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Crime and Community Safety Analyst

£29,439 per year (ERYC Grade 8)
Term Entry
Fixed term
Type Hours
Full Time (37 hours per week)
Monday to Friday
County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA
Closing date
Job closes on 14 April
Interview date
Interviews are To be confirmed
Service area
Service area: East Riding Community Safety Partnership
Job reference
Job reference: HTPP000860
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The job itself

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen for a Crime and Community Safety Analyst to join the East Riding Business Intelligence team. The role is a newly developed post funded through the East Riding Community Safety Partnership. This role is an externally funded role through the East Riding Community Safety Partnership and will be employed through the East Riding into the Business Intelligence Team to allow for the most suitable working environment for the post-holder. This will offer the post-holder the unique position working between other analysts and the wider Community Safety network.

The postholder will be responsible for developing, researching, analysing and interpreting information to provide high quality analysis and research to support and influence the priorities and deployment of partnership funding and resources. The role has two distinct areas of responsibility: focusing ½ of the role on the Community Safety Partnership, and ½ on data analysis specifically regarding domestic abuse. Community Safety elements include the development of our annual Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment and to support the evidence gathering and data-sharing development required to meet the Serious Violence Duty.

Domestic Abuse responsibilities include developing, researching, analysing / interpreting, and presenting partnership domestic abuse data at strategic and operational level.

This will require the development, collation, capture, analysis, and presentation of a Strategic Domestic Abuse Partnership Dashboard to our statutory Strategic Domestic Abuse Board.

The postholder will also be supported by peers across Humber in the adjoining Community Safety Partnerships by their analysts and by the Information and Outcomes Analyst within the new Humber Violence Prevention Partnership to develop approaches inline with the locality area.

Within the East Riding Business Intelligence Team you will be part of a pool of flexible analytical resources who have collective responsibility for identifying new and emerging issues as well as understanding how the authority and partners are performing and reviewing the effectiveness of our response to these issues.

Key Accountabilities:

To support delivery of the East Riding Community Safety Partnerships and Strategic Domestic Abuse business intelligence function that will influence current and future strategic service delivery/policy decisions both internally and across multi-agency working. More specifically:

1.To assist in the provision of robust evidence (through the identification of appropriate data sources and intelligence) to influence and underpin sound decision making and resource allocation. This will include supporting evidence gathering for needs assessment; planning for partners under the Serious Violence Duty; and being responsible for the DA Partnership Dashboard for Domestic Abuse, reporting to the Strategic Domestic Abuse Board

  1. To support the use of business intelligence, including crime and domestic abuse data sets to identify needs of customers and inform future preventative strategies and interventions which will seek to reduce demand on more costly services and improve outcomes for residents. To develop and complete an annual JSIA for the East Riding CSP.
  2. To develop a Partnership Domestic Abuse Dashboard which will gather partner data at both operational and strategic level regarding domestic abuse and analyse interpret and report on this information at Strategic Level.
  3. To help create intelligence about customer insight/resident profiling to influence service design and delivery using appropriate data.
  4. To provide data to assist in agreed consultations, on behalf of services and to inform changes to policy, service design and drive improvement across the Council.
  5. To assist with analyses from the outcomes of consultation where appropriate and compilation of data to feedback to residents/respondents.
  6. To support the provision of business intelligence to influence the outcomes and effective use of resources as part of the work programme for East Riding Community Safety Partnership and Strategic Domestic Abuse Board
  7. To compile economic and demographic trends and analyses the relevance for, and likely impact on, the East Riding Community Safety Partnership, Strategic Domestic Abuse Board, and partners, including contributing to the development of various strategies.
  8. To support provision of business intelligence in a graphical and GIS mapping format for example, to support strategic funding bids to the Police Crime Commissioner and the Home Office. To provide bespoke intelligence on a specific area of crime and community safety.
  9. To Lead in the maintenance of the East Riding CSP Public facing data platforms.
  10. To provide support in the gathering of and signposting to key information/data from a range of government and multi-agency sources for inclusion in the Intelligence Hub.
  11. To provide in the analysis and interpretation of information and intelligence from a range of sources for inclusion in the Intelligence Hub and were commissioned by Council services and partner organisations.

Want to know more?

Get in touch for more information.

Katie Norfolk
Principal Business Intelligence Officer
01482 396320
Matthew Temperton
Community Safety Partnership Manager
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