If you are looking for a rewarding role to play a part in shaping policing in the county then we have just the job!
Lincolnshire Police and Crime Panel are recruiting to fill the four-year position vacated by one of its two independent members.
They are seeking someone with a genuine interest in policing, community safety and victims and the delivery of high quality services to be an independent voice for the people of Lincolnshire alongside 10 elected councillors.
They are there to constructively scrutinise and hold to account the decisions of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones.
Panel chairman, Chris Cook, the other co-opted independent, is leading a recruitment task group and said: “We are looking for someone who has an interest in policing in the county and a background in criminal justice, victim support or financial management and auditing.”
Mr Cook was formerly Head of Crime at Lincolnshire Police and chairman of the board for probation services in Lincolnshire. “That has clearly assisted me in my role,” he said.
Mr Cook said it would be an interesting first few months for the right candidate, with issues surrounding the setting of the force’s budget, agreeing a future Government funding deal and selection of a new Chief Constable.
Closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday October 10, with interviews to be held on Friday November 4.
Mr Cook said: “We have advertised previously and had limited response. We would like to increase the pool of candidates and skills.
“I have found my role on the panel very rewarding and we play a part in shaping the delivery of policing services. We act as a critical friend to the Commissioner.”
Typically, panel members dedicate one to two days a month, including time to analyse reports. You will receive appropriate training and can claim reasonable travel expenses.
For details: www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/jobs/ or email email@example.com or phone 01507 613052.