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Community Safety Partnership Data Analyst (Crime Reduction Analyst)

Department:
Communities
Location:
Aylesbury
Salary Details:
£26,556 - £29,892 pro rata
Advertising End Date:
04 Apr 2019
About The Role

Community Safety Partnership Data Analyst (Crime Reduction Analyst)
12 months Fixed Term, 22.5 hours per week

Are you looking to further your career? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Community Safety Analyst within the Community Safety Partnerships in Buckinghamshire. 

As a key Community Safety partner, Aylesbury Vale District Council is looking for an experienced Community Safety Analyst to lead on the strategic analytical function supporting and informing both the priorities of District Community Safety Partnerships and the Safer Bucks Plan.

The main duties of the role are as follows;

• Analyse intelligence to identify patterns and trends which relate to the locations, victims, suspects, methodology and/or other activities; informing the work of the strategic and operational partnership groups around Serious Violent Crime, ASB, Criminal Drugs Exploitation, CSE etc.

• To produce the annual Strategic Assessment for the Safer & Stronger Bucks Partnership Board, appropriate for high level assessment as well as informing District CSPs of local priorities. Providing explanatory evidence behind trends and analytical evidence, challenging data where required, and offering recommendations where appropriate.

• Keep up to date with information sharing legislation to facilitate, develop and distribute the collection of partnership data across internal and external partners including other local authority departments, police, registered social landlords, probation, fire service, health and voluntary and community agencies/groups.

Employed by AVDC, you will be located at Aylesbury police station working alongside the police analyst and so a vetting process will be required to access appropriate systems.

Requirements

• Standard DBS and police vetting.

• Relevant degree or working towards an equivalent qualification.

• Specialist knowledge in one or more of the following areas: crime, community safety and crime and disorder reduction, offender management, County Lines, youth offending, drugs and alcohol, Anti- Social Behaviour, Data protection & Information Sharing.

• Previous public sector experience.

If you have any questions or would like an informal conversation about the position, please contact Chris Oliver, Community Safety Advisor on 01296 585005 or via email at coliver@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk
 
For full details about the role, please click on the Role Profile tab to apply.
  

On 01 November 2018, it was announced by the government that the five councils in Buckinghamshire will become a single unitary authority in April 2020.  Any changes made to the structure of local authorities in the county may affect council employees in the future.  Therefore, the five councils have agreed to restrict applications to this position to current employees of the five councils for a period of seven days from this date of posting. 

External candidates are welcome to submit their application at any point; however, if a current employee applies during this seven day period, their application will be assessed prior to the council considering applications from external candidates.

If you have any questions, please contact AVDC Recruitment at recruitment@aylesburyvaledc.gov.uk
 
Please note that we only consider applications made via our website.
About You

Customer focus & insight – You will ensure that our customers are the driving force behind everything that we do by having a strong commercial focus.  You will provide excellent customer service, delivering value to all our customers.

Delivering results – You will be accountable and aware of what our customers need.  At every opportunity you will look for ways to continually improve the service provided to our customers, working within financial constraints.

Maximising personal potential – You are constantly looking to develop and challenge yourself, maximising  your personal potential and that of others. You will create opportunities and act with integrity to empower  yourself and others, to be the best they can be. 

Building effective relationships – You will collaborate and build valuable relationships, internally and externally, to ensure the success of AVDC, by actively listening and communicating clearly with everyone you interact with.  

Innovating and adapting to change – You are forward thinking and solution focused,  you are confident  working  with others to create, develop and implement new ideas.

 
About Us

AVDC is at the forefront of changing the way that local authorities work in the future. We have adopted a more commercial approach where we strive to generate income streams and find more cost effective ways of operating.

Our vision is to secure the economic, social, and environmental wellbeing of the area. Our aim is to create more business opportunities, so that ultimately we can ‘give back’ to the community. We already have success in providing extra home and garden services for sale to residents under the Limecart brand, and the business support services we offer under the Incgen brand.
 
We pride ourselves on offering a fantastic, family friendly place to work. We promote flexible working with many opportunities for learning and development, along with an attractive benefits package. We have a state of the art head office at The Gateway, with easy access and free parking.
 
As an ambitious council with a strong culture based on clearly defined values, underpinned by a Commercial Behavioural Framework, we are looking for enthusiastic, commercially minded, motivated people to be part of our team.

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