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Forensic Nurse Practitioners to work for the Police in the custody environment.
* provide an effective forensic nursing service to the custody suite
* conduct clinical assessments
* identify and implement appropriate interventions
* collect forensic samples
* provide advice and guidance
* maintain detailed and accurate records to ensure the health, safety and welfare of detained people held in police custody.
Attending and verifying death in the community in suspicious and non-suspicious circumstances
Attending court to give evidence
Forensic Nurse job description
The post holder will be required to attend the custody suites in a number of policing areas as well as other external sites such as hospitals or scenes of sudden deaths. Therefore you must have or be able to arrange your own transport, so a full driving license is essential.
The successful applicants will be registered general nurses holding current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council with a competency level equivalent to grade 'G' in the health service.
They will also be assessed as competent to practice autonomously and able to work without supervision.
A background in a specialism such as accident and emergency, drugs, mental health or other relevant discipline would also be useful. The post holders must be competent to issue medication in line with the Patient Group Directive and as part of this will have a sound working knowledge of drugs and their applications as well as the relevant legislation.
6. To work in partnership with service users to enable them to make informed choices about their care and treatment wherever possible
7. Accountable for achieving rigorous adherence to infection control safety practices including hand hygiene and universal precautions
Forensic Nurse job description
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Forensic Nurse Job Description
Good information gathering skills, problem solving and a high level of clinical decision-making skills are required to enable you to interpret findings from clinical assessments and respond with appropriate action. This will enable you to determine whether or not a person with medical, mental, drug or alcohol issues is fit to be detained or interviewed.
The post holder must have excellent communication skills, combined with the ability to quickly build a rapport with individuals under sometimes difficult or confrontational circumstances, showing discretion, tact and diplomacy at all times.
Good organising and time management skills, an eye for detail and the ability to effectively share knowledge and promote understanding of health issues are also vital to the role.
The successful applicant will also need to be competent in IT, particularly Microsoft Office products and email.
The post holder must be able to maintain professional detachment and be comfortable working in a role where they are required to be supportive to individuals while working in an enforcement environment. This may mean the post holder is required to share information, in the appropriate bounds of confidentiality, with, for example, intelligence units, that may lead to action being taken against the individual in line with the force`s core business.