Wiltshire Police careers 2022 in Melksham, England, United Kingdom – Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme Coordinator

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Swindon, Melksham

£25,560-26,685

Full Time

Fixed Term

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The DVDS Coordinator is an integral part of public protection, works within the Safeguarding Team and is based at Swindon or Melksham with a strong element of agile working.

The Coordinator reports to the Detective Sergeant on the Safeguarding Team.

The purpose is to receive and review all Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS) and Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme (CSODS) applications for Swindon and Wiltshire from police and external agencies such as social services, Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARAC) and members of the public. To undertake detailed research and assess and evaluate intelligence and information gathered to facilitate the disclosure decision making process. To carry out face to face interviews with potential victims of Domestic Abuse, to provide disclosure to victims through the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (Clare’s Law) and Child Sex Offender Disclosure (Sarah’s Law) and ensure suitable safeguarding support and referrals following disclosure.

The role includes review and interpret information from applications received, complete specified checks and then complete complex and detailed research. A report is then produced for the Detective Inspector and partner agencies to consider further action.

A close working relationship with colleagues and partners is key to this role and the coordinator is a point of contact within Wiltshire Police offering expertise and advice.

The coordinator will also conduct face to face meetings with applicants delivering disclosures and ensuring safeguarding accordingly.

The right person for the job will have excellent interpersonal skills, work well in a small team – but also be able to work alone.

A high level of organisational skill is required to manage the applications, reviews, and research. A high level of resilience is required to deal with the subject matter.

Please use the attached job description and competencies to complete the application. If you do not receive confirmation that your application has been received please contact the People Services Centre.

Internal applicants who are at risk of redundancy or in need of redeployment and pass the selection process, will be offered the role over the remaining internal and external applicants.

Internal applicants: All applications for secondments must be supported by your 1st and 2nd line manager. Please forward support to the recruitment inbox before the closing date. Any applicants that have not provided support will not be progressed. Please ask your managers to include a potential release date in their support for planning purposes.

Where a candidates Bradford score exceeds 192, specific reference should be made to it by their line manager with reasons as to why the application should be supported.

All vacancies advertised as secondment/fixed term contract have the potential to go permanent in the future.

Wiltshire Police recognise the importance of our employees’ health, well being and work life balance. Where possible we endeavour to accommodate the needs of our staff and welcome applications for those wanting a more flexible approach to working patterns.

Company: Wiltshire Police

Vacancy Type: Full-time · Associate

Job Location: Melksham, England, United Kingdom

Application Deadline: N/A

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