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Custody Administrator

Force Headquarters

Salary: £21,018 - £25,353

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Closing date: 4th December, 2022

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Do you have clerical experience, and looking for a new challenge?  

If so, we have the role for you! Our Criminal Justice Unit are looking to recruit 2 Custody Administrators, the role is full-time (suitable for job-share & part-time working), permanent and based at our Ripley Police Station, just off the A610. 

We're looking for someone with strong communication skills, excellent computer literacy skills and experience of working both in a team and also using own initiative to prioritise workload. This is an opportunity to showcase your skills and be a real asset to our Custody teams. 

Working in a Police Station and dealing with both Police Officers and civilian staff, you'll find that no two days are the same.

Our Custody staff work hard to ensure the safety and successful running of the Custody Suites across Derbyshire, and you'll be playing a crucial role in ensuring our CDO's, Senior CDO's & Custody Sergeants are fully supported. You'll be overseeing staffing levels, daily operational & training abstractions and the entitlements of our CDO's, as well as providing daily administration support. 

So, are you ready to join a hard-working, supportive team in a new challenge?

If so, please review the attached job description fully, and click to apply!

Closing Date: Sunday 4th December 2022 at 23:55

Ripley Force Headquarters

Derbyshire Constabulary
Butterley Hall
Ripley
Derby
DE5 3RS

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.