Criminal Justice and Enforcement
Recruitment of an Organised Crime Group Partnership Coordinator.
The purpose of this project is to develop a framework in order to deliver interventions targeted to apprehend those involved in for such crime.
This work aims to develop a cohesive, whole system approach to better understand serious and organised crime and how it manifests locally, identify local assets and capabilities which can be used to develop and deliver targeted interventions aimed at disrupting those involved in and responsible for serious and organised crime. The coordinator will manage and coordinate the organised crime group function including scoring, data quality, providing consistency and oversight and training across the district and ensuring standards locally and nationally are met.
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