Job Title: Safety Camera Operations Viewer / Safety Camera Processing Caseworker
Salary: £23,903 to £25,835 plus an allowance of £1,639. You will receive £23,903 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £25,835 will be via incremental progression
Safety Camera Operations Viewer
This is an exciting time to be working as a Safety Camera Operations Viewer for the Metropolitan Police Service. In addition to large-scale transformation, there's the unique and ever-evolving challenge of policing London. This means that as a Safety Camera Operations Viewer, there are more opportunities for you to get involved with making London the safest global city in a time of unprecedented change within the UK's largest Police Service.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Safety Camera department works in partnership with Transport for London (TfL) and we are responsible for the enforcement of automated speed and red light offences received from the digital network of automated cameras distributed throughout the network of roads in London. This activity results in police sending a Notice of Intended Prosecution to the registered keeper of a vehicle requesting details of the driver for the alleged offence. The team handle a high volume of offences to manage offending and ensure a suitable outcome. Offences are processed through an adjudication system and drivers identified are offered an appropriate disposal outcome subject to eligibility criteria.
What does the average day look like? Your core duties will include:Ensure all Speed and Red Light related offences received via the digital Safety Camera systems are viewed in accordance with legislationUndertake secondary checks on the offences received from the digital network as part of the viewing processUndertake Police National Computer (PNC) checks for all Safety Camera Activations and searching PNC to identify the correct vehicle registrationEnsure all offences are accounted for in accordance with guidelines and proceduresHandling telephone calls from MPS teams and other Police Forces regarding Safety Camera Activations concerning vehicles involved in other serious crimes, members of the public and other organisationsComplete evidential statements in relation to cases that are being dealt with through the Prosecutions processIdentify any persistent offenders and ensure all appropriate action is takenAttend court and give evidence if or when necessary.Undertake any other administrative duties as directed.
Safety Camera Processing Caseworker
The Safety Camera Processing department is responsible for ensuring the efficient and accurate Processing of cases detected by Traffic Safety Speed and Red Traffic Light Enforcement Cameras and input of related documentation. Being part of a team responsible for tracing drivers of vehicles photographed by Speed and Red Traffic Light Safety Camera Enforcement located throughout MPS. Ensuring appropriate enforcement is taken which may vary depending on the circumstances, from the issue of a National Safety Awareness course or Conditional Offer of Fixed Penalty or prosecution at court. The latter two outcomes both result in the payment of a fine and driving licence endorsement.
What does the average day look like? Your core duties will include:Collect, sort and Scan all incoming correspondence and returned Mail for the section. Verify and process all Nominations and Admissions from Notices of Intended Prosecution received. Process and respond to any correspondence received relating to automated safety camera activations. Respond to telephone calls received from members of the public, HMCTS - Conditional Offer Unit, Drivetech - or any other Course Provider for National Safety Awareness Courses as well as internal calls from police officers within and outside MPS. Keep computer records updated of any transactions, correspondence or telephone calls received and record action taken or response details. DOME and PENTIP. Take any necessary or appropriate action relating to the administration of safety awareness courses to conclude the disposal outcome. Undertake any necessary enquiries to establish identity of driver, PNC, DVLA, HA Search Ensure any persistent offenders identified are referred to Enquiry team or for prosecution. Process offences for prosecution of original offence by checking that all documents and correct action has been taken then submitting an MG11 statement where admission received Process offences for prosecution of failing to comply with Section 172. by checking that all documents and correct action has been taken and ensuring any additional statements required in relation to PNC checks will be included for referral. Attend court and give evidence if or when necessary. Undertake any other administrative duties as directed.
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Completed applications must be submitted by 27th May 2022.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.
As a Disability Confident Committed Employer the Met have committed to ensuring that disabled people and those with long-term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.
Safety Camera Operations Viewer:Effective communication skills from face to face, telephone, e-mail or written enquiries.Good working knowledge of information technology, including Microsoft Office programs.Be willing to complete a PNC training course in order to fulfil the role.
Safety Camera Operations Processing:Effective communication skills via telephone, e-mail or written enquiriesGood working knowledge of information technology, including Word and Excel.Be willing to complete a PNC training courseWorking as part of a teamWorking under pressureThe ability to prioritise and manage workloadsCompetent using IT systems
Safety Camera Operations Viewer / Safety Camera Operations Processing:An understanding of Safety Camera processes and the underpinning legislation, Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988 and the Road Traffic Act 1988.Awareness of the Mayors Vision of zero people killed or seriously injured on London’s Roads by 2041.