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Vehicle Examiner job description

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Job Summary

To provide a comprehensive vehicle examination service on behalf of the service and to collate and present the findings so as to maximise their evidential value on vehicle related prosecutions

 

Main responsibilities-Vehicle Examiner job description

To employ a variety of analytical, technical and forensic methods to examine, research and establish the identities, status and histories of suspect, stolen or reconstructed vehicles using appropriate technical equipment and examination techniques in accordance with the necessary technical and quality standards.

 

To draft, assemble and prepare complex reports/files and statements of evidence, including the use of personal interviews.

 

Liaise with the CPS regarding prosecution files.

 

Liaise with staff  e.g. uniform and CID officers in the course of gathering information when investigating issues and when answering queries.

 

Exercise designated powers in the obtaining and execution of search warrants and the seizure of stolen goods.

 

Liaise with `experts` relevant to investigations e.g. motor insurance companies, DVLA and the differing motor companies and their research establishments.

 

Main responsibilities [cont]-Vehicle Examiner job description

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Vehicle Examiner job description

To attend, when practicable, locations /scenes of incidents to assist in identifying or negating vehicles involved.

 

To create, conduct and present scene management packages, in relation to major vehicle related crime scenes and to accompany officers from other units and/or divisional officers on operational duties to incidents as required in order to offer technical advice and assistance.

 

To conduct and conclude vehicle related enquiries in response to national ACPO/SMMT/DVLA commitments and follow up enquiries from major motor manufacturers.

 

To provide and continuously update a relevant specialist knowledge base accessible by and to police officers, outside vehicle related agencies and other bodies, e.g. legal representatives, and to explain and counsel all persons on matters relating to vehicle examinations, providing appropriate advice and information.

 

To design and provide training in basic vehicle identification skills to police constables and traffic patrol officers and provide training sessions for probationer police constables and other relevant bodies.

 

To disseminate good practice in respect of vehicle related crime throughout the force and to arrange, attend and conduct vehicle surgeries for the purpose of vehicle examination, held at any one of the divisions.

 

 

Specialist knowledge/skills and abilities: Essential

 

A good working knowledge of a range of motor vehicles and component parts.

 

Able to produce accurate and concise written work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Desirable:

A working knowledge of one or more of the scientific support disciplines i.e. fingerprints, photography or forensic science.

Has a knowledge of criminal law and its effects.

Training/ experience required: Vehicle Examiner job description

 

Essential:

-Experience of working in a customer focused environment.

-Experience liaising at all levels throughout an organisation.

-Good general standard of education.

-Educated to GCSE/O level or equivalent

Desirable:

-Has attended a manual-handling course.

-Worked in a similar position or for a similar organisation.

Has keyboard or computer experience.

Other requirements: Essential:

 

-Has a full and valid driving licence.

-Has achieved a good attendance record.

-Fit to carry out duties including walking, bending, climbing, working in confined spaces etc.

Vehicle Examiner job description

 

To attend Civil, Crown, Magistrates, High and Coroner`s Court and present evidence in both criminal and civil proceedings as an expert witness, including the deployment of photographs or other exhibits.

 

 

 

 

To ensure that appropriate registers, records and catalogues e.g. ID marks, vehicle examinations, seized property; are correctly maintained and updated including the update, access and usage of information via national and local computer bases systems.

 

Vehicle Examiner job description

 

To ensure the security of all workshops, premises, tools, and equipment and to ensure that all tools, equipment and protective clothing are maintained to professional standards, which also includes: computers, cameras, section motor vehicles.

 

Prepare evaluation reports on current and proposed equipment.

 

Responsible for the care and maintenance of all vehicle examination unit equipment

 

To ensure compliance with statutory requirements in relation to information management including the Data Protection Act 1998, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the Code of Practice on Management of Police Information 2005, as appropriate