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About Your PCC

Lisa Oldroyd, Acting Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland

Lisa Oldroyd

Following the resignation of former PCC Barry Coppinger, Lisa Oldroyd was unanimously appointed as the Acting PCC by Cleveland Police and Crime Panel on Tuesday 15 September 2020.

Due to emergency Covid-19 legislation, an election to replace Mr Coppinger cannot take place and national rules state that a temporary replacement must be appointed from within the existing OPCC team.

An election for a new Police and Crime Commissioner is now due to take place in May 2021.

Mrs Oldroyd has over 18 years of experience working in crime and community safety settings, including leading the development, delivery and performance management of community safety policies in local government.

She has worked for the OPCC since 2017, leading on Crime, Offending and Justice matters across Cleveland and Durham, before taking on the role of Assistant Chief Executive in June 2020.

Supported by colleagues within the OPCC, Mrs Oldroyd will provide politically neutral stewardship until the PCC election in May 2021.

 

The Commissioner's Role

A Police and Crime Commissioner:

  • Represents the interests of local communities,
  • Holds the Chief Constable to account for police performance,
  • Sets the priorities for the Force and prepares the Police and Crime Plan,
  • Appoints (and dismisses if necessary) the Chief Constable,
  • Sets the Police budget and the part of council tax that goes to policing,
  • Works with other agencies and partners to improve public safety, and
  • Commissions police and crime services.

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Objectives of the Police & Crime Commissioner

The 2019-20 Police & Crime Plan has five key priorities for Cleveland:

    • Investing in our Police
    • A Better Deal for Victims and Witnesses
    • Tackling Offending and Re-offending
    • Working Together to Make Cleveland Safer
    • Securing the Future of our Communities

 For more information about the plans to deliver each of these priorities, please view the 2019-20 Police and Crime Plan.


Police and Crime Plan

Click this link to view all Police & Crime Plans

 

Annual Reports

Click this link to view all Annual Reports

 

Annual Salary Information

The salary of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, which is set by legislation, is £70,000

 

Register of Interests 

Click here to view the Police & Crime Commissioner's Register of Interests(reviewed 08/10/2019)

 

Expenses and Expenditure Information

Monthly expenses and expenditure of the PCC is outlined on the PCC Expenses and Expenditure page.

 

Register of Gifts and Hospitality

Click here to view the Police & Crime Commissioner's Register of Gifts and Hospitality.

 

Budget of the Office of the PCC

Budget (and Long Term Financial Plan), Capital Budget (and Long Term Capital Plan) and the Treasury Management Plans (and Annual Investment Strategy) are listed on the Finance Information page. Finance reports of the PCC can also be viewed here.

 

Complaints Against the Police & Crime Commissioner

For more information, view the Complaints Procedure web page.
Complaints against the Police & Crime Commissioner are managed by the Cleveland Police & Crime Panel.

 

How to Contact the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

Methods of contacting Lisa Oldroyd are listed on the Contact Us page.

 

 
 
 
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