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Criminal Data Section Caseworker


Salary: £18513 - £22833

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Closing date: 23rd September, 2020

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We're looking for an organised and motivated individual to join our team as a Criminal Data Section Caseworker. The role is full-time & permanent and is based at our North Divisional HQ in the centre of the market town of Chesterfield.

The role of Criminal Data Section Caseworker is to create and maintain records on both local and national computer systems and to carry out general clerical duties within the Criminal Data Section. As part of the Criminal Data Section team you will assist the Force to achieve national targets and performance indicators for entering and resulting cases on the Police National Computer and bringing offenders to justice.

The successful candidate will relish being part of a team, and will have excellent communication skills, with experience of creating, updating and retrieving computerised information. The ability to prioritise and plan own workload, whilst meeting to targets and deadlines is also essential for the role.

Please review the attached job description for full information on the role.

Closing Date: Wednesday 23rd 2020 at 23:55

Working for Derbyshire Constabulary has a wide range of benefits, which can be found via our Force website:

Working for the constabulary

Policing in Derbyshire takes more than 3,500 people in a wide range of roles. Around half of these are police officers, but we also have a variety of police staff. From police community support officers to police staff and volunteers, we all play an equally important role in protecting the people of Derbyshire.

It’s a vibrant, challenging and rewarding place to work and we’re committed to equality and diversity. We aim to create a constabulary that truly reflects the communities we serve. As part of this, we promote Positive Action. This means when you apply to join us, as well as assessing you on merit, we’ll look at your application according to our need and in line with current legislation to actively encourage a more diverse workforce.