Change is both a challenge and opportunity and over the next two years policing will change significantly. The three programmes that form the Digital Policing Portfolio (DPP) are key to ensuring we maximise the the opportunities that the digital transformation brings. But the immediate challenge for policing is ensuring police professionals from across the country are at the heart of designing and delivering a modern, efficient and effective police service.
That is why we need to draw those involved from key roles in local forces to the national programmes to ensure the delivery whats is needed most and what will work for all the stakeholders. Over the next few weeks I will highlight some of the opportunities to join the DPP.
It’s not just warranted officers we need, there are great opportunities for highly skilled police staff to play key roles in our digital future. If you want to know more then please get in touch. If you have concerns about working away from force then again I am happy to share my experience. I spent 15-years at Staffordshire Police before taking this secondment opportunity so I understand the reasons not to apply.
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The Change and Communications Lead will be responsible for leading the delivery of change activities and communications on behalf of the Portfolio and the three programmes. The Change and Communications Lead will work closely with the Business Engagement Lead to ensure there is a consistent approach to engaging and working with police forces. In addition, the Change and Communications Lead will guide engagement activities with national stakeholders, including the National Police Chiefs Council, Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and the Home Office. Click to find out more.
The Communications Consultant will be responsible for developing and implementing communications on behalf of the portfolio and three programmes, working with the Change and Communications Lead to ensure communications are in line with the overarching strategy. They will work closely with the programmes to understand the stakeholder landscape and determine appropriate messages that need to be communicated. More on the DPP LinkedIn page
The post would suit someone within a policing background especially in the field of public contact, or digital change professional. The post holder would be responsible for managing police forces nationwide on-boarding (joining) the national Single Online Home for policing. They will support the Digital Public Contact Lead and team in their delivery of the overall Digital Public Contact programme objectives. Apply now via LinkedIn.
The DII Change Work Stream Lead will be responsible for the coordination of the Business Change and People, Skills and Knowledge work streams within the DII programme. This will involve input into the development of the next phase business case and the necessary change aspects of the programme in support of the National DII Target Operating Model (NDIITOM). This will include co-coordinating teams working closely with Police forces to develop a current / near future operating model and development of business implementation guides to support forces in their DII transformation. The role will manage the capture of people, skills and knowledge requirements to establish a DII skills framework to underpin standardisation across forces through working with partners. This will feed into the development and maturity of the NDII TOM.
The Lead will provide the knowledge and experience necessary to contribute to building an effective change approach for National Policing. – Click to find out more.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a driven individual to join the Digital Policing Portfolio as the project lead for the Digital Evidence Transfer Service (DETS) project.This role would suit someone with project evidence, ideally with a background in policing or criminal justice. The successful candidate would lead on driving and shaping the strategic direction of the DETS project, while supporting the Digital First Programme Lead and the team in their delivery of the overall Digital First & DETS programme objectives.Digital First, led by CC Giles York QPM, has been established to integrate digitised policing into the reformed criminal justice system (CJS), to deliver the best possible service to the public. Our mission is to have all case file information and unstructured multi-media relevant to a criminal prosecution, digitally captured, stored once where possible, and accessible on demand to all Criminal Justice partners, facilitating the effective use of video enabled / virtual justice capabilities. Digital First is one of three programmes that make up the NPCC Digital Policing Portfolio, alongside Digital Public Contact and Digital Intelligence & Investigation.DETS will provide the regulated conduit to share multimedia evidence with the CJS and will provide a number of standardised options to policing that will facilitate editing, storing, quality control and format requirements. More details and apply now via LinkedIn.