Service Care Solutions Ltd
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Crime Analyst Supervisor

Service Care Solutions are recruiting for a Crime Analyst Supervisor" to work for a police force in Kidlington, please see below for more information and to apply please contact Lewis on 01172 208962.

Title: AIU Crime Analyst Supervisor

Location: Thames Valley

Salary: £33,337

Contract: Permanent

Job description

The overall purpose of the role is to: effectively and efficiently supervise one of the Assessment and Investigation Unit Teams ensuring an effective end-to-end performance delivery of the triage and Investigation process and maintaining standards across the function to deliver high victim satisfaction.

  • Supervise a team of highly skilled officers and police staff investigators (PSIs).

    Monitor staff workloads, welfare and wellbeing, supporting the staff members in line with force policy and EAP.

    Ensure training and development needs are met and that work is carried out to the highest standards.

  • Monitor and be accountable for the overall performance of the AIU officers under your supervision.

    Ensure offences are allocated to and investigated by the most appropriate officer or member of staff in an effective and timely manner.

    Ensure appropriate crimes are effectively triaged, assessed and prioritised using the threat, harm, opportunity, risk and victim impact principles

  • Supervise the team to ensure they produce complete and accurate prosecution files, including full disclosure of unused material, for delivery in accordance with Court deadlines, thereby improving the quality of evidence presented and enhancing the prospect of a successful prosecution.

  • Ensure HOCR, NCRS and the Victims Code are adhered to for each investigation and a proportionate outcome is achieved and appropriately recorded, filed and finalised.

  • Supervise the creation of high quality investigations for handover ensuring that they are evidentially sound and “arrest ready”.

    Allocate to other individuals or departments within required timescales as appropriate as per LPA or Departmental Service Level Agreements.

  • Ensure issues of criticality, threat, harm, opportunity, risk or victim impact are escalated to senior officers as necessary and appropriate.

  • Attend court and give evidence in relation to those aspects of any investigation which are within the post holders' personal knowledge, or in which the post holder has had any involvement during the investigative process.


  • Proven experience in a supervisory role.


  • Proven customer service skills with a particular focus on engaging effectively with people at all levels, sometimes in potentially confrontational situations.


  • Proven experience of working within an investigatory type role, using working knowledge and experience of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice procedures.


  • Meticulous attention to detail and the ability to gather and record information effectively within set procedure, in a logical easily understood format and style.


  • Proven experience of problem solving and decision making.


  • Experience of working within a team environment with demonstrable organisational and time management skills.