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Intelligence
Officers / Staff whose primary responsibility is dedicated or directed towards gathering, using, analysing or disseminating intelligence at a local, force wide, regional or national level to meet a range of operational policing requirements.
Key Activities may include developing overt and covert intelligence strategies in order to produce a range of intelligence products which support the requirements of a range of police operations.
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Chief Constable
Chief Constable
Deputy Chief Constable
Deputy Chief Constable
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Assistant Chief Constable
Chief Superintendent
Chief Superintendent
The most senior operational police manager responsible for commanding larger departments, multiple functions or larger geographical areas on a day to day basis. Responsibilities include setting strategy and operational policy and authorising operational activity in line with legislative powers accorded to the rank.
Superintendent
Superintendent
A senior manager responsible for the setting of strategy and day to day operational policy across a single department or a range of policing responsibilities and authorising operational activity in line with legislative powers accorded to the rank.
Chief Inspector
Chief Inspector
A senior middle manager responsible for co-ordinating the work of teams of sworn constables, sergeants inspectors and civilian police personnel or managing a department with specific geographical or functional responsibility for a variety of law enforcement and related tasks.
Inspector
Inspector
A middle manager responsible for supervising the ranks of constable and sergeant. Responsible for controlling, planning, organising and authorising the work of a range of sworn and civilian police personnel in a variety of law enforcement and related tasks and for managing an assigned specialist function.
Sergeant
Sergeant
The first level of supervision in police law enforcement. Responsible for exercising day to day, general and technical supervision to sworn and civilian personnel involved in a variety of law enforcement and related tasks and to perform or supervise specialised work assignments.
Constable
Constable
The frontline of the criminal justice system. Under general supervision, but often operating independently. Serves as a peace officer performing a wide range of duties to enforce the law through a range of sworn powers including arrest, search, detention and interview.
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Constable within Intelligence

Local Intelligence Officer / Field Intelligence Officer
Local Intelligence Officer / Field Intelligence Officer
Working within local intelligence unit engaged in dealing with local community intelligence and that relating to local acquisitive crime.
Serious and Organised Crime Intelligence Officer
Serious and Organised Crime Intelligence Officer
Working within a force level intelligence bureau or specialist regional intelligence unit and undertaking work associated with dedicated surveillance services and organised crime / major crime / drugs / test purchase operations / CHIS at Force level. Officers may also be specialising in counter terrorism and extremism intelligence units and force and regional / national level.
Specialist Intelligence Officer
Specialist Intelligence Officer
Working within a specialist intelligence function established to support 'confidential unit' assets associated with covert/undercover operations linked to use CHIS / test purchase / undercover operations at regional & national level.