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Economic Crime/Asset Recovery Investigator
States of Guernsey

At A Glance

Job Reference: DF-POJ-201013-02

Salary: £34,099 - £45,327 per annum

Benefits: N/A

Location: Guernsey

Role/Type: Permanent/Full Time

Required Skills/Qualifications: N/A

Law Enforcement

Grade: Police Constable Scale - 003 - 011- £34,099 - £45,327 per annum

Full Time

The States of Guernsey are seeking to appoint an Economic Crime/Asset Recovery Investigator to join the team at Law Enforcement.

The post holder will work as part of a team of investigators and support staff within the Economic Crime Division (ECD) of Bailiwick Law Enforcement. The ECD comprises of two teams; the Financial Criminal Team (FCT) which is responsible for the investigation of money laundering offences, financial and economic crime and non-conviction based forfeiture which deals with asset recovery, both criminal and non-conviction based, and requests for assistance from foreign judicial authorities in criminal matters.

The post holder will ensure their actions support the Bailiwick Financial Crime Strategy and Law Enforcement Service Delivery Plan and address the National Risk Assessment whilst adhering to the FATF 40 recommendations and other relevant international standards.

A core requirement of the role is to share best practice on financial investigation and build cases within Bailiwick Law Enforcement, regionally and nationally to aid collaboration and promoting use of financial investigation practices in mainstream investigations where appropriate and continuous improvement in policing generally.

The post holder whilst deployed to a specific team, will be expected to gain experience across both ECD teams and develop a clear understanding of the management and development of financial intelligence, including that resulting from the suspicious activity reporting regime.

Some off-Island travel for training and liaison with investigative partners may be required.

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Job Description

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Contact: Paul Winberg & Liz Huggins – Economic Crime Supervisors on tel. 01481 755826 or email: &

We strongly advise that applicants speak to the contact named above before applying for this role.

Closing Date: 31 December 2020

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