The OPCC Chief Executive, with the Deputy Chief Constable, manage the service level agreements for all shared services hosted either by my office or the Force. These shared services include Commissioning, Communications and Engagement, Estates and Facilities, Finance, Information Governance, Legal Services, Organisational Development, People Development, People Services, and Performance.
I have a small Personal Office that comprises of posts I must legally have in place, as well as posts that help me deliver my role as Police and Crime Commissioner.
The 2023 – 2024 PCC Staffing Budget build listed 38 staff including the PCC.
The 2022 – 2023 PCC staffing budget build listed 36.03 staff including the PCC.
The 2021 – 2022 PCC staffing budget build listed 25.61 staff including the PCC.
The 2020 – 2021 PCC staffing budget build listed 22.61 staff including the PCC.
£19,203 - £21,627
£21,735 - £22,491
£22,503 - £23,457
£213,736 - £24,897
£25,668 - £26,868
£27,352 - £28,161
£29,652 - £30,855
£32,736 - £34,332
£35,709 - £37,500
£43,068 - £45,447
£46,128 - £48,621
£53,406 - £56,226
£61,749 - £65,484
£69,864 - £74,106
£85,245 - £90,273
The PCC also makes use of the enabling business areas within Wiltshire Police. By making use of the areas instead of employing his own staff for these specialisms it becomes more efficient and therefore reduces the burden on the local tax payer for funding.
Areas the PCC has access to include:
Learning and Development
Professional Standards & HR
Information Management & Assurance
Responsibilities: Naji fulfils the role of Chief Executive (CEO), Monitoring Officer and Head of Paid Service, which is required by law. Naji leads the OPCC Executive Leadership Team and is ultimately responsible for all OPCC functions. Naji supports and advices the Police and Crime Commissioner to ensure all legal duties are met, including their responsibility for the totality of all policing in their area, securing an effective and efficient policing service, producing and delivering a Police and Crime Plan. The CEO also has a range of statutory duties and responsibilities, including
Strategy, Performance and oversight
Commissioning and service delivery
Delivering system and organisational change and improvement
Scrutiny, governance and performance; and
Ensuring an efficient and effective Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Naji is a criminologist and has worked at executive positions in the NHS, Public Health, local government, policing and in private industry, specialising in strategy and strategic change.
Salary: £123,120.00 Full-time position
Responsibilities: As Chief Finance Officer for the Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive is responsible for providing the PCC with day-to-day financial advice and long term financial planning to deliver the Police and Crime plan. He is the officer responsible under statute for the proper administration of the PCC's financial affairs and ensures the OPCC meets its obligations under its own financial regulations. He is also responsible for ICT, estates, facilities and fleet functions.
Salary: £61,560.00 (0.5 full time equivalent)
Responsibilities: Rob fulfils the role of Director of Operations. Rob leads and manages the OPCC functions directly across office operations including administration, strategy and policy, service delivery (commissioning), performance, risk management and governance.
In addition, Rob acts as the Deputy to the Chief Executive and supports the CEO for the overall running of all OPCC functions.
Rob is proficient in stakeholder management at strategic/executive level with a proven ability to build collaborative relationships across a wide range of groups, from politicians to partner organisations. Rob is a qualified project and programme manager skilled in leading business change, strategy development, commissioning services and operational delivery.
Salary: £87,762.00 Full time position
The Head of Legal services has oversight of the department as a whole. They provide legal supervision and line management to the solicitors, also dealing with complaints, high priority cases, or those where the solicitors are unable to resolve them.
Where a financial/legal risk decision is required, this will also fall to the Head of Legal Services. They report to the Chief Constable or deputy and PCC or CEO to ensure they are kept abreast of cases, workload and developments that could impact the force they serve.
Salary £85,245 - £90,273 Full time position W15
Principle Solicitors are lead experts for a particular area of law, providing expertise and advice to and on behalf of the force/OPCC. They research and interpret both existing and proposed legislation, government guidance and policies on complex questions of law. In doing so assisting the head of legal with providing legal implications and advice on cases as required.
The OPCC/Force have two full time Principal solicitors W13. Salary £61,749 - £65,484.
The OPCC Head of Communications and Engagement provides high-level reputation and risk management advice for all OPCC work strands and responsibilities, as well as leading a small team of communications professionals who deliver the office’s strategic communications and engagement.
The post holder works closely with the Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) and OPCC Executive Leadership Team, and executive partners across office stakeholders, to provide strategic advice, set the strategic communications and engagement priorities for the OPCC and lead on the delivery, monitoring and evaluation of these by developing appropriate performance, risk, change, and assurance strategies and frameworks to cover all elements affecting the OPCC’s reputation.
The post holder directs the OPCC’s overarching strategy for, and delivery of, OPCC media, digital presence, public affairs, campaign and marketing communications services acknowledging that they will be operating within a politically-dynamic environment, to generate mutual understanding, trust and confidence with our people, our partners and the public.
Salary £69,864 - £74,106, full time position W14
The Head of OPCC Strategy, Performance and Oversight will identify, advise and develop strategies to secure delivery of the Police and Crime Plan, including organisational change, strategic stakeholder management, performance scrutiny, risk oversight and governance.
Responsible for leading improvements in areas of risk, performance, strategy and planning with internal and external partners that will aid the delivery of the Police and Crime plan and deliver a more effective and efficient police service.
Salary £61,749 - £65,484 Full time position W13
There is certain information relating to the diversity of the staff I employ I am required to publish under the Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2011. This information can be found below:
Total FTE of total OPCC staff
Total Finance & Estates providing support to OPCC and Force
Proportion of OPCC staff who are female
Proportion of OPCC staff who state that they are from an ethnic minority
Proportion of OPCC staff who state that they have a disability