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Criminality involved in the organised exploitation of the vulnerable continues to evolve, and in some cases, thrive. Significant work is already being undertaken by UK law enforcement to tackle organised exploitation such as county lines, human trafficking, modern slavery, child sexual exploitation, and child sexual abuse; however, this landscape is complex, and requires a sophisticated solution 

The Tackling Organised Exploitation (TOEX) programme, a national project between the NPCC and NCA, is an innovative approach, which will build on and continue to strengthen the reach and impact of policing activity to disrupt the organised exploitation of the vulnerable. The model will deliver a holistic, threat-neutral approach to tackling and preventing organised exploitation, creates efficiencies in resources, intelligence and information sharing and safeguards the most vulnerable in society. 

Following a successful Spending Review bid with funding secured for £4 million for the financial year 2021 – 2022, there are a number of exciting opportunities for experienced and skilled candidates to join the TOEX Programme as part of the national team, embedded within regional structures.  

These roles will be based within one of the Regional Organised Crime Units (ROCUs). These units form a critical part of the national policing network, provide a range of specialist policing capabilities to forces which help them to tackle serious and organised crime effectively. These capabilities include undercover policing, specialist surveillance, and cyber-crime investigation. 

ROCUs investigate and disrupt organised crime groups operating across police force boundaries, additionally they act as an important point of connection between police forces and the National Crime Agency (NCA).  

If successful, you will be part of this cutting-edge programme, which will deliver a first of its kind intelligence and performance framework, innovative technology and build on work already undertaken to enhance the reach and capacity of forces against these serious threats.  

Currently, vacancies for the West Midlands, South East and North East regions are open as well as roles within the national team; however, more vacancies will be coming soon! More information can be found by clicking on the menus below or downloading the relevant recruitment brochure from the right-hand side menu. 

Further Information 

If you would like to know more about the ROCU based roles, please contact the TOEX HR lead, Rona Murray, via [email protected].  

 

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TOEX jobs based in Norfolk

We currently have some positions based at our HQ in Wymondham Norfolk, which also allows you to work from home remotely. For more information on the roles click on the link and read more about the roles available. 

Business Analyst

The TOEX Business Analyst will elicit, analyse, specify, and validate the business needs of clients. Interviewing, gathering and compiling user requirements to understand the technology solutions they need to access the TOEX Regional Analytical Performance and Threat Operational Response tool (RAPTOR) and other complementary TOEX intelligence and performance tools.

Performance Analyst

Led by our Intelligence Development Manager, the performance team will be responsible for the development and delivery of strategic and performance products, using TOEX’s innovative RAPTOR system. Working alongside our national Intelligence Analysts who will test, learn from and refine the TOEX response, we are seeking to recruit a Performance Analyst who will create and adapt the strategic and performance assessments.

Coming on-board during our pilot year means that you will be part of a team supporting brand new ways of working – be integral to ground breaking collaborations - and contribute to the disruption of organised networks built upon exploitation.

TOEX Intelligence Researcher (NERSOU)

Job Title: Intelligence Researcher 

Reports To: TOEX Intelligence Development Manager 

Responsible for: N/A 

Location: Based within the Regional Organised Crime Unit (NERSOU) with flexibility to work from home each week 

Vetting: MV-SC 

Purpose: The TOEX Intelligence Researcher will undertake qualitative and quantitative research to produce intelligence and/or inform analytical products. During the pilot year, this will be a singular resource within the ROCU, which will be line-managed remotely by the central team. This is an interesting opening for candidates who consider themselves as self-starters with an enthusiasm for research, which they would like to develop further into the disciplines of intelligence or data analysis. 

How to apply: To apply for the TOEX Intelligence Researcher role, please click on the relevant link below:  

https://northumbriapolice.engageats.co.uk/ViewVacancyV2.aspx?enc=mEgrBL4XQK0+ld8aNkwYmKfckgl9MrlC7ZB/9Fyf8w5bv81FJt+SurO7FOnp0w+c7cSuP7oGt6Seiv46OfriBdZri3PClfeHeboKcS6gGAruzDFAMJMdH3P3aAbTaOAe9pJgLp7BaF8BEVR1dDCr2Q==

TOEX Intelligence Development Officer (ROCUWM)

Job Title: Intelligence Development Officer

Reports To: Higher Intelligence Analyst 

Responsible for: N/A

Location: Based within the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCUWM) with flexibility to work from home each week 

Vetting: MV-SC 

Purpose: The post holder will develop intelligence to identify threat, risk, harm and opportunity against serious and organised crime offenders. The role will focus on the gathering, analysis, interpretation, development and dissemination of covertly obtained intelligence in the furtherance of TOEX Operating Model.

How to apply: To apply for the TOEX Intelligence Development Officer role, please click on the relevant link below:  

https://wmp.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/rocu-toex-intelligence-officer-grant-funded-to-31st-march-2022-1262

TOEX Intelligence Analyst (ROCUWM)

Job Title: Intelligence Analyst 

Reports To: Senior Intelligence Analyst 

Responsible for: N/A 

Location: Based within the Regional Organised Crime Unit (ROCUWM) with flexibility to work from home each week 

Vetting: MV-SC

Purpose: After developing the terms of reference with the client, the TOEX Intelligence Analyst will work with the Data Insights Analyst to utilise new and existing analytical and research to develop operational products and briefings, inferences as well as testing hypotheses and making recommendations. 

How to apply: To apply for the TOEX Intelligence Analyst role, please click on the relevant link below:  

https://wmp.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/rocu-toex-intelligence-analyst-grant-funded-to-31st-march-2022-1261

TOEX Intelligence Researcher (SEROCU)

Job Title: Intelligence Researcher 

Reports To: TOEX Intelligence Development Manager 

Responsible for: N/A 

Location: Based within the Regional Organised Crime Unit (SEROCU) with flexibility to work from home each week 

Vetting: MV-SC 

Purpose: The TOEX Intelligence Researcher will undertake qualitative and quantitative research to produce intelligence and/or inform analytical products. During the pilot year, this will be a singular resource within the ROCU, which will be line-managed remotely by the central team. This is an interesting opening for candidates who consider themselves as self-starters with an enthusiasm for research, which they would like to develop further into the disciplines of intelligence or data analysis. 

How to apply: To apply for the TOEX Intelligence Researcher role, please click on the relevant link below:  

https://thamesvalleypolice.tal.net/vx/appcentre-Internal/brand-0/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/11/opp/5968-Intelligence-Researcher-Tackling-Organised-Exploitation-Programme-TOEX-Fixed-Term-Contract-Secondment-Opportunity-role-is-funded-until-31-March-2022/en-GB