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Senior Crime & ASB Officer
  • Employer: Epping Forest District Council
  • Reference: 2000BMG
  • Published: Fri 24/01/2020, 9:07 AM
  • Closing on: Fri 28/02/2020, 23:55 PM
  • Working Pattern: Full Time
  • Hours: 36 hours per week
  • Salary: £33,500 - £36,401
  • DBS Check: No
  • Location: Essex

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Senior Crime & ASB Officer

Job Title:                    Senior Crime and ASB Officer

Reference No:            2000BMG

Job Category:             Community Resilience Team

Service Area:              Community & Partnerships

Starting Salary:           £33,500 - £36,401

Job Type:                     Permanent 

Job Hours:                   36 hours per week (Mon-Fri)

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic candidate who shares our organisations values and behaviours to join our busy Community Resilience Team on a full-time basis. As the Senior Crime and ASB Officer, you will report to the Community Safety and Environmental Enforcement Team Manager and work very closely with the authorities dedicated Policing Team. The post holder must have the ability to co-ordinate Multi Agency Partnerships, to deliver local community safety projects, co-ordinate and deliver enforcement and prevention activity to reduce local ASB and crime as well as develop localised community safety and problem-solving plans to support communities.

The successful candidate will have a high level of written and verbal skills in addition to being able to understand complex analytical information with the ability to translate this into reports for wider audiences. This will include Strategic Assessments, Crime Pattern Analysis and Joint Tasking. The post-holder will be able to identify, analyse and action district crime trends and hot spots as well as coordinating actions under the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

Will investigate and respond to reports and concerns from members of the community and elected members ensuring effective case management.

The post-holder will also be responsible for building strong relationships with statutory and voluntary sector organisations, communities and individuals to collectively address persistent and problematic crime and anti-social behaviour. They will be able to engage with communities, customers and elected members, using feedback to improve service delivery.

The post-holder should be able to pass vetting at the required level (Non-Police Personnel Vetting (NPPV) Level 3)

If you feel you have the necessary qualities, it takes then we would like to hear from you or if you would like an informal chat then please contact Adrian Petty Community Safety & Environmental Enforcement Team Manager 01992 564194 or Service Manager Caroline Wiggins 01992 564122.

Closing Date: 28 February 2020