Working for NPCC


Strategic Planning and Performance Manager

Location: 10 Victoria Street, London with flexibility to work remotely

Secondment: May 2021-31st March 2022 with the potential to extend for a further 12 months subject to funding.

MPS Band: C Sgt, Inspector or Police staff equivalent

Location: Home Working/Remote Working/ London

Job Purpose

An exciting opportunity to join a newly established team to support the Strategic Planning and Performance Lead to develop and manage NPCC-wide strategy and business planning processes and systems. This is fundamental to support the NPCC in the formulation and achievement of its objectives, priorities and strategies. This role will have a particular focus on developing and managing the performance of NPCC business planning. Working alongside NPCC colleagues and wider policing partners, and against a background of a dynamically changing public service landscape, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to develop their skills and experience at a strategic policing level and help shape the approach to national policing priorities

Vetting and STRAP

This post requires access to the most sensitive intelligence material on a daily basis. Applicants must hold or be prepared to undergo National Security Vetting CTC level before taking up the post.

Additional Information:

No accommodation provided, excess travel may be met subject to prior consultation.

For an application pack, please contact the MPS Secondments Unit via email: HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk

For further information regarding the roles please contact Tracy.holyer@.pnn.police.uk

Or Programme manager Richard Guy richard.guy@npcc.pnn.police.uk

Completed applications must be returned to secondment unit HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk by 17:00 on Friday 21sttMay 2021

All appointments are subject to the post holder satisfying the highest levels of security clearance at the time of appointment and for the duration of the secondment agreement. Failure to achieve such clearance or removal of such clearance will result in termination of the secondment agreement and the post holder will be returned to force. This does not affect your statutory right.


NPCC Communications Manager – Coordination and Engagement

Rank/Grade: Band C £37,569- £45,189 (subject to Negotiation) Plus London Weighting Allowance of £1,638

Location: 10 Victoria Street, London with flexibility to work remotely

Period of Secondment: Up to 31st March 2022 (extendable subject to funding and satisfactory performance)

Vetting level: CTC NPPV 2 Vetting required

Application deadline: 11.55pm on 17th May 2021. Interviews to be held week of 24th May 2021.

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) helps police cut crime and keep the public safe by joining up the operational response to the most serious and strategic threats.

The NPCC enables independent chief constables and their forces to work together to improve policing for the public. It coordinates the operational response to a range of threats, such as crime, terrorism and national emergencies. Working with the College of Policing, the NPCC implements standards and develop national approaches.

The NPCC has been granted 3.2 million by Home Office as part of the police settlement for 2021/22 to boost its response and coordination of national policing issues.

NPCC COMMUNICATIONS TEAM

The NPCC Communications Team plays a crucial role in communicating the collective views and action of UK police chiefs to the public, government and stakeholders, building and maintaining confidence in policing at the national level and supporting effective engagement with stakeholders.

THE ROLE

We are seeking a talented Communications Manager to specialise in engagement and coordination with key policing partners. This is an important new role that will improve coordination and planning to support the delivery of our communications strategy and business plan.

A core responsibility will be developing effective channels and content to communicate with NPCC members (chief officers and force communications teams) and key partners with a particular focus on communicating change.

Working at the centre of policing, on the biggest issues for the service, this is an exciting and challenging role where you can make a real difference.

You will work on a range of communication projects and will provide strategic communication advice on the best ways to engage our audiences.

It’s a great opportunity to expand your CV and your skills and experience: you will be working on high profile, politically sensitive issues where decisions and delivery have national implications with the potential to impact on the reputation of the whole police service.

KEY CRITERIA

You’ll bring expert knowledge of what great engagement looks like, and have experience of developing and delivering communication strategies, handling plans and content for internal or stakeholder audiences.

You’ll have excellent organisational, planning and project management skills and be comfortable operating in a fast-paced environment, prioritising and making decisions under pressure.

You will need sufficient media handling experience to contribute to a reactive media handling rota (one day in six) and an on-call duty rota requiring availability outside normal office hours and at weekends.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Occasional national travel may be required once Covid restrictions are lifted. Expenses will be paid for all additional travel.

HOW TO APPLY

For an informal conversation about the role contact Head of Communications Nicola Growcott nicola.growcott@npcc.pnn.police.uk.

To apply share a CV and completed application form with:

HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk.

Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

Application form

Job description


NPCC Communications Manager – Media and Digital

Grade: Band C £37,569- £45,189 Plus London Weighting Allowance of £1,638

Location: 10 Victoria Street, London with flexibility to work remotely

Period of Secondment: Up to 31st March 2022 (extendable subject to funding and satisfactory performance)

Vetting level: CTC NPPV 2 Vetting required

Application deadline: 11.55pm on 17th May 2021. Interviews to be held week of 24th May 2021.

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) helps police cut crime and keep the public safe by joining up the operational response to the most serious and strategic threats.

The NPCC enables independent chief constables and their forces to work together to improve policing for the public. It coordinates the operational response to a range of threats, such as crime, terrorism and national emergencies. Working with the College of Policing, the NPCC implements standards and develop national approaches.

The NPCC has been granted 3.2 million by Home Office as part of the police settlement for 2021/22 to boost its response and coordination of national policing issues.

NPCC COMMUNICATIONS TEAM

The NPCC Communications Team plays a crucial role in communicating the collective views and action of UK police chiefs to the public, government and stakeholders, building and maintaining confidence in policing at the national level and supporting effective engagement with stakeholders.

THE ROLE

We are seeking a talented Communications Manager specialising in media and digital. This is an important new role that will deliver high quality media and digital engagement to deliver on the NPCC communication strategy.

Working at the centre of policing, on the biggest issues for the service, this is an exciting and challenging role where you can make a real difference.

You will manage complex, sensitive issues and media stories in a way that builds and maintains reputation and provide professional advice and support to the Chair and chief officers.

You will work on a range of communication projects – creating and delivering integrated communication strategies, developing messaging and creative content, planning and executing media briefings and managing high profile publications/announcements.

You will be joining a team of communications professionals who work daily with chief officers, national crime correspondents, government, parliamentarians and others.

The job holder will take part in an on-call duty rota that will require them to be available outside normal office hours and at weekends.

It’s a great opportunity for you to expand your CV and your skills and experience: you will be working on high profile, politically sensitive issues where decisions and delivery have national implications with the potential to impact on the reputation of the whole police service.

KEY CRITERIA

You will need experience of working with the media proactively and reactively and of creating high quality creative content for media and digital channels.

You’ll bring expert knowledge of what great digital and media communication looks like, and have experience of developing and delivering communication strategies and handling plans.

You’ll have excellent organisational skills and be comfortable operating in a fast-paced environment, prioritising and making decisions under pressure.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Occasional national travel may be required once Covid restrictions are lifted. Expenses will be paid for all additional travel.

HOW TO APPLY

For an informal conversation about the role contact Media and Digital Manager Antony Bushfield on 07901331483 or antony.bushfield@npcc.pnn.police.uk.

To apply share a CV and completed application form with HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk.

Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

Application form

Job description


Stakeholder Engagement Manager – Police Plan of Action on Inclusion and Race

Salary/Grade: Band C: £37,569 to £45,189 pro-rata. A London Weighting Allowance of £1,638 may apply.

Location: Remote/home working with travel into London and beyond as required.

Part time/full time: Part time (three days a week, 21.60 hours)

Contract: 12 month fixed term contract or secondment – potential for extension

Vetting level: CTC NPPV 2 Vetting required

Application deadline: 9am 21 May 2021

POLICE PLAN OF ACTION ON INCLUSION AND RACE

Police leaders have committed to a plan of action to build a more inclusive police service, and address negative disparities for Black people interacting with, or working in, policing in England and Wales.

On the basis of evidenced negative disparities and historically lower rates of trust and confidence in policing, the immediate focus will be on the experiences and concerns of Black people.

The Police Plan of Action on Inclusion and Race is being led by the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the College of Policing, with partners from across policing, including Police and Crime Commissioners and staff associations. A supporting programme will run for at least two years to deliver the plan of action.

THE ROLE

We are seeking a Stakeholder Engagement Manager to lead and manage engagement with an exceptionally wide and diverse pool of stakeholders as part of the ambitious police plan of action.

It is essential to the success of the programme that key stakeholders receive an appropriate level of information, and understand how they can support and influence the programme. The Stakeholder Engagement Manager will design effective processes, products and plans to enable this crucial two-way dialogue.

The Stakeholder Manager will need to build strong partnerships and influence stakeholders to generate support including race equality groups, scrutiny groups, community groups, parliamentary select committees, campaigners, politicians and police officers and staff.

You’ll give strategic and tactical advice and create engaging, impactive products and content to support the communication of the programme and its progress in various stakeholder forums.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

You’ll have proven experience of being able to identify, engage and build effective partnerships with key stakeholders to deliver tangible outputs.

You’ll have a good understanding of the principles and practicalities of effective stakeholder engagement including confidence in stakeholder mapping. You’ll be confident in using insight and analysis to shape strategies and evaluating impact.

Strong organisational, planning and project delivery skills are essential with the ability to manage multiple strands of work while delivering to tight deadlines and working under pressure.

Excellent written communication skills across a variety of channels and audiences and ability to plan, create and commission high quality content are key skills.

You’ll have an interest in and understanding of race and inclusion issues and be motivated by contributing to the aims of the programme and bringing about positive change.

NATIONAL POLICE CHIEFS’ COUNCIL

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) enables independent chief constables and their forces to work together to improve policing for the public. We coordinate the operational response across the service to the threats we face in the UK, such as terrorism, organised crime and national emergencies. Working with the College of Policing, we implement standards and develop national approaches to a range of issues.

COLLEGE OF POLICING

We are the professional body for the police service in England and Wales. Working together with everyone in policing, we share the skills and knowledge officers and staff need to prevent crime and keep people safe. We set the standards in policing to build and preserve public trust and we help those in policing develop the expertise needed to meet the demands of today and prepare for the challenges of the future.

HOW TO APPLY - SECONDMENT

For an informal conversation about the role contact Head of Communications Nicola Growcott nicola.growcott@npcc.pnn.police.uk.

To apply share a CV and a personal statement (no more than 1000 words) setting out how you meet the person specification set out in the role profile (Experience, Knowledge and Skills)

HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk.

Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

Job description


Strategic Communications Lead – Police Plan of Action on Inclusion and Race

Salary/Grade: £48997 – £60115 (depending on experience). A London Weighting Allowance of £1,638 may apply.

Location: Remote/home working with travel into London and beyond as required.

Part time/full time: Full time 36 hours per week

Contract: 12 month fixed term contract or secondment – potential for extension

Vetting level: CTC NPPV 2 Vetting required

Application deadline: 9am 21 May 2021

POLICE PLAN OF ACTION ON INCLUSION AND RACE

Police leaders have committed to a plan of action to build a more inclusive police service, and address negative disparities for Black people interacting with, or working in, policing in England and Wales.

On the basis of evidenced negative disparities and historically lower rates of trust and confidence in policing, the immediate focus will be on the experiences and concerns of Black people.

The Police Plan of Action on Inclusion and Race is being led by the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and the College of Policing, with partners from across policing, including Police and Crime Commissioners and staff associations. A supporting programme will run for at least two years to deliver the plan of action.

THE ROLE

We are seeking a highly strategic communications leader to lead and be accountable for the communication of this ambitious plan of action.

This role is a unique opportunity to contribute to a programme of change that will address long-standing challenges in the relationship between the police and Black people in the UK with communication central to achieving the programme’s aims.

The programme aims to build confidence in the police where it is currently lowest and the Communications Lead will play a pivotal role in championing audience specific, insight-led communications and developing strategic communications that build confidence.

The Communications Lead will develop and deliver a communications strategy to:

  • build active engagement in the programme of change from a wide range of stakeholders;
  • communicate progress and meaningful change - prioritising Black people and other people of colour and addressing their concerns about policing;
  • design or commission strategic communication that deliver specific outcomes with the plan of action.

This role will deal with complex, sensitive and high profile issues at a strategic level and include hands-on delivery in as well as management of overall delivery.

You will manage a stakeholder engagement manager and will draw on resources from the both the NPCC and College of Policing communication teams as well commissioning and managing suppliers.

PERSON SPECIFICATION

You’ll have a strong track record of managing, developing and delivering successful and innovative communications, campaigns and digital content.

You’ll have an interest in and understanding of race and inclusion issues and be motivated by contributing to the aims of the programme and bringing about positive change.

Highly developed strategy skills are essential with an ability to shape communications strategy on complex and sensitive issues and find creative solutions to communications challenges.

You’ll also be a skilled communicator and presenter, including at board level, with an ability to project manage from start to finish, managing multiple complex communications deliverables and delivering to tight deadlines.

NATIONAL POLICE CHIEFS’ COUNCIL

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) enables independent chief constables and their forces to work together to improve policing for the public. We coordinate the operational response across the service to the threats we face in the UK, such as terrorism, organised crime and national emergencies. Working with the College of Policing, we implement standards and develop national approaches to a range of issues.

