Location: Remote (anywhere in the UK)
Closing date: 2020-07-22

The Proceeds of Crime Act (PoCA) invests the National Crime Agency, Proceeds of Crime Centre (PoCC) with the statutory responsibility for the training, accreditation and monitoring of financial investigators.

The Proceeds of Crime Centre (PoCC) primary role is to provide a Regulatory function through the accreditation and monitoring of powers and is based upon the National Occupational Standards (NOS) in conjunction with the Crown Prosecution Service, National Police Chiefs’ Council service level agreement and the National Crime Agency.

To support the Governments Asset Recovery Action Plan through the development and delivery of PoCA training and accreditation across law enforcement.

To work with Home Office through stakeholder engagement in reviewing the range of public-sector agencies who require but do not have PoCA powers with a view to introduce secondary legislation to amend the range of statutory bodies with PoCA powers.

Provide advice and direction to strategic partners and law enforcement agencies, enabling development and maintenance of financial investigation legislation and capability within UK and overseas jurisdictions through the use of financial tactics

Monitor and improve the performance of financial investigation and asset recovery in the workplace across the whole of the proceeds of crime community.

Read the full job description and apply on the Civil Service Jobs website.

Number of posts: 5

Working pattern: Full-time, Part-time

Job type: Analytical, Strategy and policy

Contract type: Permanent

Grade: G4 (Detective Sergeant / HEO equivalent)

Salary: £30,000+

Reference number: 51136