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Intelligence Officer - Regional Confidential Unit 



Detective Constable - Money Laundering Unit 





Intelligence Officer - Regional Confidential Unit

Intelligence Officer

Yorkshire and the Humber
Regional Confidential Unit
PSC Scale 6 £24,813 - £26,535 (plus enhancements)

This is an INTERNAL and EXTERNAL vacancy


West Yorkshire Police as the lead Force for the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Crime Unit is looking to recruit an Intelligence Officer to be based in Leeds. As part of this dynamic team you will support proactive and reactive operations dealing with all aspects of sensitive intelligence. You will use all available resources in order to produce intelligence products that meet operational objectives whilst protecting all covert sources. 

The ideal candidate will already have experience of analysing data, working in an intelligence environment and/or experience of research, together with a working knowledge of computerised databases. You will also need an awareness of the National Intelligence Model and the procedure relating to the gathering and dissemination of intelligence.

In addition, you must be able to maintain integrity and confidentiality at all times, operate a clean desk policy and strictly adhere to Force Confidential Unit Standard Operating Procedures. You will also be required to successfully complete the Intelligence Officer enhanced course.

Intelligence Officers must be prepared to to take part in an on call rota, work flexibly to suit business needs and work at any District or unit within the Region as required. 

The successful candidate will be subject to advanced personal and financial vetting checks prior to appointment. 

This post is suitable for job share and will attract 14% shift allowance.

The application process will close at 1600 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and role profile may be accessed here

Post Reference: RC113

Closing Date: 23 April 2018





Detective Constable - Money Laundering Unit 

Detective Constable
Money Laundering Unit
Regional Asset Recovery Team (North East)


This is an INTERNAL vacancy only


Applications are invited from qualified Detective Constables who have completed their probationary period by the closing date of this advert.

The successful candidate, being an integral member of the Regional Asset Recovery Team (RART) based within the Wakefield office, will maximise opportunities to disrupt and prevent serious & organised crime, by assessing, gathering and developing evidence and intelligence, conducting proactive & reactive investigations, leading to the prosecution of offenders under POCA legislation & other relevant legislation. 

It is essential that you have a basic knowledge of Proceeds of Crime legislation and Money Laundering Regulations along with data protection principles and procedures.  You will come with Knowledge and experience in analysing complex information and make recommendations.

The ideal candidate will have previous experience of dealing with serious, complex crimes and associated court papers, and basic knowledge of regulated sector and their POCA obligations.

In addition you must hold a full UK/European driving licence, have access to a car and be prepared to utilise it for business purposes, be prepared to work extended/flexible hours at short notice and travel outside the UK in accordance with departmental requirements.

Please note that the successful candidate will be subject to Management and Security Clearance Vetting Procedures.

This will be a posting for West Yorkshire Police officers and a secondment to the Regional Forces. As this is a secondment you will require permission from your current Force in order to be eligible to apply.

The application process will close at 1600 hours on the date shown.

The online application form and Role Profile may be accessed here

Post Reference: MD64

Closing Date: 23 April 2018