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Police Headquarters, Mill Street., PA1 1JU
£27,685 - £29,637 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
35 hours per week




An opportunity has arisen for a permanent Senior Community Support Officer within the Communities & Public Protection service.  Reporting to the Lead Officer – Tasking and Deployment. You will be responsible for carrying out a range of duties with the primary focus being anti-social behaviour investigations (private and Council housing tenancies) using appropriate procedures to seek resolution. 


Duties conducting Anti-Social Behaviour Investigations will include gathering evidence in statement form, maintaining accurate records, assist in preparing reports for submission to Legal Services and monitoring of cases through the judicial process.  You will also be required to attend Court to provide evidence on behalf of Renfrewshire Council as necessary.


As detailed above, further duties may include responsibility for supporting the development, maintenance and improvement of Public Protection services with a focus on early intervention, prevention and evidence led tasking and deployment in local communities, working across Renfrewshire.  You will support and work as a key member of the Community Safety Partnership, carrying out and supporting activities including antisocial behaviour and environmental enforcement, supporting effective delivery of events, working with and supporting young people, supporting investigations and mediation, operating CCTV and noise equipment.  Work may include carrying out related educational, community engagement and promotional activities, foot patrols and other general activities all to support, improve and develop the wider public protection agenda.


It is essential that you have a background in Investigation and Community Safety, although other fields will be considered. In addition, you will have experience of partnership working and liaising with various agencies as well as the ability to work well with Senior Officers and Elected Members.


It is desirable that you have an enforcement background and effective inter-personal skills and report writing skills.


A driving licence is essential.

If successful, you will be required to undertake a Disclosure Scotland check, the level of check will be determined by the duties of the post. If you would like further information in relation to the Disclosure Scotland checks, please visit