Red Snapper Managed Services' Opportunities in Staffordshire
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Red Snapper Managed Services has partnered with Staffordshire Council to combat anti-social behaviour whilst providing public safety to the wider community. We are looking for individuals who are passionate about their community and want to make a difference. As a first of its kind in delivering on-street interventions, we are looking not only to bring reform to anti-social behaviour but also challenge the mindset of hard to reach individuals in Staffordshire. Join us and make a change – apply via the links below.
Job Title – Community Safety Officer
Role type – Contract – 1 year fixed contract
Basic Salary – £26,000 to 28,000 per annum
Location – Staffordshire
We are deploying a team of community safety officers across the county of Staffordshire. The purpose of this role is to provide a uniformed presence to deter and reduce anti-social behaviour (ASB), deter and reduce other neighbourhood crimes, increase community confidence and reduce levels of fear. You work to resolve issues directly or indirectly, through utilising/calling on other RSMS or partner resources.
- Provide a highly visible presence/capable guardianship via patrols in specific locations at agreed times. You will patrol as a team of two in one of five designated areas.
- Engage in multi-agency problem solving the ASB in hot-spots as appropriate
- Utilise the full range of tools and powers available to address and prevent future ASB
- Work in close liaison with the Specialist Diversionary Workers to ensure a rounded approach to ASB; enforcement coupled with support as appropriate.
- Provide a reassuring presence particularly for more vulnerable people including the elderly, young people and women.
- Actively engage with the public, businesses and other organisations to understand their concerns, gather intelligence and provide feedback
- Raise awareness of the need to report and the process for reporting ASB
- Provide professional witness capability via staff
- Ensure information intelligence and reports outside the scope of the service are referred to the police or other relevant agency
Job Title – Specialist Diversionary Worker/Community Rehabilitation Officer
Role type – Contract – 12 Months Fixed Contract
Basic Salary – £26,000 – £28,000 per annum
Location – Staffordshire
We are seeking a dedicated police officer who has specialist knowledge in Public Protection and Safeguarding who will take charge when engaging Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) and assessing the circumstances surrounding it. You will report to the ASB Manager and will be interacting with the public by providing a reassuring presence, educating members of the public with brief ‘on the street’ interventions.
- Provide a highly visible presence/capable guardianship via patrols in specific locations at agreed times (minimum of 2 specialist diversionary workers in each patrol, in each of the 5 areas, a minimum of 5 days per week for a duration of 8 hours), in agreement with local police teams.
- Engage with those committing Anti-Social Behaviour to; assess the circumstances and understand the causal factors of the ASB, provide advice, information and guidance, provide evidence based immediate interventions appropriately and refer to relevant support services via signposting.
- Engage with those concerned about/affected by ASB, providing advice, information, signposting and referral to relevant enforcement services.
- Provide a reassuring presence, particularly for more vulnerable people including the elderly, young people and women.
- Actively engage with the public, businesses and other organisations to understand their concerns, gather intelligence and provide feedback.
- Ensure information, intelligence and reports outside the scope of the service are referred to the police or other relevant agencies.
- Deliver ‘on the street’ interventions as appropriate for the purposes of rehabilitation.
- To prepare progress reports of offender progress and record interaction