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Professions

We are able to provide a variety of highly skill professionals within a short timeframe. With access to over 10,000 experience law enforcement candidates on our database, our network is unrivalled by any other staffing services in the industry.

  • UK Anti-Doping (UKAD)
  • National Trading Standards
  • The Health Care Professional Council (HCPC)
  • The Nursing Midwifery Council (NMC)
  • Information Commissioners Office (ICO)

Examples of skills we work with:

Legal

We are able to deploy candidates with law experience to provide legal services in support of regulatory investigations concerning ‘fitness to practice cases’ or Document Review exercises as part of disclosure process.

Safeguarding

Our consultants are able to provide safeguarding subject matter experts to assist with investigations by safeguarding victims and potential victims from further harm. Roles we usually work are centred around managing caseloads, acting on referrals, working on investigations, taking statements and making recommendations on safeguarding concerns raised.

Investigations

Investigations is one of the main professions we work on. Our workers are able to assist with enforcing the legislation and using legal powers available to you as the investigation officer.

Intelligence

The intelligence function is a vital part of the investigative processes and involves dissemination intelligence cycle of collection, risk assessing, research analysis and final dissemination of intelligence. We deploy many Intelligence professionals with experience in the field.

Working for Regulatory Bodies

Regulators are arms-length government agencies set up to regulate particular parts of commercial markets, professions or specific parts of society. UK regulators therefore offer lots of roles from investigators to intelligence roles which are suitable for former and retiring police officers. In fact, the footprint for their remit is very similar to the responsibilities of UK policing – a regulator actively polices its area of responsibility, which can include:

– Enforcing a rule book of regulations
– Investigating breaches of this rule book
– Gathering evidence of any breach
– Analysing the extent of breaches
– Managing intelligence
– Advising on sanctions and punishments

Regulatory Jobs:

Legal

Roles in this profession provide legal services in support of regulatory investigations concerning ‘fitness to practice cases’ or Document Review exercises as part of disclosure process.
• Legal adviser
• Paralegal
• Solicitors
• Barrister

Safeguarding

Safeguarding subject matter experts support investigations by safeguarding victims and potential victims from further harm. The roles will be centred around managing caseloads, acting on referrals, working on investigations, taking statements and making recommendations on safeguarding concerns raised.
• Safeguarding officer
• Education Support Officer
• Head of Adjudication
• Complaints Manager
• Hearings Coordinator
• Process/Policy Manager

Investigations

Working in investigations involves enforcing the legislation and using legal powers available to you as the investigation officer. A sound understanding of the ACTs PACE, CPIA, RIPA help investigators gather evidence relevant for the case and for the use in court proceedings.
• Financial Crime Investigator
• Investigation Officer
• Online Investigator
• Enforcement Officer
• Counter Fraud Officer
• Case Officer
• Regulatory Officer
• Regulation Assistant

Intelligence

The intelligence function is a vital part of the investigative processes and involves dissemination intelligence cycle of collection, risk assessing, research analysis and final dissemination of intelligence.
• Intelligence Researcher
• Intelligence Officer
• Intelligence Analyst
• Disclosure Officer
• Intelligence Coordinator