VACANCIES WITHIN THE OFFICE OF THE POLICE & CRIME COMMISSIONER
Collaborative Criminal Justice Team
The following roles have been created to support the work of Cleveland and Durham Local Criminal Justice Board.
Following a review, it was agreed that the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland and the Office of Durham Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner would work together to pursue a vision of an end-to-end local criminal justice system to deliver positive outcomes for victims and to prevent reoffending.
We are recruiting four posts:
- Criminal Justice Programme Lead (Durham and Cleveland)
- Criminal Justice Programme Officer (Durham)
- Commissioner’s Officer for Crime, Offending and Justice (Cleveland)
- Criminal Justice Performance Analyst (Durham and Cleveland)
Durham and Cleveland Local Criminal Justice Board Review
Collaborative Criminal Justice Team Structure
Commissioner's Officer for Crime, Offending and Justice (Cleveland)
Location: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, Ladgate Lane, Middlesbrough
Hours: Full-time 37.5 hours a week
Salary: £31,983 - £35,451 per annum
- Job Advert
- Job Description and Person Specification
To create an application or view an existing application, please click here.
CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 24TH FEBRUARY
Cleveland and Durham Joint External Ethics Committee Members
Cleveland Police & Durham Constabulary would like to invite people to join their Joint Independent Ethics Committee.
Both forces recognise that commitment to integrity is absolutely essential to the legitimacy of policing. We value public trust and confidence in policing and to earn this we need to be open to scrutiny and transparent. Our behaviours, actions and decisions must always consider public interest.
What is Cleveland and Durham Ethics Committee?
We believe our joint Independent External Ethics Committee is a key contributor to maintaining and improving trust and confidence in the two organisations.
We are looking to recruit new volunteers to join our established committee, please click the above links for a brief description of the work of the committee and the membership criteria.
Ideally applicants should either live or work within the Cleveland and/or Durham policing area and should not have any direct links to policing.
Anyone interested is asked to submit a CV and covering letter to email@example.com detailing why you are interested and what you could bring to this unique role by 14th March 2017.
We would welcome applications from individuals who represent diverse communities, particular BME communities, due to their current underrepresentation on the committee.
VACANCIES WITHIN CLEVELAND POLICE
To view current vacancies for Police Staff at Cleveland Police, please visit Police Constable Vacancies on the Cleveland Police website.
To view current vacancies for Police Staff at Cleveland Police, please visit Police Staff Vacancies on the Cleveland Police website.
To view current vacancies for Special Constables at Cleveland Police, please visit Special Constable Vacancies on the Cleveland Police website.