Police and Crime Commissioner
Role: As your Police and Crime Commissioner it is my job is to ensure that the policing needs of Lancashire communities are met as effectively as possible. I aim to bring communities closer to the police, build confidence in the system and restore trust. I want to use my role to give the public a voice at the highest level, and give you, the people of Lancashire, the ability to ensure that the police are accountable.
Salary : £86,700 (Set by the Home Secretary)
Elected date : 5 May 2016
Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
Role: I work closely with the PCC in supporting the delivery of the Police and Crime Plan especially in relation to the Developing Confident Communities priority. My job is engaging with the public and political stakeholders such as MP’s and local councillors and supporting consultations and campaigns.
Salary : £26,267 (3 days a week)
Appointed : December 2018
Staff of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Lancashire
Figures as of 16.01.2018.
There are currently 17 members of staff in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire (this figure excludes the PCC)
The gender breakdown of the OPCC is 9 females and 8 males
To the knowledge of the OPCC no staff member is of an ethnic minority
Three members of staff at the OPCC have declared that they consider themselves to have a disability.
The pay multiple
The ‘pay multiple’ is the ratio between the highest paid salary and the median average salary of the whole of the workforce.
The ratio for Lancashire Constabulary now stands at 5:4, the ratio for PCC staff stands at 2.8.
Figures updated 09.03.2020.
Gifts and Hospitality
A register of each offer or a gift or hospitality made to the Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, or to any member of staff in the Commissioners Office is retained, which indicates whether the offer was accepted or refused. Take a look at our Gifts and Hospitality Register.