1 Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Police Staff Information pack Digital Forensic Specialists
2 ABOUT THE METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE Origins Founded by Sir Robert Peel in 1829, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is one of the oldest police services in the world. The original Metropolitan Police District (MPD) covered a seven mile radius from Charing Cross containing a population of less than two million. This was policed by 1,000 officers. Today, the MPS is made up of 50,000 officers and staff, which includes over 5,000 volunteer police officers from the Metropolitan Special Constabulary (MSC) and its Employer Supported Policing (ESP) programme. The current MPD includes the whole of the Greater London Area, covering 620 square miles and over 8.3 million people. Since April 2000, the boundaries of the MPD have mirrored the 32 London boroughs as shown below.
3 ABOUT THE METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE Organisation The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) now employs over 50,000 people in a wide variety of jobs from uniformed police officers patrolling London s streets to support staff providing essential support services. The Service also includes over 5,000 Special Constable Volunteers. From the beginning, the purpose of the MPS has been to serve and protect the people of London by providing a professional police service; this remains our purpose. The Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis is appointed by the Queen, in consultation with the Home Secretary. The Mayor s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) supervises the police service and publishes an annual policing plan, including performance targets. It reports back to the Mayor, the London Assembly and the community and has a role in the appointment, and if necessary, discipline and removal of senior police officers. The MPS has an annual net budget of 3.6 billion more than 25% of the total police budget for England and Wales. It is one of the largest employers in London and South East of England. The Commissioner has outlined his vision of Total Policing with a total war on crime, total care for victims and total professionalism from our staff at its core. We are committed to delivering excellent policing from tackling anti-social behaviour and other crime in neighbourhoods, through to dealing with terrorists and the most serious criminals often behind the scenes. We rely on the work of warranted officers, police community support officers (PCSOs), special constables and police staff to tackle the range of policing challenges facing London.
4 The following chart shows how the MPS is structured. Metropolitan Police Service STRUCTURE UNTIL APRIL 2015 WHEN: COMMISSIONER Central Area to be amalgamated into the Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe North Area Executive Structure JULY 2014 DEPUTY COMMISSIONER Craig Mackey M E T H E A D Q U A R T E R S Specialist Crime & Operations Neighbourhood Policing Specialist Operations Professionalism Human Resources Commercial & Finance Portfolio & Planning Legal Services Media & Communications Digital Policing ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER DIRECTOR INTERIM DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR INTERIM DIRECTOR Cressida Dick Helen King Mark Rowley Martin Hewitt Robin Wilkinson Anna Klonowski Nina Cope Hugh Giles Martin Fewell Richard Thwaite Specialist Crime Neighbourhood Policing Security & Protection Professional Standards DAC DAC DAC DAC Steve Rodhouse Mark Simmons Patricia Gallan Fiona Taylor Forensic Services Central Area & Roads Policing Protection Misconduct UPP Chair Specialist Proactive Criminal Justice Security Specialist Reactive Community Engagement Met Ops & Intel DAC Maxine de Brunner East Area North Area South Area Counter Terrorism National Coordinator & Counter Terrorism DAC Helen Ball Intelligence Taskforce & Armed Policing West Area S H A R E D S U P P O R T S E R V I C E S Customer Contact Services Finance & Reporting Frontline Services Hire to Retire Logistics Services Procurement Operations Referencing & Vetting
5 ABOUT THE METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE MPS Values, Mission and Priorities Our success depends on us all working towards the same goals. Our strategy, led by the Police Commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe, is called Total Policing. It consists of a set of priorities, set out below, supported by key values. Total Policing ensures that we are on the front foot in tackling criminality in all its forms. Where new techniques or new technology can help in that war, we will maximise use of it. Total Policing also means Total Care for victims preventing people from becoming victims in the first place where possible but, where we have victims, ensuring that the MPS gives the best possible support. And we will do that with Total Professionalism, so that the MPS continues to foster the support and trust of law-abiding Londoners, while ensuring that it is an organisation that all criminals fear. All of this will be underpinned by our values of Courage, Compassion, Integrity and Professionalism. Total War on Crime We are crime fighters. This is a vital part of policing. Tackling crime, arresting criminals and bringing them before a court is the core of what we do, doing whatever we can to arrest criminals and stop crime as long as it is legal and ethical. Total Victim Care It is important that when a victim reports a crime that we tell them how that crime is being progressed and that they have confidence in those dealing with their case. We also need to ensure we are sensitive to the victim s needs, understanding what is unique about them and how we tailor our service to meet their needs. We must always remember that we have a duty of care to our victims. Total Professionalism How we will achieve Total Policing as a whole is through Total Professionalism. Whatever we do, even where we have to be assertive, we do it professionally, courteously and, most importantly, we do it effectively. Setting standards and maintaining these standards across the organisation day in day out. We expect the highest standards from staff across the MPS and rightly so, the work of police is closely scrutinised. Likewise when officers and staff do an outstanding job they should know how much it is valued by the rest of the MPS, and no doubt the Londoners we serve. To make the MPS the best police service, everyone has an important role to play.
