Job Role - 3 x Review Officer (Former Police Detectives)
Duration of Engagement - ASAP for 12 months
Location: Home working but the ability to travel to London/Birmingham one day a week will be essential.
Pay Rate: PAYE £22.51 p/h
Operation Denton is an independent police review into matters pursuant to the 'Barnard Judgement' (Northern Ireland Court of Appeal 5 July 2019). This relates to the activities of a loyalist group who it is believed may be responsible for up to 90 incidents resulting in the murder of up to 150 people and injuries to more. It is also alleged that the activities of the group also involves collusion between law enforcement, security agencies and potentially the authorities Victims are at the very heart of Kenova/Denton, with the overriding priority to discover the circumstances of how and why people died and to establish the truth
We are keen to hear from former officers experienced in managing intelligence and investigations who are able to contribute and support a highly complex review.
Retired investigator or intelligence officer with experience of working within counter terrorism or major crime policing. Will have experience of managing investigations and intelligence operations as well as a good understanding of analysis. The post holder will also have had experience working with partner agencies within law
enforcement and intelligence
The full-time core review team is based in both London and Birmingham (satellite). This will require the post holder to work remotely (home working) with an occasional requirement to attend briefings at
either of the two main bases.
To provide support to a major review of a significant number of connected historic terrorism-related investigations. The role will be to support the core full-time team by undertaking the initial review and analysis of historic incidents. These will form part of an overarching review and analysis of a number of bombings murders and investigations.
The post holder should be able to work with limited supervision. They will be able to;
Effectively manage the first phase initial review of historic investigations and incidents
Identify, potential lines of enquiry or further actions based upon the clear terms of reference of the review
Support the review team in developing the structured approach to delivering thematic analytical products
When required, to prepare written and verbal briefings briefing as well as update documents.
To support the broader Operation Kenova Senior Leadership Team in developing organisational objectives
Role will be predominantly London or Birmingham based though post holder must be prepared to travel if required for briefing, meetings and training.
To possess a good understanding of Northern Ireland related terrorism.
This post requires access to the most sensitive intelligence material on a daily basis.
Applicants must hold or be prepared to undergo and maintain Security Clearance.
Applicants should also be aware of the need to sign a confidentiality agreement on taking up the post.
Applicants must not have served (or be serving) in the Royal Ulster Constabulary, Police Service of Northern Ireland, Navy, Army, Air Force or Security Services.
Accommodation is not provided.
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