Do you want to play a leading role in helping to prevent weapons-enabled homicides, and in so doing, save lives.
We are seeking to establish a pool of up to 30 individuals to independently chair and undertake OWHRs during the pilot. We are looking for individuals who have the qualities and experience needed, coupled with a strong commitment to improve practice and who can work effectively with local partners including the police, local authorities and health bodies, among others.
OWHRs are best served by the appointment of an independent chair to perform the primary delivery role. Independent chairs will be tasked with the delivery of the methodology of OWHRs, including interviewing and collection of information, authoring the final report and presenting it in a way which adheres to the requirements of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022. The independent chair will also be the primary contact for the victim’s and/or alleged perpetrator/s’ family and/or next of kin (if they wish/it is appropriate for them to be involved) to maintain independence in this relationship.
Successful applicants will demonstrate the ability to: work collaboratively; critically analyse and synthesise evidence; draw on professional experience and knowledge in decision making; communicate effectively and confidently deal with difficult and sensitive situations.
The location for these roles will be flexible within the United Kingdom,however meetings may be required at the offices of the local area taking forward the OWHR.
All reviews will be subject to a remuneration limit of £8,688
This appointment will be for a three year term.
For further information,click the apply online link.
We value and promote diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity for all. Appointment will be made on merit following an open, fair and transparent competition.