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We are delighted that you are interested in a role working for the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner.

Take a look at our current vacancies:


Current Vacancies

  • Appointment of Legally Qualified Chairs to serve on Police Misconduct Panels (see below)

Daily rate £366.00, £52.50 per hour preparatory work and report writing, plus expense

The four Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales are seeking to recruit up to 10 legally qualified Chairs who will be required to preside over hearings for the Police Forces in Wales. These hearings are gross misconduct cases in what is an important aspect of the disciplinary rules that govern the police.

Applications are sought from qualified lawyers who can demonstrate integrity and independence of mind, commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion, sound judgement and an objective approach to issues presented.

Candidates must satisfy the judicial-appointment eligibility condition on a 5-year basis, as set out in section 50 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007.

For more information contact the Commissioner’s office on 01492 805486, email OPCCvacancy@nthwales.pnn.police.uk or visit: www.northwales-pcc.gov.uk

The closing date for completed applications is 12 noon, Friday 7 February 2020.

 

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