COLLEGE OF POLICING

We are the professional body for the police service in England and Wales. Working together with everyone in policing, we share the skills and knowledge officers and staff need to prevent crime and keep people safe. We set the standards in policing to build and preserve public trust and we help those in policing develop the expertise needed to meet the demands of today and prepare for the challenges of the future.

HOW TO APPLY - SECONDMENT

For an informal conversation about the role contact Head of Communications Nicola Growcott nicola.growcott@npcc.pnn.police.uk.

To apply share a CV and a personal statement (no more than 1000 words) setting out how you meet the person specification set out in the role profile (Experience, Knowledge and Skills)

HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk.

Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

Job description




NPCC Strategic Hub Lead

Rank/Grade: Senior Police Staff Leader (Assistant Chief Officer level)

Salary: Met Senior Pay Band BB2b. £92,388-£138,581 negotiable

Location: Home Force/remote working, with requirement for travel once COVID19 restrictions are lifted

Period of Secondment: 01/04/2021-31/03/2022. Extendable subject to satisfactory performance and funding

Vetting level: CTC NPPV 2 Vetting required

Closing date: 30 April 2021

The National Police Chief Council (NPCC) brings the Police forces in the UK together to help policing coordinate operations, reform, improve and provide value for money. We coordinate the operational response across the service to the threats the UK faces, such as terrorism, organised crime and national emergencies.

The NPCC operates as a virtual network consisting of the 45 police forces covering England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland as well specialist police forces such as the British Transport Police, Ministry of Defence Police and the Civil Nuclear Constabulary.

To inform the work of the Council, the NPCC has developed a network of thematic co-ordination committees, portfolio’s and working groups, acting with joint purpose. These groups, led by a Chief Officer, provide subject matter expertise on areas of business pertinent to all areas of policing.

National Police Chief Council is embarking on a 12 month pathfinder programme to enhance and expand its ability to support Chief Constables in delivering NPCC objectives.

Working as a Senior Leader, the Strategic Hub Lead will be accountable for providing strategic leadership of the core dedicated NPCC functions in support of the Chair of the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC). The post holder will have direct responsibility for leading and line managing the NPCC Strategic Hub, improving co-ordination, collaboration and communication across the NPCC landscape and with key partners.

The main areas of business and organisational delivery include development and performance against the NPCC strategy and annual delivery plan, ensuring effective and transparent business management and communications, both internally and externally across the law enforcement and partnership landscape.

Key attributes required include experience of working at a national, strategic level within policing and law enforcement, the ability to lead a cross-cutting array of organisational capabilities (including finance, HR, strategy and planning, communications), manage strategic change, work effectively in a virtual environment, and the ability to communicate effectively across numerous senior stakeholders to negotiate and influence.

Additional information

Occasional national travel is expected. Expenses will be paid for all additional travel.

Please contact Tracy Holyer on tracy.holyer@npcc.pnn.police.uk or Richard Guy on Richard.Guy2@met.pnn.police.uk, if you would like an informal discussion or if further information is required regarding this role.

For an application pack, including full role profile, please e-mail HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk

Completed applications must be returned to:

  • HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk by 30 April 2021
  • Applicants should note that interviews will be held as soon as practicable following the closing date for applications
  • Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

NPCC Audit and Assurance Strategic Secretariat Manager

Rank/Grade: Band C

Location: 10 Victoria Street with flexibility to work remotely

Period of Secondment: 1 year extendable subject to funding and satisfactory performance

Vetting level: CTC

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) helps police cut crime and keep the public safe by joining up the operational response to the most serious and strategic threats. The body has the following functions:

  • The co-ordination of national operations including defining, monitoring and testing force contributions to the Strategic Policing Requirement working with the National Crime Agency where appropriate;
  • The command of counter terrorism operations and delivery of counter terrorist policing through the national network as set out in the Counter Terrorism Collaboration Agreement;
  • The co-ordination of the national police response to national emergencies and the co-ordination of the mobilisation of resources across force borders and internationally;
  • The national operational implementation of standards and policy as set by the College of Policing and Government;
  • To work with the College of Policing, to develop joint national approaches on criminal justice, value for money, service transformation, information management, performance management and technology;
  • Where appropriate, to work with the College of Policing in order to develop joint national approaches to staff and human resource issues, including misconduct and discipline, in line with the Chief Officers’ responsibilities as employers.

