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Where Are All The Police? – An Analysis of Police Resources


3. CID – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed on administrative, clerical or other support duties on behalf of general CID, asset confiscation, burglary, drugs, fraud, stolen vehicles, vice or other permanent CID squads (not including National Crime Squad). (9) 1. CID Aides/Trainee Investigators – Operational - Officers temporarily seconded to CID (8) but not those on short attachments for familiarisation or assessment purposes, i.e. permanent post within a unit occupied by a CID aide. (10) 2. Communications – Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the provision, maintenance, research, development and administration of radio, telephone and communications networks. 3. Communications – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the provision, maintenance, research, development and administration of radio, telephone and communications networks. (11) 1. Community Safety/Relations – Operational - Staff who predominantly undertake community safety work, including community relations, schools liaison, crime reduction, youth offender teams, closed circuit television or visual aids unit. Staff who are predominantly employed as Crime Prevention/Crime Reduction or Architectural Liaison Officers, or dealing with repeat victimisation 2. Community Safety/Relations – Operational Support - Staff who predominantly support staff undertaking community safety work (including Crime Prevention/Crime Reduction and Architectural Liaison Officers). Include analysts and administrative assistants. (12) 1. Complaints and Discipline – Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed in the investigation and administration of complaints and discipline matters. 2. Complaints and Discipline – Operational Support - Staff who predominantly support those employed in the investigation and administration of complaints and discipline matters. 3. Complaints and Discipline – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed in the administration of complaints and discipline matters. (13) 1. Control Room (Call Handlers) – Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed as Control Room Operatives in either force or area control rooms including officers employed as telephonists. Do not include Staff who are predominantly employed in dealing with front office enquiries from the public (see 25). 2. Control Room (Call Handlers) – Operational Support – Staff who are predominantly employed as Control Room Operatives in either force or area control rooms including officers employed as telephonists. Do not include Staff who are predominantly employed in dealing with front office enquiries from the public (see 25). Include CAD Controllers. (14) 1. Coroner's Officer – Operational - Staff who are predominantly assigned to duties in connection with sudden deaths and inquests. 2. Coroner's Officer - Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly assigned to support duties in connection with sudden deaths and inquests. (15) 3. Corporate Development - Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed within force or area inspection units, including quality assurance and similar functions. Staff who are predominantly employed in the collation of statistics within the force. Staff who are predominantly employed in research and development, operational and strategic planning and information and policy analysis units. This section does not include officers employed on research and development in connection with computers or communications (see 34). (16) 1. Court Security – Operational - Staff who are predominantly assigned to security duties at magistrates' courts and the Crown Court. (17) 2. Crime and Incident Management – Operational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed on Crime Desks, Crime management units or in Identification Parade Suites. 3. Crime and Incident Management – Organisational Support - Staff who are predominantly employed on Crime Desks, Crime management units or in Identification Parade Suites. (18) 1. Criminal Justice Units – Operational - Staff who are predominantly employed in the administration, checking and processing of prosecution files including liaison with the Crown Prosecution Service and staff who are predominantly employed in the making of additional enquiries required to supplement the quality of files. Staff who are predominantly employed in the processing and


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