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Police and Crime Panel searching for new member

Thursday, September 13, 2018

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CLEVELAND Police and Crime Panel is looking for someone who either lives or works within the force’s area to become a panel member.

Applications are open for a Non-Political Independent Member (NPIM) who will serve from November 2018 to February 2021. The closing date for applications is September 21, 2018.

The panel provides an independent challenge to Cleveland’s Police and Crime Commissioner, who must consult with the panel on his plan and precept.

Members are required to attend and prepare for an average of four meetings a year, with the possibility of attending Task and Finish Groups.

Meetings last approximately two to three hours, and will be held at 5pm in the new Community Safety Hub, Middlesbrough.

Panel members are able to claim reasonable travelling and subsistence expenses, and will receive an induction and any other appropriate training.

For a copy of the application pack or further information please email [email protected]