Steve Turner, Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Cleveland, is recruiting for a new Chief Constable to head Cleveland Police.
Recruitment follows the announcement that Chief Constable Richard Lewis will be returning to his native Wales to live and work.
Steve Turner said: “I want to ensure the communities of Cleveland have the first-class, efficient and effective police force, which they so rightly deserve.
“The force should be one that police officers, staff and volunteers can be truly proud of.
“To support me in achieving this, I am looking for an exceptional, dedicated, ethical and high-performing leader.
“With significant and senior policing experience and a proven track record in delivering positive organisational change, you will lead and shape the future of Cleveland Police.
“As an inspirational leader and through proactive and collaborative engagement with the workforce, partner agencies and communities, you will bring about innovative and visible change. This will make a real difference to policing and the public, who we serve.
“This is a truly exciting time to join Cleveland Police, as we continue on our ambitious and complex journey of improvement.
“If you share my enthusiasm, vision and passion to put the pride back into Cleveland Police, to make Cleveland a safe place to live and work and also believe you are the right person to lead Cleveland Police in its next chapter, I look forward to hearing from you.”
The closing date for applications is Wednesday 29 September 2021 at 23:55hrs.
A CV and completed supporting information form should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cleveland Chief Constable Recruitment Pack
- Cleveland Chief Constable Supporting Information Form
- Cleveland OPCC Equality Monitoring Form
For further information about the role, contact Lisa Oldroyd, Acting Chief Executive & Monitoring Officer. Eligible candidates can also contact the College of Policing for an informal discussion.
Alternatively, candidates can contact the College of Policing’s Senior Officer Hub team. It can raise questions anonymously with Lisa Oldroyd on behalf of candidates.
Prospective applicants can attend a familiarisation visit to the force area, if they wish.
Both opportunities can be arranged by contacting the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner at email@example.com The College of Policing Senior Officer Hub team can be reached on email firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel. 0800 496 3322.
The PCC is committed to improving the diversity of the workforce to better reflect the communities of Cleveland.
Therefore, he welcomes applications from minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. All appointments will be made on merit.
The OPCC is an equal opportunities employer and requests you fill out and submit the monitoring form as part of your application.
All applications will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.