Cumbria Constabulary

Cumbria Constabulary Penrith, UK
Aug 15, 2018
Full time
Cumbria Constabulary Keeping Cumbria Safe is our Priority... could it be yours? Cumbria Constabulary is looking for motivated individuals to join a high performance team. HEAD OF IDENTIFICATION V45 Based within Crime Command, Police Headquarters, Penrith 37 hours per week Permanent Salary - £35,808 - £38,925 To manage Cumbria Constabularys Identification Department ensuring the operational and technical needs of the Constabulary are met, focusing on all forensic specialisms, including fingerprint identification requiring comparative evaluation. We are committed to the development and promotion of equal opportunities for all. Due to their under representation, applications are particularly welcomed from eligible minority group candidates. To apply please click on the application button below The closing date is 5pm, Wednesday 22nd August 2018.
Cumbria Constabulary Barrow-in-Furness, UK
Aug 10, 2018
Full time
Cumbria Constabulary Keeping Cumbria Safe is our Priority... could it be yours? Cumbria Constabulary is looking for motivated individuals to join a high performance team. RESTORATIVE JUSTICE WORKER - V46 Based within the Community Safety Team Seconded to Youth Offending Team (YOT) in Barrow 37 hours per week Permanent Salary - £22,221 - £26,802 THE JOB: Under the direction of the Youth Offending Service Team Practice Manager, the successful candidate will ensure that the policy of the Youth Offending Service relating to victim contact and victim involvement is maintained. They will be responsible for securing the delivery of local services relating to victims to meet Youth Justice Boards national policies and guidance, together with responsibility for some County wide practice initiatives and development of performance in your area. THE CANDIDATE: With an understanding of victim issues and the ability to translate policy into practice, the successful candidate will possess a good level of education and have the ability to prove competence in the relevant area of work. You should be IT Literate, able to make clear risk assessments and prioritise resources, together with the ability to communicate well both verbally and in writing, producing good quality written information to tight deadlines. The candidate will be able to collate statistical information for the Youth Justice Board (victim contact, victim satisfaction and outcomes) and be able to establish constructive working relationships with all partners involved in the Youth Offending Service, working effectively across agency boundaries. Experience of working with victims within the Criminal Justice System and knowledge of current legislation, guidance and other developments in Youth Justice, Crime and Disorder work would be advantageous for this role. For an informal chat regarding these posts, please contact Louise Tidbury, Youth Offending Service Team Practice Manager on . We are committed to the development and promotion of equal opportunities for all. Due to their under representation, applications are particularly welcomed from eligible minority group candidates. To apply or for more information please click on the application button below The closing date is 5pm, Monday 20th August 2018.