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Salary: £32,000 - £38,000

Fixed contract until August 2023

Are you passionate about using data to inform policy?

Are you interested in supporting Police and Crime Commissioners and Chief Constables through providing policy and data and analysis?

If so, we would love to hear from you.

You will be working jointly for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners and National Police Chiefs Council in this important role.

You will be accustomed to providing high quality briefings, data and analysis and delivering verbal briefings in sector-wide meetings. You’ll need to be able to work confidently and effectively with elected politicians, Chief Constables and senior policing stakeholders, as well as with APCC and NPCC colleagues.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact the APCC’s Head of Governance and Business, Carolyn Graham at

For more information, including how to apply download the full advert and  Job Description 

Closing date: 5pm on 11th July 


Salary: £32,000 - £36,000

Permanent Contract

Are you looking for a rewarding career working at the heart of Westminster?

Are you passionate about cutting crime?

Are you interested in promoting and supporting the role of Police and Crime Commissioners and sympathetic to Conservative principles?

If so, we would love to hear from you.

You’ll need to be able to work confidently and effectively with elected politicians and other senior leaders, as well as with APCC colleagues; have excellent organisational and communications skills and the ability to work with discretion and respect for confidentiality.

This is a varied and rewarding role and provides a unique opportunity to gain experience at the heart of national policing and criminal justice policy, and to support Conservative PCCs to engage with government and the Conservative party, including with Ministers and CCHQ.

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Peter Molloy in the first instance:

For more information, including how to apply, please download the Job Advert and the Job Description 

Closing date: 5pm on Friday 22nd July.

West Midlands OPCC - VRU Intervention and Training Facilitator x 6

Contact: Permanent, full and part-time roles

Salary: £22,599 – £26,016

Location: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, West Midlands

The Violence Reduction Partnership in the West Midlands - an alliance which is hosted by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner - is seeking six Intervention and Training Facilitators. 

This role will appeal to you if you are interested in making a difference to young people and helping them to understand the consequences of their actions. We are looking for dynamic facilitators to deliver first class training workshops throughout the West Midlands, playing a critical role in primary prevention across the region, raising awareness of the public health approach and the role everyone can play in violence prevention and reduction.

It will involve working as part of a team of facilitators delivering violence prevention and reduction initiatives, interventions and training as well as developing delivery plans and monitoring progress. Delivery will take place in schools, community venues and online.

Closing Date: Monday 6 July at 12 noon (interviews are to take place week commencing 11 July 2022)

For more information and how to apply, please visit the OPCC website 

Chief Constable - North Wales Police

Salary: £149,913 - £164,904. Plus benefits and relocation package. 

Contract: Fixed Term for up to five years.

Police and Crime Commissioner, Andy Dunbobbin, is seeking to appoint a new Chief
Constable for North Wales to help deliver the priorities of his Police and Crime Plan.

This is a great opportunity for an individual with the appropriate experience, ambition and
vision to lead North Wales Police, a person who is passionate about policing and who shares
the Commissioner’s values for justice, policing and community safety.

The current chief constable Carl Foulkes QPM, has led the Force since 2018 and leaves the
Force well placed for the challenges ahead.

For more information on this vacancy visit the OPCC North Wales website

Closing date: 5pm Monday 11 July.

Policy Officer - Essex Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner

Salary: £35,307.00 to £38,064.00 

Contract: Full Time. Permanent 

The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex is seeking an exceptional candidate to help research, develop and present policy opportunities and best practice for policing, fire and rescue and wider community safety services across Essex.

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to influence local and national issues, promote innovation and help deliver better emergency services. They will network widely within the emergency services sector nationally to discover best practice and work with subject leads across the PFCC’s team to provide high quality advice.

The role will also help develop clear and compelling cases to effect change with local and national government.

Closing Date: 12 July

You can download the full job description from the Essex Police website