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Latest opportunities within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

Commissioning and Policy Support Officer

£26,668– £27,794 depending on experience (Pro rata)

The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has responsibility for commissioning support services for victims of crime, allocating grants and services as they wish in order to support the delivery of the Police and Crime Plan. The role of Commissioning and Policy Support Officer is an exciting opportunity to join an innovative and ambitious team to support a wide range of commissioning and policy work

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There are also opportunities to join the Police and Crime Commissioners volunteer schemes or to become independent panel members

Joint Audit Committee members

Appointment for one year: March 2019 – March 2020 

Due to an unexpected vacancy, we have an opportunity to appoint a new member to our Joint Audit Committee (“JAC”). If you are a strategic and analytical thinker with experience of governance of business operations, and could offer 4-6 days a year, we could be looking for you to join our Joint Audit Committee. 

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Contacts and Conduct Policy Officer

£36,936 – £40,926.00 depending on experience

For any elected leader the most important role is between them and local people. Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens is entrusted to deal with people’s lives and their personal circumstances and the Contacts and Conduct Policy Officer is at the frontline of this hugely rewarding work. 

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