Band 3G, circa £31,975 (which includes a £5000 reviewable annual supplement) per annum rising to Band 3H, circa £35,581 per annum (depending on qualifications and experience) and 5% on call allowance. Progression based on performance
The High Tech Crime Unit (HTCU) of Thames Valley Police has an exciting opportunity for a Digital Evidence Investigator to be based in Kidlington in Oxfordshire. You will be involved in the most challenging and interesting cases of computer forensics work and will be directly involved in the investigation of serious crime, specifically homicide, child sexual exploitation and complex Fraud.
You will undertake forensic examinations of mobile phones, computers and other electronic devices in accordance with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) guidelines and court approved investigation techniques and provide high quality written and oral evidence that can be presented to the Crown Prosecution Service and at Court as an expert witness. Previous experience in a Digital Forensic environment or related field is essential.
More Information: https://thamesvalleypolice.tal.net/vx/appcentre-External/brand-0/candidate/so/pm/6/pl/1/opp/4628-Digital-Evidence-Investigator/en-GB
Greater Manchester Police is one of the largest police forces in the UK and is responsible for keeping its diverse population of almost 3 million safe, spread over more than 1,200 sq. km. Manchester in particular has been billed as the most diverse city in Europe with its population speaking at least 200 different languages, leading to the city being named as Britain’s “City of languages”. GMP are committed to ensure that the make-up of our workforce is reflective of the communities we serve and we recognise that having a diverse workforce makes us more approachable and relevant to the public. The Greater Manchester Police Digital Forensic Investigation Unit (DIU) is one of the largest and continuously expanding digital forensics teams in the UK, striving to become a centre of excellence for digital forensics. Recently the unit have secured a significant investment to further expand the team to 72 staff and officers over the next 2 years, with the initial expansion focusing on a number of key roles within the team. This expansion is a genuine acknowledgement of the crucial and valuable contribution that digital forensics brings to the modern day police investigation. In addition to the expansion in resources there are plans in place to re-locate the unit along with colleagues from Forensic Services to a purposely designed facility perfectly located on the outer city M60 ring road, with access to all major routes in and out of Manchester. The expansion includes a complete re-design of the unit structure, incorporating new management, supervisory, team leader and co-ordination related positions. The uplift also includes increases in technical and investigative positions to further enhance the requirement to support front line policing. The DIU is looking for driven and motivated candidates to continue this journey and help support policing in an ever-changing technological environment. In this role you will be responsible for extracting evidence from a wide range of digital devices. This includes examination of mobile devices, cloud acquisitions, and the imaging and triaging of computers. The role will also require you to attend and support police officers at crime scenes and house searches to provide technical assistance and on-scene support. As a member of a dynamic team, you will work closely with others in the unit with different experience and specialisms, and support cutting-edge research and development. You will respond dynamically to different requests and requirements based on risk assessment of cases. You will use your knowledge with your communication skills to present evidence to police investigators, prosecutors and the courts, explaining digital evidence in a manner that can be understood by a wide range of audiences. Ideal for candidates at a graduate level or those with technical experience looking to enter the digital forensic arena, this role offers potential to develop and progress to both roles in specialist acquisition and other digital investigator posts within the unit. This post carries 7.5% irregular hours allowance and 5% weekend enhancement.
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Opentext - The Information Company As the Information Company, our mission at OpenText is to create software solutions and deliver services that redefine the future of digital. Be part of a winning team that leads the way in Enterprise Information Management. The Opportunity We are seeking an experienced, high-energy, team-oriented forensics professional to join us as a Senior Forensics Analyst in our London based OpenText LegalTech EMEA Cloud division. In this position you will work with our broad range of clients to understand and fulfil their needs for everything forensics. Additional responsibilities will include helping this growing team build and develop to ensure we stay at the cutting edge of what is possible, as well as providing mentorship and guidance to less experienced team members. You Are Great At Leading complex forensic collections and investigations from enquiry to completion Conducting forensic analysis and compiling expert witness reports Presenting complex technical issues in a way the layman can understand Mentoring and training junior team members Maintaining positive and professional relationships at all levels Developing and testing new tools and processes Running knowledge share and training sessions for the wider OpenText community Researching and understanding new and emerging technologies and data types What It Takes A Bachelor level degree or equivalent industry qualifications and work experience In-depth knowledge of the English legal system, in particular the Computer Misuse Act and GDPR Proven track record of working effectively with Sales and eDiscovery teams Proficiency with industry standard forensic software and hardware, especially EnCase and Tableau Good organisation and meticulous attention to detail Effective multi-tasker, able to deliver on multiple requests under pressure Ability to prioritise incoming requests from different areas Technically astute with proven ability to use initiative and be creative Excellent written and oral communication skills Flexibility to travel within the EMEA region, often at short notice Competent using standard office software Nice To Have Masters level degree in a relevant subject Experience presenting evidence in court proceedings Knowledge of legal systems in other jurisdictions throughout the EMEA region Working knowledge of ISO forensic laboratory standards A history of writing white-papers or blog posts about relevant industry topics Scripting ability in Python, SQL, PowerShell or Bash Full UK driving license At OpenText we understand and value diversity in our employees and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Professional and highly visible position responsible for overseeing and facilitating the enhancement of whole agency cyber related capabilities and awareness. Responsible for leading and directing the Cyber Investigations Unit, which includes a law enforcement sergeant and multiple detectives who specialize in forensic processing of digital evidence and conducting major investigations, to include internet crimes against children and crimes involving cryptocurrency. Responsible to enhance agency cyber capabilities and awareness by implementing innovative training, developing strategic partnerships within the region and identifying and leveraging cutting edge technology and related investigative strategies. Responsible to coordinate with the agency I.T. section to collaboratively test, protect and secure agency I.T. infrastructure. Must work well in a team setting with other managers and supervisors to reach goals within given time frames. Must have strong interpersonal abilities to communicate technology related concepts as it relates to law enforcement investigations and agency related activities. Evaluates agency needs and requirements and strives to provide outstanding service to our agency members, citizens and external partners.
5 years leadership experience and extensive knowledge of law enforcement investigations. PREFERRED: Master’s Degree in technology related field with five or more years of equivalent experience or BS in Computer Science with 10 years minimum of equivalent experience.
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20/20 vision (corrected/uncorrected), ability to hear conversation at a normal level (assisted or unassisted), ability to stand, kneel, twist, crouch, and stoop for extended periods of time, ability to work extended periods of time while wearing special equipment, ability to work shifts, ability to work in hazardous conditions.
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