6 ABOUT THE METROPOLITAN POLICE SERVICE Our commitment to transform Met Change In October 2012 the Mayor s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) developed and prioritised the 20/20/20 vision for the MPS. This requires the MPS to: Reduce key crimes by 20% by providing 24/7 flexible specialist resource to address existing and emerging crime trends Improve public confidence by 20% by improving the availability, efficiency and visibility of specialist support Cut costs by 20% equivalent to a 500m budget reduction To deliver on both the MPS s vision and the challenges set by the Mayor, the MPS has developed a One Met Model which has at its centre a single corporate HQ. The Met Change programme is designing the future structure of the MPS to realise this transformation. The One Met Model is made up of five areas of work Neighbourhood Policing, Pan-London Services, Control Infrastructure, Met HQ and Support Services. These areas are not structures or business groups but describe how we will deliver our services differently. They will bring together key MPS functions which were formerly fragmented across the operational business groups, and enhance their capabilities. Under each area, work is taking place to design processes and structures that will deliver the services required by a modern Met and achieve the savings needed. Within the Met HQ a new Commercial and Finance Directorate has been created in order to help meet the goal of delivering against the MPS s vision. This Directorate will initially combine the Finance, Procurement and Property functions, and Shared Support Services, but has the potential to include additional functions once confirmation and approvals have been given. Met Change and Total Professionalism are working together with co-ordinated engagement, messages and direction. Total Professionalism will support Met Change by preparing the organisation for the changes and challenges ahead by motivating staff and creating momentum and enthusiasm for the future of the MPS. For further information on the Met Change model and the improvements we are making please visit our website on
7 BACKGROUND TO DIGITAL FORENSIC SERVICES The Digital and Electronics Forensic Service is undergoing a significant change in the way we deliver digital forensics services to the Metropolitan Police Service and the Criminal Justice System. In the future operating model, the Digital and Electronics Forensic Service (DEFS) will offer three levels of service: 1. Self-service for investigating officers using a digital forensic kiosk, which will be placed in key locations such as custody suites. 2. Digital Forensic hubs: small labs spread across London that are staffed by technicians and will undertake digital forensic processes and assist investigating officers in the use of the digital forensic kiosks. 3. Central Digital Forensic laboratory where complex casework will be undertaken as well as research and development activities including the development of new tools and techniques. The principle is to provide rapid examination of digital devices to enable investigations to progress without unnecessary delay. To support this model, DEFS are recruiting Digital Forensics Specialists. You may be required to work anywhere within London. There are eight vacancies in total, spread between four different roles which are: (i) 4x Digital Forensic Specialist (Hub Technical Team Leader) who will be responsible for two digital forensic hubs. The role will include undertaking digital forensic examinations, case management of submissions, line management of technicians and assisting investigating officers in the use of kiosk devices. Candidates should also be able to give technical and strategic advice to Police investigators about the effective use of digital forensics and related disciplines. It is recognised that at present candidates may only have experience of one or potentially two discipline(s) (e.g. computers, phones or CCTV) but they should be able to demonstrate that they are able to learn about examination processes related to a wider range of digital devices. (ii) 1x Digital Forensic Specialist (Computer Examiner). Working in the Central Digital Forensic Laboratory undertaking the examination of complex cases involving computer-based exhibits (including mobile computing devices such as tablets, smart phones and laptops) and undertaking some research and development. (iii) 2x Digital Forensic Specialist (Phone Examiner). Working in the Central Digital Forensic Laboratory undertaking the examination of complex cases involving mobile phone based exhibits and other mobile computing devices such as tablets and undertaking some research and development. (iv) 1x Digital Forensic Specialist (Capability Development). Working in the Central Digital Forensic Laboratory, this is a Research and Development role which includes the development of procedures for the examination of novel digital devices and tools and techniques to assist in forensic analysis carried out both within the hubs and the central lab.
