Steve Turner, Cleveland’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) has
launched the Chief Constable recruitment process.
Following the announcement last month that current Chief Constable Richard
Lewis will be leaving the force after almost three years at the top.
Thanking Richard for his hard work, Steve said he is now looking for an
inspirational leader, who can pick up the mantle and drive forward change that
will make a lasting difference to policing and the public.
Steve said: “The communities of Cleveland deserve a first class, efficient and
effective police force.
“Thanks to the hard work already started in Cleveland, we’re already seeing
“What we need now is the right person to ensure Cleveland becomes a force
that police officers, staff and volunteers can be truly proud of.
“To support me in achieving this, I am looking for an exceptional and high-performing leader to become our next Chief Constable.
“The successful candidate will have significant, senior policing experience and
a proven track record in delivering positive organisational change.
“This is a truly exciting time to join Cleveland Police, as we continue on our
ambitious and complex journey of improvement.”
All details of the vacancy and how to apply are available at Chief Constable Recruitment – Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner (pcc.police.uk)
Deadline for applications is Wednesday 29 September 2021.