Recruitment of Volunteers for Police and Crime Commissioner's Complaints, Integrity and Ethics Panel
The Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld and the Chief Constable are recruiting three volunteers to be part of the Complaints, Integrity and Ethics Panel.
The Panel provides a transparent forum that monitors, and encourages constructive challenge, over the way complaints, integrity and ethics issues are handled by Thames Valley Police Force and overseen by the Police and Crime Commissioner.
There are nine independent volunteers on the panel in total and three volunteers are being sought to fill vacancies.
Anthony Stansfeld, Police and Crime Commissioner said “The panel has been operating successfully since April 2014 ensuring a robust, independent and transparent system to maintain public confidence in policing.
“Its success is due to the skills and commitment of our volunteers and I encourage anyone with the relevant skills and an interest in policing to apply”.
Volunteers are required to be over the age of 18, and live or work in the Thames Valley area and be able to attend meetings at Police Headquarters, Kidlington during the working day. The volunteers will be subject to a police vetting check. The Panel is made up of a group of independent volunteers and serving police officers or police staff are not eligible for this role.
The volunteers will receive training and a daily allowance including expenses for travelling to Police Headquarters. Meetings are held bi-monthly.
The closing date for applications is Friday 4 November at 12 noon.
Please visit www.thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk/ciep to find out more about the role, the experience needed, and how to apply.
For more information please contact the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on 01865 846780