Detective Constable (Investigator)
St Helena Island, South Atlantic
Two year FTC commencing ASAP
£38k pa, taxable in St Helena
A tax free International Supplement will also apply
A sub-tropical island of spectacular and beautiful landscapes in the South Atlantic with a warm and friendly population of 4,500, St Helena is a self-governing overseas territory of the UK. St Helena has an international airport with weekly flights from Johannesburg.
The St Helena Police Service comprises of a Chief of Police, three Chief Inspectors (Community and Operations, Operation Support and Development and Crime) one Inspector, six Sergeants and 16 Constables. Within these resources, investigations comprise of a DS and 4 DCs.
You will investigate current and historical serious and complex crime including sexual offences and those perpetrated against children and vulnerable adults, securing and preserving evidence. In partnership with the Attorney Generals’ Chambers you will build successful prosecution cases and support victims and survivors throughout the investigation and criminal justice processes. Interviewing witnesses and suspects you will prepare prosecution files, fulfil disclosure obligation and facilitate multi-agency information sharing as appropriate. You must work across all shifts when required and be ‘on call’.
Having broad policing experience and as an accredited PIP2 trained or equivalent detective, you will also have training and experience in Joint Investigations and in the conduct of ABE interviews with children. With a strong background in the investigation of serious sexual offences you will have knowledge and experience of child and adult safeguarding procedures.
We offer an extensive benefits package with 30 days leave pa, fare paid travel, freight, pension contribution and relocation allowance (see overseas vacancy information).
An application form can be found HERE, where further information can also be found, or you may contact Kedell Worboys on 0203 818 7610 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. This is where applications must be sent and received by 30 April 2019. Interviews will be held in London.