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Detective Transferee Opportunities with Essex Police

C&PP tackles some of the most serious and complex crimes within our communities, when victims can be at their most vulnerable. Whilst these are highly demanding roles in terms of both the potential emotional impacts on both those involved and the teams themselves through long and complex investigations, it is easily one of the most rewarding. There are few roles that offer the same job satisfaction, knowing that at the end of the day you have safeguarded some of the most vulnerable members of the public, including children from serious harm, whilst locking up some of the most dangerous. Providing long term support to those who may’ve never had any.

Although this area of business does hold a degree of risk, all members of C&PP are supported by an inclusive and visible command team, unwavering peer support, close knit teamworking, enhanced occupational health interventions, psychological screening, training and regular 121 meetings with your line manager.

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If you want to make a difference by helping people, keeping people safe, and catching criminals I would encourage you to contact us for more details via: Transfer and promotion opportunities | Essex Police

There are ongoing developmental opportunities whether that be for lateral development, or promotion. A role in C&PP will offer you a unique breadth and depth of experience to support your career aspirations.

There are posts available across a number of our detective Commands. However, we specifically welcome applications to transfer in the following areas;

Crime and Public Protection Command (C&PP)

  • Child Abuse Investigation Teams (CAIT) located at Colchester, Chelmsford, Basildon, Southend, Grays and Harlow

Based across Essex, the teams deal with internal and external referrals and a wide range of offences, from physical abuse and neglect to sexual abuse and child death.

  • Adult Sexual Abuse Investigation Teams (ASAIT) situated in Colchester, Grays, and Southend

ASAIT comprises of three hubs across the county and are responsible for rape or sexual assault by penetration offences against adults and any serious sexual offence deemed appropriate by the PPIU Detective Inspector.

  • Major Investigation Team (MIT) located at Rayleigh and Great Dunmow

MIT are responsible for the investigation of major, serious and series linked crimes; murder, abduction, extortion, rape (where delegated).

  • Serious and Economic Crime Unit (SECU) situated at Rayleigh

SECU conduct enquiries into complex fraud and corruption, money laundering, e-Crime. electoral fraud and financial investigations into those believed to have profited by criminality.

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