You will produce accurate information based on sound analysis of data, providing insight for inspectors to investigate locally, and ultimately inform national inspection reports or for the purposes of monitoring police performance.
You will need a solid understanding of the process of collecting primary data, developing inferences, testing hypotheses and making recommendations. An understanding of data management and quality assurance is vital for this role.
You will need to be able to articulate complex information and its strengths and weaknesses to colleagues and Her Majesty’s Inspectors of Constabulary. It is important that all HMIC’s findings are communicated accurately and effectively to a wide audience, in particular, the public.
You will be supporting several projects simultaneously, and therefore you should have a proactive attitude, strong organisational skills, and be able to supervise others effectively under pressure. Read More..
You will help to drive the continuous improvement and evaluation of analysis and inspection practice, including innovations in how we gather evidence.
You will need to be inquisitive and have experience of gathering and analysing a range of types of information. You will have excellent written and spoken communication skills. Experience of commissioning and managing research is advantageous but not essential.
You will be naturally collaborative, as the Research, Development & Business Improvement team works closely with HMIC colleagues, police forces, academic institutions and service providers. Read More…
BAWP is the only organisation in the UK to draw members from all ranks and grades of the police service, both male and female, and associated organisations.
The Disabled Police Association is a national body representing staff disability networks from police forces across the UK. Our main aim is to promote equality of opportunity for disabled people working within the extended police family.