We are currently recruiting for a Family Liaison Officer in Worcester.


Pay rate: £25 per hour.

Hours:  Full or Part time position (hybrid role).

Contract duration: Temporary ongoing.



  • Investigate offences of crime, and actively participate in a wide range of evidence gathering and crime investigation tasks. Exercising designated Investigating Officer powers.
  • Interview and record the evidence of victims of crime and witnesses to crime, in statement form or by an ABE interview as appropriate.
  • Act as liaison officer for victims and witnesses of crime, and where appropriate support them through the criminal justice process. This will include providing regular and ad hoc updates on investigations into victims of crime as appropriate.
  • Formally interview suspects in a manner that is compliant with PACE and other legislation.
  • Attend scenes of crime and ensure that all available evidence is protected and secured to maximise forensic opportunities.
  • Prepare and submit complete evidential files to the Crown Prosecution Service observing the highest professional standards.
  • Provide professional specialist advice and knowledge to all colleagues within the organisation in relation to all aspects of crime investigation and case file management.
  • Liaise with other members and departments of the organisation, with other police forces, external agencies, and the public in relation to the gathering of evidence, identifying and tracing offenders, and ensuring that all aspects of the investigation are taken into account.
  • Seek and exploit criminal intelligence opportunities to prevent and detect crime, and to submit intelligence reports on suspected criminal activity as and when that intelligence becomes available.
  • Be familiar with the basic set up and operation of a Major Incident Room (MIR), and to contribute to such an MIR on an ad hoc basis.
  • Undertake any relevant task at the discretion of a detective sergeant or senior investigating officer, as deemed commensurate with the nature, level of responsibility and grading of the post.
  • Undertake covert intelligence activities as required in compliance. This would include acting as an intelligence officer in cases of major crime in both ‘Open’ and ‘Closed’ intelligence cells.



The post holder should have demonstrable knowledge, commensurate to that of a detective constable in the same department, i.e. PIP Level 2:

  • Key offences in criminal law including all major offences against the person and against property.
  • Key aspects of criminal procedure legislation, including the PACE and CPIA.
  • The fundamental workings of the courts and the wider criminal justice system.
  • The rules of best evidence, investigative interviewing of both witnesses and suspects, case file preparation and an awareness of forensics.



  • Substantial experience at an equivalent level in a serious and/or complex crime investigation role.


Apply online or contact Lucia De Felice on 07425 757587. You can also email lucia@peelsolutions.co.uk for more information on this role.

Job Category: Investigative
Job Type: Temporary
Job Location: Worcestershire

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