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National Fraud and Cyber Crime Registrar

Ensure compliance with the National Crime Recording Standard and Home Office Counting Rules for Recorded crime within the NFIB. In particular ensure that NFIB Fraud is correctly recorded and counted within the data warehouse.

Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Ensure the integrity of the data passed to the Home Office for NFIB recorded fraud: showing levels of fraud nationally, the demand on Police and the result of that demand.
  • Ensure the accuracy of the crime counts passed to the Home Office and the accuracy of any ‘Outcome’ data.
  • Provide expertise to the NFIB, Police Forces, National Lead Force and other Law Enforcement Agencies in relation to the application of the Home Office Counting Rules relating to NFIB Fraud.
  • Complete monthly audits on Action Fraud recorded crime and incidents, Call centre and online reporting.
  • Complete other structured periodic audits to ensure the integrity of the data held by the NFIB.
  • Assist the NFIB with any outside inspections by other agencies for example HMIC.
  • Final arbiter for disputes between UK forces in relation to NFIB crime types, location and primacy issues.
  • Undertake any other duties that may reasonably be requested appropriate to the position.Mandatory duties
  • Actively seek to implement the City of London Police Occupational Health and Safety Policy in relation to the duties of the post and at all times give due regard to the health and safety of both themselves and others when carrying out their duties 
  • Actively seek  to implement the City of London’s Equal  Opportunity Policy and the objective to promote equality of opportunity in relation to the duties of the post 
  • Maintain personal responsibility for gathering, recording, storing, accessing and sharing of information in compliance with data protection and information security policy, procedures and codes of practice and legislation.

Selection Criteria


  1. Excellent researcher skills to identify the required information to facilitate an accurate assessment of fraud crime and intelligence.
  1. Ability to manage and evaluate crime data to ascertain corrected recording guidelines have been followed.
  1. Excellent report writing skills to provide key information in relation to the assessment decision that is both clear and auditable.
  1. Good decision making skills and the ability to communicate decisions to stakeholder groups and effectively manage their expectations.
  1. Ability to present information in a clear and concise fashion.
  1. Ability to identify and adapt to changing priorities.
  1. Excellent interpersonal skills to enable effective information gathering.


  1. Knowledge of policy and procedure in crime recording, the National Crime Recording Standards and Home Office Counting rules.
  1. A good knowledge of Microsoft Office particularly Word and Excel and experience of IT packages such as i2 is desirable.


  1. Experience in database management and interrogating information and intelligence.
  1. A proven crime management background with a good knowledge of report formulation in line with Home Office Counting Rules and National Crime Recording Standards.
  1. Experience of crime investigation.

Applicants who fail to address the skills/knowledge/experience of the job description will not be considered.

The closing date for applications is Monday 12th November 2018 at midnight.

Please email your completed application to

​Covering letter
​Job description
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Closing Date:
12/11/2018 12:00 AM
Economic Crime Directorate, NFIB
Guildhall Yard East
Contract Type:
Full Time – Permanent
Application Type:
Application Form
£47,410 including London Weighting

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