelligence, including time sensitive intelligence, is received, and processed in accordance with national guidance
  • Assess Threat, Risk and Harm within Intelligence reports and make timely decisions about its management, sanitisation and dissemination
  • Ensure intelligence is recorded, stored, and managed in accordance with the information handling process in a way appropriate to its source, sensitivity and security classification
  • Manage the assessment of the sensitivity and reliability of received intelligence in line with the information handling process; and ensure items of intelligence are shared across the law enforcement community unless there is an overriding reason not to do so
  • Provide advice and guidance to SIO’s to ensure all product and covertly sourced intelligence is appropriately handled and exploited
  • Manage the identification of and response to opportunities for the development of sensitive Intelligence to build on the available intelligence product
  • Supervise and manage intelligence development and surveillance operations in line with legislation and force processes
  • Engage with local and regional partners to share knowledge, enhance capabilities and improve our operational response
  • Present and participate at meetings as necessary, including briefing investigative teams, and other organisational, regional, and national meetings where necessary

Skills and Experience:

  • Have an understanding of current investigative methods and tactics, CPIA and disclosure requirements
  • Excellent communication skills and diplomacy
  • Knowledge of the relevant law from Part 1 of RIPA, IPA 2006 & Police Act 1997
  • Proficient in the use of IT, Policing Systems and Microsoft Office
  • The post holder will be required to successfully achieve and maintain security vetting in line with the post requirements
  • Be willing to complete training in line with the requirements of the role, some Travel and out of force training may be required

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force (Officers from British Transport Police, Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case-by-case basis).
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

Application Process:

For further information and to apply, please click HERE.

Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your two most recent PDRs, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency-based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF).

Successful applicants will be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Biometrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos

South Yorkshire Police offer relocation and removal expenses up to a maximum of £8000 to transferring officers currently living outside of the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

In addition, we offer workplace support including a positive health & wellbeing policy, reward leave along with a compassionate application of dependants leave.

Applications are particularly welcome from female and ethnic minority officers.

It’s really important to us that the department represents the community we serve, in order for us to provide the best service, utilising a range of backgrounds, experience and skills.  We support and value all officers and staff and the unique experiences they bring to the role.  We strongly encourage and welcome expressions of interest from these valuable underrepresented groups.

If you are from an underrepresented group and want to find out more about the support we can offer, please contact our dedicated team on positiveaction@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Please see attachments for FAQ’s & Guidance Notes

Closing date for application: 13th October 2022

SYP - Sensitive Intelligence Development Officer

Applications invited from both Detective Constables, Police Constables & Trainee Investigators for a new role in the Sensitive Intelligence Development Unit (SIDU).

The is a new and exciting opportunity to be part of a recently formed unit within Crime Services. The post holder will be responsible for supporting proactive and reactive operations by gathering, analysing, developing, and disseminating covertly obtained intelligence in the furtherance of stated operational objectives using a range of available resources.

Role:

  • Receive and process covertly obtained intelligence, including time sensitive intelligence, in accordance with operating procedures and national guidance.
  • Assess Threat, Risk and Harm within Intelligence reports and make timely decisions about its management, sanitisation and dissemination.
  • Liaise with SIO’s and Investigation teams to identify and refine intelligence requirements and gaps whilst protecting specific covert techniques.
  • Ensure intelligence is recorded, stored, and managed in accordance with the information handling process in a way appropriate to its source, sensitivity and security classification.
  • Assess the sensitivity and reliability of received intelligence in line with the information handling process; and ensure items of intelligence are shared across the law enforcement community unless there is an overriding reason not to do so.
  • Identify and action opportunities for the development of sensitive intelligence to build on the available intelligence product.
  • Manage information related to covert intelligence, e.g. adding, managing and removing flags/alerts
  • Undertake intelligence development and surveillance operations in line with current legislation and force process.
  • Maintain a personal knowledge of covert techniques and their application to proactive and reactive investigations, including applicable legal and regulatory constraints
  • Present and participate at meetings as necessary, including briefing investigative teams and other organisational meetings where necessary.

Skills and Experience:

  • External - DC / TI - Completed a CID foundation course or successfully completed the ICIDP or willing to pass this course if not already done so
  • PC – Successfully completed and be out of their probationary period
  • Have a understanding of current investigative methods and tactics, CPIA and disclosure requirements
  • Excellent communication skills and diplomacy
  • Knowledge of the relevant law from Part 1 of RIPA, IPA 2006 & Police Act 1997
  • Proficient in the use of IT, Policing Systems and Microsoft Office
  • The post holder will be required to successfully achieve and maintain security vetting in line with the post requirements
  • Be willing to complete training in line with the requirements of the role, some Travel and training out of force may be required

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force (Officers from British Transport Police, Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case-by-case basis).
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

Application Process:

For further information and to apply, please click HERE

Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your two most recent PDRs, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency-based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF).

Successful applicants will be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Biometrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos

To gather further information about the team and the application process please contact Detective Inspector Scott Szymczak on 07469 412735.

South Yorkshire Police offer relocation and removal expenses up to a maximum of £8000 to transferring officers currently living outside of the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

In addition, we offer workplace support including a positive health & wellbeing policy, reward leave along with a compassionate application of dependants leave.

Applications are particularly welcome from female and ethnic minority officers.

It’s really important to us that the department represents the community we serve, in order for us to provide the best service, utilising a range of backgrounds, experience and skills.  We support and value all officers and staff and the unique experiences they bring to the role.  We strongly encourage and welcome expressions of interest from these valuable underrepresented groups.

