The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is supported by a small team working for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC.)
This staffing structure helps the PCC to deliver the Police and Crime Plan and other statutory duties.
In general, the work of the OPCC fits into the following categories:
- Criminal justice and/or victims commissioning and partnerships;
- Standards, ethics and scrutiny;
- Communications and community engagement;
- Office management, support and case work;
- Strategic contracting and treasury management;
- Collaborations and partnership projects.
The OPCC is a separate organisation to Cleveland Police. It has 33 members of staff. That number includes the two statutory posts of Chief Executive and Chief Finance Officer, as well as secondments to the OPCC, part-time roles, call-off contracts and partnership-funded roles.
Legally, we have to publish our total staffing costs (and these are available on the OPCC Budget page on our website. ) In addition, we have to publish details of the salaries of certain senior members of staff.
For more details about our team please visit our OPCC Team web page.