Counter Terrorism Unit - Internet Intelligence Investigator

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190000FL Requisition #
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Role Responsibilities:

  • To carry out covert proactive intelligence and evidence gathering including the use of directed surveillance in accordance with CPIA, RIPA and other relevant investigation.
  • To present intelligence and evidence in a succinct manner meeting the customers’ requirements and complying with set policies and procedures.
  • To work closely with other law enforcement partners and colleagues to support intelligence and investigative advancement through evidential capture and other key supportive tactics such as, open source guidance.
  • To maintain an up-to-date understanding of internet-based technology and emerging trends relating to covert user techniques, social media and mobile applications.
  • Provide tactical and technical advice to SIOs in order to identify and exploit online opportunities in relation to new and existing operations; supporting and working alongside other departments and as an operational team. To include working in support of the national III CT network requirements.
  • To manage intelligence-led or post-incident online monitoring, horizon scanning and live-time evidential capture on behalf of WMCTU.
  • To assist in the design and delivery of appropriate online training to CT staff, to the required level and maintain a continuous development programme in order for individuals to operate online. Manage and audit the use/access to social media of all trained staff in accordance with relevant guidelines and legislation.
  • Demonstrate a high level of integrity and professionalism when handling sensitive intelligence.
  • Any other duties commensurate with the role and band/grade.
Essential Skills and Competencies:

  • Use of computers to conduct research including previous usage of Windows based software, databases and any other formalised records system.
  • Experience of conducting focused open source enquiries and/or online research, particularly in relation to social media networks and telephonic applications (apps) to identify/track an individual.
  • Experience of working both within a team, and on own initiative – particularly when managing and prioritising allotted duties.
  • Good working knowledge and understanding of the importance of Data Protection Act, Computer Misuse Act, European Convention on Human Rights Articles (ECHR), RIPA and CPIA.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.
  • Proven technical online knowledge, experience and training.
Desirable Skills and Competencies:

  • Completion of, or willingness to complete and pass, formalised Open Source training and/or other relevant qualifications.
  • Knowledge of current police intelligence systems.
  • Experience of producing evidential reports suitable for submission in the Criminal Justice System.  
  • Knowledge, experience and understanding of covert policing methodology and techniques.
  • Proven experience of major and complex investigations.
  • Dedication to continuous professional development, especially in relation to emerging trends, skills and technology.
  • Experience of producing intelligence and evidential reports.
  • A high level of integrity and experience of working with sensitive material.
  • Previous experience of internet and open source exploitation.
  • Knowledge of IT based research tools and applications.

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