Careers & Contacts

SW ROCU Careers

Interested in working at SW ROCU?

It’s an exciting time to join us! 

We’re strengthening our numbers across our specialist teams as part of growth throughout the national ROCU network.

Working at SW ROCU, you’ll work with forces and partners at a regional, national and international level.  You’ll be at the forefront of the fight against serious and organised crime, which is one of the greatest threats facing the UK today.

Transfer to the South West

If you’re a police officer, you can transfer to any one of our five regional police forces to join us at SW ROCU.

Visit their force transferee pages for more info and to register your interest.

Devon & Cornwall https://bit.ly/3q91nzd

Dorset https://bit.ly/3CMYZna

Avon & Somerset https://bit.ly/3qa4neV

Gloucestershire https://bit.ly/3IauYOZ

Wiltshire https://bit.ly/3IiJeoW

Request a chat with our team

Our Recruitment Team is always happy to talk you through the process and has a dedicated HR officer who can support with all aspects of relocation. Simply email them to request a chat SWROCURecruitment@avonandsomerset.police.uk.

Police Officers – current vacancies

RankRoleClosing date
DCIEconomic Crime & Coordination12/06/2022
PC/DCInvestigators – Surveillance, Operations Team – 6 posts12/06/2022
DCCase Officer,
Online CSAE Investigations Team
22/05/2022
PC/DCIntelligence Development Officers (IDOs),
Sensitive Intelligence Unit – 3 posts
15/05/2022
PC/DCIntelligence Development Officers (IDOs),
Tackling Organised Exploitation Programme (TOEX) – 2 posts
15/05/2022
PCPrison Intelligence Officer,
Regional Prisons Intelligence Unit
15/05/2022
PCDrug Dealing Telecommunications Restriction Orders Team,
Sensitive Intelligence Unit
03/06/2022
PC/DCDebrief Officer,
Assisting Offender Unit
05/06/2022

How to apply

If you are a serving police officer with Avon & Somerset Constabulary, Gloucestershire Constabulary, Wiltshire Police, Devon & Cornwall Police or Dorset Police, SW ROCU vacancies can be viewed on your local force intranet jobs page.

Police Officers – upcoming vacancies

RankRole
InspectorSerious Organised Crime Community Coordinators (SOC CC) – 2 posts
DITackling Organised Exploitation Programme (TOEX)
DSTackling Organised Exploitation Programme (TOEX)
PC/DCFederated Tasking Team
PS/DSProactive Economic Crime Team
PC/DCProactive Economic Crime Team – 4 roles
PSRegional Technical Surveillance Unit
PSTeam Leader – Technical Development Unit
PCTechnical Operations Officer – Technical Development Unit – 2 posts
PCRegional Disruption Team
PS/DSInvestigator Surveillance – Operations Team

Police Staff – current vacancies

  • Financial investigator, Regional Economic Crime Unit, closing date 26/05/2022

How to apply

All SW ROCU Police Staff vacancies are hosted on the Avon & Somerset Constabulary website

Register for updates

To receive details of current and future police officer and police staff vacancies, email SWROCURecruitment@avonandsomerset.police.uk

Contact SW ROCU

SW ROCU does not take reports of crime.

All reports should be directed to the relevant police force. Within the Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Avon and Somerset, Dorset, and Devon and Cornwall areas you should direct your enquiry to them or phone 101.

Crimestoppers

You can also provide information to independent charity Crimestoppers.  They never ask for your personal information and do not track your device. Call them on 0800 555 111 or fill in an anonymous online form.

Reporting cyber crime

If you are concerned that you have been a victim of cyber crime, report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040, or contact them online.

Action Fraud operates a 24/7 phone line for organisations experiencing a live cyber attack, enabling you to get immediate help and advice from fraud and cyber crime specialists.

We strongly encourage all victims or cyber crime to report to Action Fraud. Reporting not only provides vital intelligence that aids investigations, but it also informs informational campaigns which can help prevent others becoming victims of cyber crime.

If you have received an email which you’re not quite sure about, you can forward it to the NCSC’s Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS) at report@phishing.gov.uk

More information on the SERS can be found at https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/information/report-suspicious-emails

Cyber Protect and Cyber Choices – advice

If you are interested in accessing the services offered by the Cyber Protect and Cyber Choices teams, you can email them direct: