Researcher TOEX (NERSOU) - JRN 20216
The Tackling Organised Exploitation Programme (TOEX) has
been commissioned to contribute to a whole systems approach to improve the
response to the ‘exploitation of the vulnerable’ within the current National
Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime, developing a model that
supports an enhanced intelligence picture to inform activity; operational
tasking and coordination; and capability development.
This role will be based within the Regional Organised Crime Units (ROCUs).
These units form a critical part of the national policing network,
provide a range of specialist policing capabilities to forces which help them
to tackle serious and organised crime effectively. These capabilities include
undercover policing, specialist surveillance, and cyber-crime investigation.
ROCUs investigate and disrupt organised crime groups
operating across police force boundaries, additionally they act as an important
point of connection between police forces and the National Crime Agency (NCA).
What will I be doing?
The TOEX researcher will undertake qualitative and
quantitative research to support intelligence and analytical products. During
the pilot year, this will be a singular resource within the ROCU which will be tasked
remotely by the central TOEX team. This is an interesting opening for
candidates who consider themselves as self-starters with an enthusiasm for
research, which they would like to develop further into the disciplines of
intelligence or data analysis.
Grant funded to 31 March 2022, the TOEX vacancies represent
a unique opportunity to join a cutting-edge programme which will deliver a
first of its kind intelligence and performance framework. Each successful
candidate will have a personal development plan which will build on their current
knowledge and skills – and provide a clear learning pathway to realise their
Coming on-board during our pilot year means that you will be
part of a team supporting brand new ways of working – be integral to ground
breaking collaborations – and contribute to the disruption of organised
networks built upon exploitation.
For further information please see the role profile: Researcher TOEX Role Profile.docx
Management Vetting (MV), Security Cleared (SC)
must be a resident of the UK for a minimum period of 5 years to ensure vetting
checks can be successfully performed. A job offer will be dependent upon
vetting clearance, medical information and references.
you have any queries with regard to the application process please contact the
Talent Acquisition Team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
To discuss the position in more detail please contact Emma Sanders, Senior Analyst – 0191 3752278
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