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Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

Salary:                                   £45,966 pro rata

Hours:                                   30 hours

Term: Fixed,                          3 years or until the next PCC election

Location:                               Police Headquarters, Colwyn Bay

Political Restriction:            This is not a politically restricted post

Welsh Language:                 Desirable

Closing Date:                       12 noon,  Thursday 15 July 2021

How to apply:                       Application Form and Covering Letter

Interview date:                     3 August 2021 at Police Headquarters, Colwyn Bay


Overall Purpose of the Role:

To directly support the Police and Crime Commissioner through undertaking a full deputising role with delegated responsibility for set functions to discharge the statutory duties of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Key Responsibilities:

To support the Commissioner on his strong principle of community engagement, to engage with all communities in North Wales to ensure that their views are heard

To proactively enhance relationships with a wide range of stakeholders in the community safety and criminal justice sectors, to identify blockages or identify opportunities to improve the delivery of programmes that secure improved outcomes for local people.

Lead collaborative initiatives with local partners and stakeholders to reduce crime and enhance community policing.

To quality assure the provision of policing services in North Wales and support the Commissioner in scrutinising the effectiveness and efficiency of policing in North Wales

To act as an ambassador for the Commissioner and engage with relevant community groups, public bodies, elected representatives and organisations to better understand the policing needs of the community.

To support the Commissioner in ensuring that the needs of the community are represented in policing and where appropriate translate the community needs into legitimate actions and outcomes.

Help to brief members of Parliament, members of the Welsh Senedd, County Councillors, government officials and other voluntary and criminal justice partners on the Commissioner’s policy.

Represent the authorised views of the Commissioner to the media where appropriate.

On behalf of the Commissioner, help to generate policy proposals and respond to national policy developments. This will include engaging with other Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales and England.

Assist the Commissioner in liaising with the Chief Constable of North Wales Police and his staff and liaise with organisations and individuals at regional and national levels.

For full details of the role click here for the Person Specification and Role Profile

Application Pack:-

1. Letter from Andy Dunbobbin, Police and Crime Commissioner

2. Person Specification and Role Profile

3. Application Form (pdf) (word)






Victim Help Centre 

For information on vacancies in the Victim Help Centre, please click here.


Work Experience

If you are interested in applying for a work experience position with North Wales Police please check their website for information. The recruitment process usually starts late October each year for positions the following summer.

If a work experience position becomes available with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, North Wales Police will facilitate the recruitment on our behalf.

Volunteers in the Police Force

For details of volunteering opportunies with North Wales police click here


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