We are recruiting Contact Handlers - could you be one of them?
- missing people
- road traffic collisions
- concerns for welfare
- crimes in action
providing an appropriate level of guidance and advice in the effective application of the internal, national and local frameworks.
Successful applicants will effectively manage operational policing incidents ensuring that adequate resources and responses are allocated to incidents in order to maximise customer satisfaction and build confidence in a high quality policing service.
999 calls (emergency)
You will ensure that all 999 emergency calls are answered promptly within the departmental and national targets, and managed in line with the decision making model. The role will involve recording incidents in accordance with national and local guidance, and standards on the management of police information. You will be investigating and resolving enquiries, demonstrating ownership of each call handled by questioning and understanding individual circumstances and gathering sufficient details to risk assess by utilising National Decision Making Model to progress incidents via the creation of incident, grading for emergency, priority, negotiated or non-deployment.
101 calls (non-emergency)
You will answer 101 non-emergency calls from both internal and external sources promptly and professionally in line with departmental and national targets by liaising with other members of the force to direct telephone calls to the right destinations.
Make an application
Applications close on Sunday 17 February at 11.55pm.
Please note: This advert has been placed for a 6 week period. Once your application has been received, it will be processed prior to the closing date advertsied.