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OPCC Staff


Support Officer (PCC Services and Communications)

The OPCC is now advertising for a Support Officer (PCC Services and Communications).

Reporting to the Commissioner’s Officer for Communications and Information, the post holder will be responsible for the day-to-day communication needs of the OPCC and the delivery of the online and social media presence.

You will have excellent verbal, written and customer service skills, as you will be expected to deal effectively with all levels of staff within the organisation and externally. You will be confident in dealing with sensitive issues and challenging environments.

You will be media savvy and be able to assist with writing and editing website pages, press releases, newsletters and contributing towards printed publications. Multi-media skills such as photography, video and design will be an advantage. You will be able to write clearly and succinctly and to work on your own initiative to plan, prioritise and make decisions effectively in order to meet tight deadlines.

Applicants will have good academic skills. Ideally you will also have relevant professional experience of working in a communications and social media environment. A flexible approach is important. At times you'll be expected to travel around the Cleveland Police area and occasionally work out of hours.

To read the full job description and to apply, visit the Cleveland Police recruitment page here.


Independent Complaints Adjudicator

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is currently advertising for an Independent Complaints Adjudicator. 

Can you work independently to review a range of information to reach an outcome that is balanced, reasonable and proportionate?

Can you bring your experience and impartiality to the world of Police Complaints and work alongside the Police and Crime Commissioner’s team to ensure we have the best complaint handling model possible?

The role will operate on a ‘call off’ consultancy basis with no guarantee of particular volumes of work; by individual agreement.

For more information and to apply, visit the Cleveland Police recruitment page here.



OPCC Volunteers


There are currently no vacancies for volunteers within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Independent Custody Visitors

There are currently no vacancies for volunteers within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.





To view current vacancies for Police Officers, Police Staff and Special Constables, please visit Cleveland Police's Careers Website.




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