Criminal Justice Trainer - Grade E

Merseyside Police - Liverpool L3 (29 days ago)

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To work as part of a Transformation and Development team which will identify, research, design, prepare and deliver innovative and creative training packages to meet Criminal Justice needs. Post holders must have a recognised police training or teaching qualification eg. PGCE, Cert Ed to enable the post holders to deliver training effectively. An understanding of criminal justice policies and procedure and their impact on the community, to ensure that training is effective. Knowledge of relevant Force IT, specifically Niche, Storm, DEMS, PNC, Fotoware (not exhaustive) and the Criminal Justice System digital working. Excellent communication, report writing and interpersonal skills in order to communicate at all levels, both within and outside the organisation and to operate effectively within a training environment. This involves good presentation and facilitation skills to utilise when conducting training events and meetings. Full JDQ available.
Merseyside Police is committed to developing a Police Service that is representative of the diverse communities that we police and serve. As an employer, we strive to ensure that all our personnel practices, including recruitment, promotion and development are applied consistently and fairly and that the overriding principle governing selection is merit.
Although the diversity of our staff is improving, we are not fully representative yet and are addressing this imbalance through a variety of initiatives such as providing appropriate advice, encouragement and support throughout the recruitment/promotion process specifically for people who are underrepresented * within the organisation.
By embedding diversity of thought throughout Merseyside Police means that talent can be properly recognised and nurtured - wherever it may be. A diverse workforce brings with it advantages such as:

Providing more adaptability in terms of problem solving by offering a wider array of possible solutions;

Multi-cultural organisations are better positioned to serve multi-cultural communities, by overcoming language and cultural barriers.
Having a Police service that is reflective of the community will ensure that Merseyside Police has a Police Service of skilled Police Officers, Staff and Volunteers with the core values required to meet the highest standards and expectations of the public of Merseyside.

For further information, please contact the Positive Action Team by emailing

  • Underrepresented groups in Merseyside police include Disabled, Ethnic Minority Groups (i.e Asian, Black, Chinese, Polish etc.), Females, Minority Religious groups (i.e. Jewish, Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Buddhism etc.), Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual (Sexual Orientation), Transgender (Gender Identity).