Adult Out of Court Disposal Officer

Dorset Crime & Criminal Justice
Bournemouth Police Station (OC)
Hybrid Worker
A Hybrid Worker is an employee whose role can be performed remotely from a variety of alternative locations including force premises, partner organisation premises or a member of staff's home. 
Scale D
Internal and External Recruitment
Starts at £24,921 rising by yearly increments to a maximum of £27,351 per annum

The above salary is based on a full time (37 hour) salary. If you are successful in a part time role this will be pro-rata'd to reflect your working hours.

Please note: Exceptions to starting salary may apply if you are an existing Police Staff employee substantively posted to a role at the same grade.


For additional information on allowances please see our "allowances" page

Part Time
We welcome applications from individuals wishing to work on a part-time basis and are willing to consider flexible working patterns subject to business need.
18 March 2024


To ensure that the preparation and presentation of the documentation for the Independent Scrutiny Panels are completed. 

Support the Adult OOCD Manager in providing a professionalised out of court disposal process for the force. This will include liaison with organisations providing Diversion Courses, HMCTS (Courts)  and officers across the force.


To provide a comprehensive support function to the Adult Out of Court process by  administering the diversion interventions, preparing quarterly papers and monitoring disposals.

Securing places for offenders on courses, and liaising with the organisations around course compliance.

Keep records of all out of court disposals; maintaining usage, uptake, and attendance information.  Providing data to the OOCD Manager

Providing support to Adult OOCD Manager around the organisation of Independent Scrutiny Panels.  Producing agenda and circulating meeting papers to members.  Booking dates/location for panels taking into consideration all panel members availability and that of the minute taker.

For further information please see the attached Job Description

What you get if you join us:

If you work for us, you will get access to:

  • A competitive salary with yearly increments.
  • Access to heavily subsidised gym membership that will provide you access to police site gyms throughout the counties.
  • Access to the Blue Light Card Scheme for discounts and services (requires a one-off payment of £5).
  • Company sick pay.
  • Competitive local government pension scheme.
  • Job related equipment supplied, as required.
  • Access to Group insurance scheme (via salary sacrifice scheme).
  • Support networks, free Employees' Assistance Programme, Occupational Health and wellbeing services.
  • Development and training opportunities available.
  • Supportive and flexible training plan, including regular check-ins throughout your initial period of joining us to ensure you are up to speed with the role and getting the support you need.
  • Flexitime, with the ability to undertake your hours flexibly and in line with business need.
  • Hybrid working, with the ability to work remotely at times throughout the working week (once signed off the training plan).

Annual Leave Entitlement:

25 days a year leave entitlement, with an increase to 30 days after 5 years continuous employment, plus bank holidays (pro-rata for part time employees).

04/03/2024, 12:00

For Further Information, Please Contact:
Nicola Philp
CJU Manager

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This opportunity is closed to applications.