My office supports me in achieving the priorities set out in my Police and Crime plan, delivers a service to the public and helps me meet my legal obligations. PCC structures can be found at the links below:
The Deputy 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. This cost is just under 0.9% of the overall budget for policing in Wiltshire. You can view my personal office structure here.
Chief Executive – Naji Darwish
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 and resource planning
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: £100,320, Full-time position
Chief Finance Officer - Clive Barker
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: £53,900 (0.5 full time equivalent)
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:
Number of members of staff
Proportion of staff who are female
Proportion of staff who are from an ethnic minority