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ROCU- Detective Inspector-  NCLCC

Police Officer
220000QQ Requisition #

Job Title: ROCU- Detective Inspector-  NCLCC

Rank: Inspector

Closing date: 9/12/22


This opportunity is only open to serving Inspectors from West Midlands, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and West Mercia Police Forces 

Please make sure you gain SLT approval before applying for ROCU vacancies

This is an exciting and rare opportunity to be part of the National County Lines Coordination Centre (NCLCC) structure, tackling County Line Drug Supply and the associated exploitation of the vulnerable, working with Force County Lines (CL) bronzes, other Regional CL Coordinators, NCLCC colleagues, and external partners to coordinate and improve the law enforcement response to the CL threat. This will be achieved by driving 4P (Pursue, Prevent, Protect, Prepare) activity through providing tactical advice & support to police forces, law enforcement partners and regional investigative syndicates whilst delivering on any national requirements fed from the NCLCC.

Key Responsibilities:

What does the average day look like? Your core duties will include:

  • Work closely with the NCLCC and Regional Coordinators to ensure that links and opportunities identified by the NCLCC are fed through to the relevant forces and partner agencies for consideration for positive action based on the 4P principles. Manage a DS Deputy Regional Coordinator, with line management responsibility for this role.
  • Deliver Tactical Advice to SIOs and Investigators across the region, as one of a National team of 12 Regional Coordinators, working to the needs of your region with support and direction of the NCLCC.
  • Work closely with force stakeholders to identify and collate details of operational activity and recorded disruptions across their region focussed on most harmful lines.
  • Coordinate and drive level 1 and 2 operations at force level to tackle the CL threat and deliver National and Regional CL prepare, protect, pursue and prevent activity.
  • Deliver regional CL prepare, protect, pursue and prevent activity to enhance the CL related response to associated threat and harm. To include, training, identifying best practice, national collaboration for identifying trends, enhancing use of relevant tactics and legislation.
  • Work with forces and other relevant partners, including non-governmental organisations and Regional Intelligence Units to help build a more complete picture of the CL threat across the regions through the use of the County Lines Intelligence Collection Matrix (CLICM), PND, and improved information sharing between agencies and partners.  
  • Assist in enabling the regional County Lines analysts to collect, collate, evaluate and analyse data from a variety of police, partner agency, open source and academic sources to produce high quality analytical products and enhance the regional and therefore national understanding of threat from County Lines.
  • Work with the Regional Analyst to better identify the CL threat across police force boundaries, identify trends early and assist the NCLCC, regions and forces by highlighting the potential opportunities and best practice.
  • Convene Regional multi-agency CL disruption meetings and embed disruption measures, identifying key stakeholders within police and partners operating across the region and build and support effective relationships with them to improve the response to the CL threat.
  • Support Regional Drug and other Threat Groups who are impacted by the CL threat to ensure a regional response to the CL threat. 
  • As required represent the NCLCC, County Line Regional network and own Region as a Regional CL lead in relevant national and regional forums.
  • Coordinate and support the NCLCC Intensification weeks. Drive activity within their forces and regions in support of the identified 4P themes for intensification. Assist in the collation of plans, support coordination of activity and collation and dissemination of returns.

Working Hours and Location:

  • Although the role is principally normal office hours on weekdays, there is flexibility with the working hours on an individual basis.
  •  The location is also flexible, with hybrid working possible.
  • However, this is a regional post supporting a national team and it will require some flexibility and UK travel with overnight stays.


   Interviews will take place week commencing 12th December


Successful applicants will be required to pass Management Vetting and Security Clearance scrutiny prior to commencing their role, this will include a full background & financial disclosure as part of the vetting process. 

West Midlands Police is a Disability Confident Leader - the highest level an organisation can achieve under the scheme run by the Department of Work and Pensions.  As part of our commitment we operate a ‘Disability Confident Interview Scheme’ - all candidates who declare a disability and meet the essential criteria for the role will be offered an interview. 

It is important to note that there may be occasions where it is not practicable or appropriate to interview all disabled people who meet the essential criteria for the job. For example: in certain recruitment situations such as high-volume, seasonal and high-peak times, the employer may wish to limit the overall numbers of interviews offered to both disabled people and non-disabled people. In these circumstances, the employer could select the candidates who best meet the essential criteria for the job, as they would do for non-disabled applicants.

Diversity and Inclusion Vision:  Maximise the potential of people from all backgrounds through a culture of fairness and inclusion to deliver the best service for our communities"

Applicants from underrepresented groups should contact ROCU for additional information and support

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