Regional Review Unit Manager

Beaumont Leys

£37,953 - £41,139

Full Time
Suitable for Job Share, Flexi-time, Part Time

As a team we carry out independent reviews of serious and major crime inquiries.

We are looking for a Regional Review unit Manager to join our fast paced and dynamic team, on a full time, permanent basis.

The East Midlands Special Operations Unit (EMSOU) is one of the largest collaborative policing units in the country, delivering specialist capabilities on behalf of the five East Midlands police forces. You’ll play a significant role in ensuring that the major case and incidents are independently and objectively reviewed.  You’ll have a keen eye for detail to ensure that nothing is overlooked within the investigation process.

You will have a good working knowledge of Major Incident room procedures, the role of the PIP3 SIO, the PIP 4 role as well as forensic opportunities and techniques that may be applied to major / serious crime investigations.

You’ll be a great leader and will oversee a team of Review Officers. You’ll ensure your team understand organisational goals and initiatives. Encourage a culture of improvement and innovation whilst maintaining effective performance and high standards of service to the public.

You’ll undertake major case / incident reviews ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and National guidelines.  You’ll be able to critically review and probe issues, present findings and recommendations/learnings of such reviews within agreed timeframes to key stakeholders.

As a confident communicator, you will have the ability to liaise and work with the Senior Investigating Officer and teams to review the process. Identifying any prevention and investigation opportunities are identified and reported on. You’ll have the ability to build relationships and maintain close links with the Forensic Science Service, other Police Forces and outside agencies to assist with the review process.

As subject matter expert you keep yourself and team up to date with relevant policy, legislation and guidance concerning investigation of major crime.

On some occasions you may have to attend court to give evidence.

Within 2 years you'll attend and pass an accredited Review Officers Course if you haven't done so already. 

Whether you join us for on-going career development or in a highly rewarding job with good pay and flexible hours to suit your needs, we are confident you will enjoy working in our modern, dynamic and fast-moving organisation where teamwork and co-operation really does count for everything.

For more detailed information about EMSOU, visit the website:

Due to the nature of vetting clearance required for this role you must have 5 years continuous residency in the UK.

If this sounds like the role for you, please see the full job description and click to apply.

Closing date: Sunday, 11 December 2022 at 23:55.

Interview to take place: 19-21 December 2022.

This opportunity is closed to applications.