There has never been a more rewarding time for a career in the Criminal Justice world. We’re recruiting for case administrators for our Administration of Justice (AOJ) team! There’s still time to apply before the 17 July closing date!
Lynda started work at Hertfordshire Constabulary as a case administrator in 2012. She progressed well in her role and is now a business support coordinator in the AOJ team.
“I had previously been employed in various administrative positions, including working for Hertfordshire County Council,” said Lynda. “When I looked into the case administrator role, I found it interesting as you are dealing with crime and preparing cases for the courts. This job is varied as you deal with a wide variety of cases involving different offences.”
The role involves providing a broad range of administrative support which includes operating and maintaining ICT systems and obtaining and submitting information with internal and external partners.
Keeping relevant parties informed of ongoing enquiries, decisions and the results of court hearings is also a key part of what needs to be done. Lynda explains. “I help and assist officers who need guidance daily to correctly complete their role through the court process, working together as a team.
“There is always something to learn and you never find yourself without anything to do. I believe it’s a good step into the Criminal Justice System to see and learn what truly happens through the judicial process.
“When there is no pressure, we take time out to team build and have a laugh together, as sometimes the offences you see and the time pressures can build up. We have a fabulous team, everyone is friendly and willing to help.”
Would you like to join an organisation that’s putting crime and harm prevention first?
We are recruiting now for case administrators, you could help make a genuine, positive difference to people from all walks of life.
You don’t have to have previous experience of the criminal justice world, just an openness to learn and a willingness to provide the best service possible to victims of crime.