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Policy area: Forensics, Serious Organised Crime, Specialist Capabilities
Salary: £45,000 to £50,000
Full-time for 12 months, with possibility of extension. Secondment or fixed term contract.
This is an exciting opportunity to work for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) in our busy policy team. The APCC is the national membership organisation representing Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs), deputy mayors and other local policing bodies. We support PCCs to provide national leadership and drive strategic change in policing, criminal justice and community safety.
We are seeking a Senior Policy Manager to lead on our work on Forensics, Serious Organised Crime and Specialist Capabilities. This is an important role working with PCCs, wider policing stakeholders, the Forensics Capability Network and policing more widely, mobilising new approaches to tackle serious crime and to make the most of the opportunities provided by emerging technologies.
You will be responsible for supporting a high-profile programme of work to deliver the new arrangements for police forensic services and will lead on the APCC’s policy work on Serious Organised Crime and Specialist Capabilities, working with PCC leads and other senior stakeholders.
This is a rewarding and demanding role. You will need to have excellent analytical, policy development, communications, and problem-solving skills, and to be passionate about the role of PCCs in police transformation and crime reduction. Whilst you do not need to have operational policing experience, you do need to have a good understanding and appreciation of the policing policy and governance landscape.
You will be joining the APCC at a critical time, with a fast-paced policing and crime agenda being delivered across our police force areas, including the response to the policing and criminal justice impact of Covid-19.
If this role is of interest, we would love to hear from you. This post is offered as a fixed term contract or as a secondment opportunity.
Location: Subject to Covid recovery plans, the postholder could either be based in our London Westminster office, or work from a local PCC office. There will be some travel involved in the role. APCC staff are currently working remotely as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and we will continue to ensure that working arrangements for staff reflect government guidelines and public health advice.
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Applications close on Wednesday 1 July and should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
APCC is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, transgender status, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.
An opportunity has arisen in the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for two new Senior Commissioning and Policy Officers to lead on and deliver a range of commissioning, policy and partnership work. Current areas of focus include reducing reoffending and criminal justice. The PCC chairs the local criminal justice board and is the national deputy PCC lead for criminal justice and these roles will be pivotal in supporting this work, addressing some of the significant and complex issues in these areas and building strong working relationships with senior colleagues to develop effective multi-agency solutions. As such experience working in these areas would be desirable.
The closing date for these vacancies is 11 August 2020.