The Office of the PCC

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) supports the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) in his work.

The team helps the PCC to deliver the Police and Crime Plan and other statutory duties. As a result, work falls broadly into the following:

  • Criminal justice, victims commissioning and partnerships;
  • Standards, ethics and scrutiny;
  • Communications and community engagement;
  • Office management, support and case work;
  • Strategic contracting and treasury management;
  • Collaborations and partnerships.

The 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.

Senior Employee Information

Information on senior employees, whose salary is in excess of £58,200 per annum can be found on our Senior Employee Information and in our Senior Officers Salaries table.

Staff Organisation Chart

To find out how staff in the PCC office are organised, please take a look at our Staff Organisation Chart.

Lists and Registers

View lists and registers including gifts and hospitality and register of interests of the Police and Crime Commissioner and his Deputy.

Vacancies

Find out about current vacancies at the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office.

 

Policies and Procedures

Find out about policies and procedures of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office.

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The Office of the PCC for Lancashire
County Hall Preston
PR1 0LD
Email: commissioner@lancashire-pcc.gov.uk