MAPPA Unit Support Officer

Recruiter
Adecco
Location
England, Devon, Exeter
Salary
Up to £10.22 per hour
Posted
19 Jun 2018
Closes
17 Jul 2018
Ref
TVMAPPA
Contact
Patricia Vernon
Sector
Public Sector
Function
Administration
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

The principal responsibility of the role is to work in a multi-agency environment the post will provide support to the HQ MAPPA Unit through a range of activities including managing intelligence, data manipulation and research. The function of the unit is to protect the public through the effective management of those sexual and violent offenders who pose the greatest risk of harm. In addition the post will have specific duties in respect of low risk sex offenders which will be managed by the unit centrally which will include annual checks through research and also assessment of any new information relating to these offenders.

Key requirements:

  • Experience of using Microsoft Office applications.
  • Proven research skills, with the ability to identify relevant information from a number of sources and to draw accurate inferences from minimal information.
  • An awareness and understanding of the sophisticated use of a variety of Internet search engines to undertake more complex/detailed searches.
  • Demonstrable ability to draft clear, concise but appropriately detailed and accurate reports.
  • An outline understanding of the issues and processes surrounding the management of dangerous offenders and relevant legislation.

· Demonstrably resilient, with the ability to cope with potentially disturbing information.

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