Police and Crime Commissioner
As your Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk Tim is responsible for setting the police and crime objectives for policing in the county. He does this through his Police and Crime Plan.
Tim is passionate about Suffolk and believes we all have a part to play in making Suffolk a safe, vibrant and thriving community. He is committed to supporting the Chief Constable to provide a police service that is fair, accessible, respects the human rights of all and has a diverse workforce able to meet the needs of all our communities.
Suffolk’s Police and Crime Plan is clear about Tim’s continued desire to work with local communities and partners to make Suffolk a safer place in which to live, work, travel and invest.
Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer
Every Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) must have a Chief Executive in post who supports and advises the PCC in delivering their statutory duties and responsibilities. The Chief Executive works with the PCC to enable delivery of the PCC’s vision, strategy and priorities and facilitate strategic and operational leadership of the office of the PCC. The Chief Executive also holds the role of Data Protection Officer and Monitoring Officer with a remit to draw to the PCC’s attention any actual or possible contraventions of law, maladministration or injustice.
Telephone: 01473 782770 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Finance Officer
Chris is designated as the Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) statutory Chief Finance Officer and as such is responsible for ensuring that the financial affairs of the PCC are properly administered as well as being the PCC’s advisor on financial matters. Chris joined the team in July 2007, having previously worked as a Director of Finance and Commissioning in the National Health Service in Suffolk since 1988.
Telephone: (01473) 782771 Email: email@example.com
Head of Communications and Engagement
Sandra is a member of the PCC’s senior management team. A former journalist, Sandra is responsible for external communications to ensure the public, partners and stakeholders are aware, informed and actively involved in the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner. Sandra is also the media’s first point of contact for enquiries to the PCC.
Telephone: (01473) 782777 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Head of Policy and Performance
Vanessa’s background is in local authority policy, performance management and research work, all of which are useful in her role as Head of Policy and Performance. Her role is primarily to develop policy and support projects.
Telephone: (01473) 782775 Email: email@example.com
Head of Governance and Commissioning
Liz leads on Commissioning for the Police and Crime Commissioner, managing Crime and Disorder Reduction grants, Victim Services and the PCC Fund. She provides governance support to the Chief Executive and manages the corporate and commissioning budgets.
Telephone: (01473) 613888 ext 4690 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Greg manages the PCC’s correspondence and provides administrative support to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Telephone: 01473 782773 E-mail: email@example.com
Executive Assistant to the PCC and the CEO
Anna provides secretarial and administrative support to the PCC, the Chief Executive and other senior staff. Anna also supports the Accountability and Performance Panel, Audit Committee and Collaboration panel.
Telephone: (01473) 782771 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah provides business support to the team and co-ordinates the Independent Custody Visiting Scheme.
Telephone: (01473) 782774 Email: email@example.com
Kate provides administrative and secretarial support to the office. She also assists with the discharge of the PCC’s commissioning function.
Telephone: (01473) 782772 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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