Job Type: Full Time / Temporary
Minimum Salary: 0.00
Maximum Salary: 0.00
Job Location: Morden, London
Job Title: Anti-Social Behaviour Officer
Work Pattern: 35 hours
Type: Temp on going
Location: Morden, SM4 5DX (Hybrid working available)
Driving License Requirement: Yes
Purpose of the Role
I am representing a client based in Morden, who are looking for someone to implement prevention and enforcement to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour across the Borough. You will be expected to promote the Anti-Social Behaviour team's services within the community and voluntary sector; internal and external agencies and enhance partnership working to reduce anti-social behaviour. Additionally, you will provide support to the Senior ASB Officer with reference to researching clients, consulting with key partners; developing action plans to reduce anti-social behaviour.
Consult with partners (i.e.: Police, Education, Legal, Graffiti and Housing) ensuring exchange of information is correct and made on a timely basis.
Co-ordinate research and actions on candidates at the ASB Case Panel, in accordance with the ASBU Procedure i.e.: drafting Warning Letters, Acceptable Behaviour Agreements (ABA) and, where necessary, issuing them to perpetrators.
Responsible for monitoring Warning Letters/ABAs through regular intelligence gathering.
Co-ordinate with lead agency in collection of evidence and collation of evidential case files, which may include collecting statements and setting out prohibitions for Anti-Social Behaviour Orders.
Attend Court to present ASBO applications, which may include providing a witness statement, attending as a professional witness.
Lead on ASB research regarding offenders and candidates proposed at Prolific and Other Priority Offender (PPO) meeting, Youth Inclusion Support Panels (YISP), DV and Hate Crime panel and other relevant panels/forums.
Understand issues facing local communities in relation to ASB, and powers and legislation available to local authorities and other agencies to tackle ASB.
Crime & Disorder Act 2012
Police Reform Act 2002
Anti-Social Behaviour Crime & Policing Act 2014
Domestic Violence Crime & Victims Act 2004
Police and Justice Act 2006.
A good understanding of the principles of partnership and multi-agency working, and ways in which customer care can be practically demonstrated.
Knowledge of, and commitment to the Council's Equalities and Diversity, Health and Safety, Data Protection, Freedom of Information and Human Rights Policies.
Experience of managing, generating, and maintaining accurate administrative records, ability to compile informative reports mindful of section 115 of the Crime and Disorder Act, Human Rights Act, Data Protection Act and the Freedom of Information Act.
Undertake training in accordance with council policy as necessitated by legislation.
If you are interested in this position and meet the above criteria, please send your CV now for consideration.
If you require any additional information regarding the position, please call Joel at Service Care Solutions on (phone number removed) or send an E-Mail to (url removed)