8 JOB DESCRIPTION - DIGITAL FORENSIC SPECIALIST Job title: Digital Forensic Specialist Location: Across London Responsible to: Band M or Band C Manager Core/generic: Undertake digital forensic examinations Manage workload Line management responsibilities, including the support and mentoring of Digital Forensic Technicians (Band I) and Digital Forensic Assistants (Band E) Work in partnership with Directorate of Forensic Services and DEFS managers to develop and deliver change Attend court as an expert witness Work individually and within a team to meet organisational objectives Collate and provide Management Information Ensure compliance with quality management systems, working to ISO standards Comply with all Health and Safety obligations Be on-call and work outside of normal office hours as investigations require. To work within the Directorate s Quality Management System and actively participate in the continuous improvement of the system by engaging in audits, competence tests, reporting non-conformances, etc and suggesting changes to improve the system. Essential Criteria Degree in a relevant technical discipline and/or significant relevant experience (must be evidenced). And: A technical understanding of the equipment/tools used to recover, analyse and process digital data A technical understanding of modern operating systems, commonly used computing/communications devices and forensic analysis techniques Ability to work independently and as part of a team Sound judgment and decision making skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Excellent customer service skills Problem solving skills Ability to systematically undertake research and development projects
9 JOB DESCRIPTION DIGITAL FORENSIC SPECIALIST Plus one (or more) of the following: (i) For the Digital Forensic Specialist (Hub Technical Team Leader), please evidence: Experience of digital forensic examinations Line management experience Customer Service skills Assessment of forensic submissions. (ii) For the Digital Forensic Specialist (Computer Examiner), please evidence: Experience of computer forensics examinations Knowledge and understanding of computing devices and systems at a technical level Experience in software coding, i.e. Python. (iii) For the Digital Forensic Specialist (Phone Examiner), please evidence: Experience of mobile phone forensics examinations Knowledge and understanding of communications devices and systems at a technical level Experience in software coding, i.e. Python. (iv) For the Digital Forensic Specialist (Capability Development), please evidence: Ability to identify and undertake research and development projects within a digital forensics field and present findings to a technical and non-technical audience A deep understanding of electronics, computer science or a field related to digital forensics. Desirable Criteria: Understanding of rules regarding evidence gathering and its presentation at court Working knowledge of relevant legal issues (CPIA, PACE and Human Rights Act etc) Driving license. You are invited to apply for more then one position, please indicate which role you are applying for and complete the application form for all roles. You may be considered for other posts as advertised above. Should you prefer to only be considered for the post applied for, please indicate that on your application form.
