Digital Media Investigator – Cyber Team
Would you like to be part of a dedicated and collaborative team who help victims of cyber-crime?
We an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and confident individual to join our Cyber Team as a Digital Media Investigator.
Our Digital Media Investigators are working at the cutting technical edge of policing, finding smarter ways of using technology to bring offenders to justice. You will provide advice and support to a range of stakeholders including victims of cybercrime meaning excellent interpersonal skills and being able to demonstrate empathy is vital in order to provide a satisfactory service.
We are looking for someone with exceptional IT skills and sound knowledge of digital devices, with an understanding of network processes and what digital evidence may be available to assist in investigations of cyber-crime.
In this role, your main responsibilities will be:
- Providing technical expertise and early tactical advice to Senior Investigating Officer’s and Officers in Charge engaged in the investigations of cyber enabled crime and other relevant enquiries.
- To compose and deliver presentations, to upskill staff and increase the force’s response and capability in both cyber dependent and enabled crime.
- Gather intelligence through relevant open source methods in order to optimise available evidence and assist investigating officers.
- Carry out forensic examinations of computers, mobile telephones, laptops and other digital devices.
- Attending crime scenes, arrests and interviews of suspects.
Skills, experience and qualifications required:
- Due to the nature of role you are required to hold a full current driving licence as will need to travel around the force area.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Experience of conducting investigations, open source research and intelligence gathering.
- Experience of making decision and working as part of a team
- An understanding of network processes and what digital evidence may be available to assist an investigation.
- An understanding of cybercrime, cybercrime prevention methods and holding a PIP level 2 qualification or equivalent is desirable.
To be eligible to apply for this role you must have a 5 year ‘checkable history’ in the UK – ideally this means that you would have been resident in the UK for the last 5 years.
Work on a bank or public holiday as part of the normal working week will be compensated in line with conditions of service.
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