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Subject Matter Expert - Digital Forensics (Contract)
Role Title: Subject Matter Expert - Digital Forensics
Project: Transforming Forensics
Location: Can be delivered remotely
Duration: 6 Month contract (with extensions possible)
Transforming Forensics (TF) is a national programme delivering new capabilities into policing to enable forensic service delivery of a fully integrated forensic service that will better support policing and the wider criminal justice system, and adapt more readily to future needs.
The Digital Forensics (DF) project within the TF programme was responsible for delivering the NPCC Digital Forensic Science Strategy, outlining the challenges and opportunities for digital forensic science. These were wide-ranging, from the difficulties with managing the volume of demand for DF analysis to the need to grow and maintain public trust and legitimacy. The project is now focussed on the following priority activities to support the longer-term delivery of that strategy:
The DF Subject Matter Expert (SME) will provide technical and operational support to deliver the desired outcomes successfully.
The post holder will be required to be able to travel nationally utilising public transport or driving therefore should be physically capable of this duty.
NPPV 2 (for non police staff) vetting is required for this post owing to the sensitive nature of information to be dealt with and the agencies involved. This requires UK Residency for the last 3 years.
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