10 SPECIALIST/TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK Operational Effectiveness Delivers quality outcomes to meet objectives Uses specialist knowledge and skills to support the delivery of relevant objectives. Ensures a high quality service, balancing the needs of customers and stakeholders. Manages a range of tasks, delivering to time and quality. Adapts and responds to shifting priorities. Deals with challenges and generates solutions. Manages work through informed and reliable judgement Uses specialist knowledge and skills to inform decision-making, and minimise risk where practicable. Provides guidance and support, seeking it where appropriate. Promotes continuous improvement proactively by identifying, sharing and applying lessons learnt. Organisational Influence Acts with Professionalism Behaves appropriately, taking personal responsibility for own actions and setting a good example for other colleagues. Actively demonstrates the promotion of equality and valuing of diversity and helps others to do so. Develops from own experience and supports the development of others where relevant. Takes account of how own behaviour affects others. Maintains a current understanding of specialist area. Shows initiative, personal resilience and motivation to deliver a quality service. Upholds legislation, regulations and policy, acting with integrity and challenging those who do not. Develops effective communications and working relationships Behaves appropriately, taking personal responsibility for own actions and setting a good example for other colleagues. Actively demonstrates the promotion of equality and valuing of diversity and helps others to do so. Develops from own experience and supports the development of others where relevant. Takes account of how own behaviour affects others. Maintains a current understanding of specialist area. Builds effective relationships with customers, colleagues and stakeholders. Communicates effectively and inclusively with customers, senior managers and team members. Ensures clear, two-way communication through listening and responding appropriately, learning and sharing information. Upholds organisational reputation. Resource Management Manages own time and relevant resources efficiently and effectively Prioritises work and use of resources to meet relevant objectives. Ensures time and resources are used in a way that best meets customer and the organisation s needs. Uses the organisation s resources efficiently, ethically and appropriately. Shows support for efficient working.
11 YOUR REWARDS By joining the Metropolitan Police Service, you will be helping to protect the lives of over seven million people. There s nothing more rewarding than knowing that your efforts are having an impact on such a large and diverse community. In return, you will receive a starting salary of 36,479 gross per annum and a current London Location Allowance of 1,902 (zone 2). There is likely to be a relocation to Lambeth in the future, the location allowance would then rise to 3,501 (zone 1). Annual incremental spine points will achieve progression from minimum to maximum of the pay scale. As a member of our team, you will also have access to Met Benefits an external website, offering MPS employees (staff and officers) guaranteed savings at major high street stores and retail outlets nationwide. These benefits are obtained and co-ordinated by Human Resources. You can save money on everything from food, clothes, furniture, electrical and DIY products to hotels, restaurants, cinemas and theatre tickets. All staff are eligible to join the Metropolitan Police Athletic Association (MPAA) and the Metropolitan Police Sports and Social Association (known as the Comets ) and enjoy taking part in sporting and social events. The MPS has four well-equipped Sports clubs at Bushey, Chigwell, Hayes and Imber Court, available to all staff as well as family and friends. For further information regarding the terms and conditions offered by the MPS and assistance in completing your application, please download the guidance notes for Police Staff applications available on the MPS Careers website.
12 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA For further information regarding the eligibility criteria for joining the MPS, please refer to the guidance notes available on the MPS Careers website or contained in the application. The MPS is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable adults. As part of these safeguards, the MPS adopts a consistent and thorough process of safe recruitment in order to ensure that all MPS staff and volunteers are suitable. Posts that involve a high level of contact with children and vulnerable adults will additionally require a Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) check.
13 MAKING AN APPLICATION Your application form will be initially sifted against MPS criteria such as convictions and residency. Following the initial sift your application will be assessed against the role criteria. If successful at this stage we will contact you regarding an interview date. You will receive a minimum of 7 days notice. If you are unsuccessful at this stage we will also write to you and advise you of this. The interview will be a competency-based interview and questions will be posed around the criteria for the role in question, as set out in the advert and information pack. If successful at interview we will send you an initial offer of employment which sets out what happens next. If unsuccessful we will also advise you in writing but will be unable to offer feedback.
14 WHAT TO DO NEXT Please your completed application to: by 4pm on Thursday 14th August Applications should be submitted as an attachment to an we cannot accept online files via SkyDrive. The above address should not be used for general enquiries please visit which includes an Answering Your questions section or contact the HR Advisory Centre on from Monday Friday 8:30am 4:30pm. The recruitment process is thorough and consequently can be quite lengthy. Shortlisting and interviews will be based on the criteria listed. Until an offer of appointment is confirmed in writing, you should not assume your application has been successful.
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