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Independent Member Police Misconduct Hearings and Police Appeals Tribunals Vacancy

News Announcement
The Office of the Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner is seeking to appoint people who live, work or study in County Durham and Darlington to fulfil the role of Independent Member for both Police Misconduct Hearings and Police Appeals Tribunal.

Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner serves diverse communities and to truly reflect this, we are keen to recruit people from Black, Asian and other minority backgrounds. We value the knowledge and experiences that individuals bring from different cultures and welcome any contributions that can enhance the services we deliver to the public.

 Police officers are governed and protected by terms and conditions known as Police Regulations which are set out in law by Parliament. Under the Police (Conduct) Regulations 2020, the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Durham is required to hold and maintain a list of Independent Members, i.e. lay people, to sit on police misconduct panels in order to provide independent and impartial assurance that decisions made during the proceedings are objective, reasonable, proportionate and fair.

Application documents

1. Introduction

2. Role Profile

3. Application Form

4. Fees and Expenses

5. Terms and Conditions

6. Police Crime and Victims' Plan

7. Home Office Guidance

8. Police Appeals Tribunal Rules


Schedule 

Advertisement - 6 October 2020

Closing Date - 19 October 2020

Shortlisting - 21/22 October 2020

Invite to interview - w/b 26 October 2020

Interviews - 4/5 November 2020

Training - 16/17 November 2020

Vetting - TBC

Contract Start - 01 January 2021

Closing Date for applications is 19th October 2020.

Posted on Tuesday 6th October 2020
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