If you are from an underrepresented group and want to find out more about the support we can offer, please contact our dedicated team on positiveaction@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Please see attachments for FAQ’s & Guidance Notes

Closing date for application: 13th October 2022

SYP - Force Intelligence Cell Detective Sergeant

Applications invited from Detective Sergeants to work within the Force Intelligence Cell.

Role:

To supervise a team of intelligence officers to gather, develop and disseminate intelligence in support of local and national crime investigations in line with strategic policing requirements and specified priorities

To apply applicants must have:

  • College of Policing Intelligence Professionalisation Programme (IPP) Qualification (to complete within 12 months of appointment), and continued IPP compliance.
  • Experience of leading diverse teams.
  • An understanding of Investigatory Powers Act 2016 and Management of Police Information (MoPI) and other relevant legislation.
  • Experience in developing intelligence products.

And be able to demonstrate:

  • Experience of leading diverse teams.
  • Able to set out logical arguments clearly, adapting language, form and message to meet the needs of different people / audiences.
  • Able to plan ahead, to allocate work appropriately within the team and to identify and mitigate risks to delivery.
  • Able to identify key stakeholders, understand potential roles and to take appropriate steps to understand their needs and concerns.

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force (Officers from British Transport Police, Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case-by-case basis).
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues.
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.

Application Process:

To apply, please complete the online application form.  Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your two most recent PDRs, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency-based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF).

Successful applicants will be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Biometrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos

South Yorkshire Police offer relocation and removal expenses up to a maximum of £8000 to transferring officers currently living outside of the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

In addition, we offer workplace support including a positive health & wellbeing policy, reward leave along with a compassionate application of dependants leave.

Applications are particularly welcome from female and ethnic minority officers.

It’s really important to us that the department represents the community we serve, in order for us to provide the best service, utilising a range of backgrounds, experience and skills.  We support and value all officers and staff and the unique experiences they bring to the role.  We strongly encourage and welcome expressions of interest from these valuable underrepresented groups.

If you are from an underrepresented group and want to find out more about the support we can offer, please contact our dedicated team on positiveaction@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Please see attachments for FAQ’s & Guidance Notes

Closing date for application: Friday 23rd September 2022 @ 23:55

To apply, please click HERE

SOUTH YORKSHIRE POLICE – CONSTABLES, SERGEANTS AND INSPECTORS

Join a forward thinking, modern Police Force with the ambition to be the best Force in the Country.  With an inspiring leadership team, we can provide a wide range of career development opportunities.

From rugged and breath taking countryside to buzzing urban areas, South Yorkshire offers some of the UK’s best shopping, family attractions and nightlife.  The force area covers the city of Sheffield and the neighbouring town of Rotherham, Doncaster and Barnsley, with excellent transport links around the country.

You can be the difference.  Reflecting all of our communities is important to South Yorkshire Police, which is why we are looking for talented individuals to reflect the communities we serve.

If you would like to take the challenge and have what it takes to make a real difference to peoples’ lives, we want to hear from you.

We have opportunities for Constables in a number of roles including: ARVO's, Detectives, Safeguarding, Neighbourhood Policing and Response.

Detective Constables, Sergeants and Inspectors must be PIP 2 accredited with relevant experience in the investigation of serious and complex crime.

South Yorkshire Police offer relocation/removal expenses of up to a maximum of £8,000 to transferring officers who live outside the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

Eligibility

To be eligible to transfer you must:

  • Be a current serving police officer in a Home Office force  (Officers from British Transport Police , Police Service Northern Ireland, Police of Scotland & Ministry of Defence are assessed on a case by case basis)
  • Have no outstanding discipline or integrity issues
  • Have resided in the UK for three years immediately prior to submitting your application
  • Must have successfully completed your probationary period with your Force prior to submitting your application.
  • Must have completed the Initial Police Learning Development Programme (IPLDP).

Application Process

To apply, please complete the online application form. Once submitted, please also email a copy of your full training record, your 2 most recent PDR’s, photographs of any additional tattoos and a completed copy of the attached training checklist.  For specialist roles you will also be required to provide evidence of any relevant qualifications. Please email these documents to policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to a competency based interview, based on the Competency & Values Framework for Policing (CVF).

Successful applicants will then be guided through the transferee process and will be required to undergo the following checks:

  • Vetting
  • Medical Assessment & Fitness Test
  • Drugs & Bio-Metrics
  • References
  • Sickness Criteria
  • Misconduct
  • Tattoos - The Force is currently reviewing the Standards and Appearance Policy, with particular focus to Tattoos. All visible tattoos will be reviewed on a case by case basis, pending consultation of the Policy review. Until such time, please do not be discouraged from applying to the Force. Any visible tattoos will be discussed on a case by case basis

Your posting will be dependent on your individual preference and operational requirement.  Whilst every effort will be made to meet your individual preference this cannot be guaranteed.

For informal enquiries, please contact Talent Acquisition Manager, Michelle Webster at policerecruit@southyorks.pnn.police.uk

Further information

SYP offer relocation and removal expenses up to a maximum of £8000, to transferring officers currently living outside of the force area and at least 50 miles from their permanent place of work.

In addition, we offer workplace support including a positive health & wellbeing policy, reward leave along with a compassionate application of dependants leave.

South Yorkshire is a culturally diverse area and to ensure that our service is fully representative of the communities we serve we welcome applications from all under-represented groups and individuals wishing to work part time.

Please see attachments for FAQ’s & Guidance Notes

Closing date for applications: Saturday 31st December 2022

Click here to apply