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Case Conference Coordinator

Full Time

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We are currently recruiting for a Case Conference Coordinator to work within the Child Protection team for Gwent Police at their Police Headquarters in Cwmbran.

This role will be hybrid working (hours to be discussed at interview) and working Monday to Friday.

The purpose of this role is to prepare for and represent the Police at Case Conferences in a Multi-Agency Forum, ensuring the welfare of children is paramount by influencing decisions made regarding children being made subject of a child protection plan, then completing all administration needs and database functions.

MAIN RESPONSIBILITES

Undertake comprehensive checks on all Police databases to gather information or intelligence held relating to the family and relevant addresses in order to / to ensure that an informed decision can be reached at the Child Protection Case Conference.
Ensure that accurate and up-to-date records are continually maintained to ensure that all relevant information is recorded and available regarding the safety of children
Liaise with relevant personnel and officers involved with Case Conference subjects
Co-ordinate all information and intelligence gathered in order to present to the Case Conference to aid a decision in the best interests of the child.
Attend each Case Conference in a multi-agency forum as a Police representative and actively engage in the decision making process.
Manage disclosure of information/intelligence during Case Conferences. Where risk is identified and disclosed ensure that the appropriate measures are put in place to reduce / remove the risk.
To produce concise, detailed and accurate reports including risk assessments and recommendations for Case Conference purposes which may also be considered by partners in the absence of the post-holder.
Analyse all documentation produced and escalate any intelligence onto NICHE that may assist in preventing harm to children or in the prevention or detection of crime, for effective dissemination
When required to work in other work streams within the department completing administrational tasks.
To deliver a customer focused service.
To promote and adhere to Gwent Police's Strategic Equality Plan to support the development of a diverse workforce.
To take reasonable care of own and others' safety; to co-operate with managers/supervisors in complying with statutory health and safety duties; to report incidents, accidents, faults etc.Job Specific Criteria Areas

Attainments

Must be able to successfully pass training required for the role. This will be in the form of a bespoke training package designed for the roleExperience

Experience of working within a confidential environment
To be able to demonstrate the ability to compile data into report format accurately and concisely by researching IT systems and other means as appropriate and display good analytical skill
To be able to demonstrate the ability to plan and organise own workloads in a busy pressurised environment.
To be able to demonstrate by example the ability to use initiative particular in problem solvingKnowledge

Must have a good understanding of Child Protection Procedures including an awareness of the All Wales Child Protection Procedures
Must have knowledge of the National Decision Making Model
Must have knowledge of Partner Agencies and the role they play in protecting vulnerable children
Must be IT literate and have a good working practical knowledge of Microsoft Office packages use of databases
Level 1 Welsh essential (training will be given). Welsh language skills Level 2 and above are desirable

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