OPCC Structure Chart

Correct as of 26th July 2021. The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner employs 16 staff, plus the Police & Crime Commissioner. Two staff members job-share one role. 

For accessibility, the office structure is also explained here.

The staff structure chart, demographics, salaries and disability information are updated as soon as any changes arise.

Demographic breakdown of OPCC staff

Gender

Male: 6            35.3%
Female: 11      64.7%

Ethnicity

White: 17          100%

Disability

There are currently no members of staff who have a registered disability.

OPCC Salary Bands

RoleGradeSalary Range (£)
PCC and Executive Team
Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC)Nationally Set*76,500
Deputy PCC (not currently filled) 75% of PCC57,375
Chief ExecutiveSpot Salary83,736
Chief Finance OfficerSpot Salary81,996
Personal Assistants
Executive Assistant to PCCE20,706 – 26,016
Executive Assistant to DPCC, CEO, CFOE20,706 – 26,016
Compliance Team
Head of ComplianceN44,928 – 52,359
Administrative and Casework AssistantD19,032 – 23,406
Apprentice (Not currently filled)Minimum Wage15,065
Operations Team
Head Of OperationsN44,928 – 52,359
Engagement Lead Officer (not currently filled)I29,793 – 36,369
Community Engagement OfficerH27,774 – 34,578
Digital Engagement OfficerH27,774 – 34,578
Meetings and Records Officer (not currently filled)I29,793 – 36,369
Research PlacementLiving Wage17,316
Policy & Partnerships OfficerJ31,725 – 38,376
Projects Officer (not currently filled)F22,599 – 28,725
Performance OfficerI29,793 – 36,369
Commissioning Team
Head of CommissioningN44,928 – 52,359
Commissioning & Grants OfficerK34,578 – 41,718
Finance & Commissioning Support OfficerD19,032 – 23,406
Commissioning and Grants AssistantD19,032 – 23,406

Staff of the Chief Officer of Police or a Local Authority

That despite their legally distinct identities and their differing roles and responsibilities it is appropriate for the Commissioner and the Chief Constable to work together by way of joint endeavour in order to improve outcomes for local people as set out in the Commissioner‘s Police and Crime Plan. 

The PCC and the Chief Officer have set up a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The purpose of the MOU is to define the role of the parties,  the expectations of how they will work together and is a statement of intent that will underpin the partnership between the parties.

Such sharing of business support is not regarded as the provision of services by one to the other but rather a cooperative arrangement for the effective delivery of business support essential to the operation of both offices. 

You can see the MOU which was agreed at the Strategic Governance Board on the 14th April 2014.

PLEASE NOTE: With the exception of legally required data and historic financial records, the majority of the information on the Derbyshire OPCC website covers information, news and events for the current Commissioner only. For access to news articles and information covering the previous Commissioners please contact the OPCC team.
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