The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) sits within the Economic Crime Directorate, and is responsible for analysing intelligence from fraud and cyber victims across the UK, exploiting such information to help alert, educate and protect the public, find new and effective ways to engineer out the threat from fraud and cyber, and positively influence the UK’s enforcement resources to tackle fraud and cybercrime.
The NFIB harvest, process and analyse fraud and cyber data to provide actionable intelligence to the UK counter fraud and cyber community, promoting a better understanding of both, including themes and trends in order to inform more focused, collaborative prevention and disruption.
In addition, the NFIB develop and allocate crime packages to local, regional and national police functions and other law enforcement agencies to influence investigations into the same.
Purpose of the Role:
An opportunity is now available within the NFIB for the post of Detective Sergeant NFIB-Crime Review.
The post holder will be responsible for managing a crime review team made up of staff Crime Reviewers and will be required to represent the NFIB and force, at local, regional and national levels, within various working groups.
The post holder will have a detailed understanding of the economic crime landscape and be capable of developing strong working relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders.
The post holder will be based in London.
Essential Criteria – including the behaviours that will be tested at application/interview:
Tactful, diplomatic and able to engage effectively with a broad range of stakeholders.
Self-motivated and organised.
Able to manage a varied workload and work in a complex and diverse environment.
Experience and/or knowledge of operational policing as it relates to economic crime and fraud.
Leadership skills and qualities.
Desirable Criteria (If applicable):
Experience and/or knowledge of intelligence and its application to operational policing.
Experience and/or knowledge of Fraud investigation and Fraud Codes
The application and interview will be tested under Level 2 of the College of Policing Competency and Values Framework.
A working knowledge of the Home Office Counting Rules is desirable.
Applicants who fail to address the skills/knowledge/experience of the job description will not be considered.
If you would like to discuss the post in more detail DCI Hayley King - email@example.com
The closing date for applications is 2nd September 2022 at 2359hrs
This vacancy is open only to those who have the right to work in the UK.
The City of London Police is keen to promote flexible working and will, subject to operational policing requirements, proactively consider all applications to work flexibly.
The City of London Police is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community