We are currently looking for new members for our Joint Independent Audit Committee. More information about the work of the JIAC can be found here.
The Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has a team of staff and volunteers who work hard to ensure her priorities, as set out in the Police and Crime Plan, are delivered. If you’d like to know what those priorities are, why not take a few minutes to check them out here.
We’re an equal opportunities employer who values and encourages diversity and are committed to building a team that fully reflects the communities we serve. We work hard to provide an accessible and inclusive working environment which enables our staff and volunteers to thrive.
Roles at the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner (OPCC) can range from delivering education sessions in schools as part of the Violence Reduction Unit to supporting the Commissioner’s drive to provide support services to victims of crime. The OPCC is a rewarding place to work: no two days are ever the same but we can always guarantee a great working environment. We will work with you to ensure your transition to your new career is as smooth as possible and we will support you every step of the way.
All job opportunities within the OPCC are uploaded to this page.
If you have any questions, drop us an email to email@example.com and we’ll happily answer any questions you have or provide further information. We also have a number of volunteering roles, from checking on the welfare of police dogs to being a member of one of our scrutiny groups – you can find out more about volunteering opportunities here.