The NPCC Audit and Assurance Strategic Secretariat Manager will ensure the effective governance of the corporate decision making framework. They will ensure NPCC scrutiny board meetings are run effectively and provided with properly considered, succinct and strategic reports presented to the right meeting at the right time.

The post holder will ensure the Chair of NPCC, the NPCC Audit and Assurance Board (AAB) (and any other scrutiny boards as directed) are provided with relevant agenda items, properly considered, succinct and strategic reports to enable effective decision making for NPCC.

The post holder will communicate decisions from AAB and any other scrutiny boards clearly to the wider NPCC, as appropriate.

The post holder will be responsible for providing proactive governance support direct to the Chair of NPCC, the Chair of AAB and other Senior Leadership Team (SLT) members with responsibility for engaging with the board meetings.

They will also be responsible for ensuring actions arising from DARA (Directorate of Audit, Risk & Assurance) and external inspectorate and auditors’ recommendations to improve NPCC are delivered by owners.

Key responsibilities

  • Deliver effective secretariat arrangements for the NPCC corporate boards including logistics planning, proactive agenda planning and establishing a clear understanding of each agenda item and the decisions required;
  • Manage the reputational risk for NPCC regarding the accurate recording of discussions and actions;
  • Ensure consistently high quality records of minutes, actions and decisions at the most strategic level (including some Chief Constable Counsel CCC meetings) are taken and circulated promptly;
  • Scrutinise all NPCC reports that are submitted to scrutiny boards to ensure high standards are maintained, challenging reports that are not up to the required standard and supporting authors to improve the quality of their report;
  • Responsible for ensuring the corporate agenda planner is regularly updated with reports requiring decisions to be discussed at the right meeting;
  • Provide guidance to SLT, managers / report authors on how to present decisions to corporate boards and the associated governance route;
  • Ensure consistently high quality records of NPCC corporate meetings are taken, maintained and are made accessible to NPCC staff and, as appropriate, the public;
  • Work closely with NPCC SLT to check all decisions and actions are followed through effectively and audited appropriately;
  • Build an effective relationship with the Chair of AAB, to ensure appropriate forward planning of AAB agendas;
  • Responsible for corporate diary management and ensuring that board meetings are scheduled to fit with the decision making framework;
  • Ensure corporate meetings remain fit for purpose, implementing improvement changes in consultation as appropriate.

Additional information

Occasional national travel is expected. Expenses will be paid for all additional travel. London weighting and Central Service Allowance is paid to police officers on secondment.

Please contact Gabriella Chamberlain Gabriella.Chamberlain@homeoffice.gov.uk Tel: 07901 607854 or Charmaine Laurencin charmaine.laurenicn@npcc.police.uk 07936 282288 if you would like an informal discussion or if further information is required regarding this role.

For an application pack please e-mail HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk

Completed applications must be returned to

  • HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk by 7 May 2021.
  • Applicants should be available for interview during the w/c 10th May 2021
  • Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

NPCC Data Protection Officer

Salary: Negotiable

London location allowance: £1,639

Location: 10 Victoria Street with flexibility for Home Force, Remote Working

Period of Secondment: 1 Year extendable subject to satisfactory performance and funding

Vetting level: CTC NPPV 2 Vetting required

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) helps police cut crime and keep the public safe by joining up the operational response to the most serious and strategic threats. The body has the following functions:

  • The co-ordination of national operations including defining, monitoring and testing force contributions to the Strategic Policing Requirement working with the National Crime Agency where appropriate;
  • The command of counter terrorism operations and delivery of counter terrorist policing through the national network as set out in the Counter Terrorism Collaboration Agreement;
  • The co-ordination of the national police response to national emergencies and the co-ordination of the mobilisation of resources across force borders and internationally;
  • The national operational implementation of standards and policy as set by the College of Policing and Government;
  • To work with the College of Policing, to develop joint national approaches on criminal justice, value for money, service transformation, information management, performance management and technology;
  • Where appropriate, to work with the College of Policing in order to develop joint national approaches to staff and human resource issues, including misconduct and discipline, in line with the Chief Officers’ responsibilities as employers.

Role

The successful candidate will be expected to perform the protected statutory and independent role of Data Protection Officer for the National Police Chiefs’ Council and be the responsible officer for the provision of strategic advice, planning, and compliance with all aspects of the Data Protection Act 2018, UK General Data Protection Regulation and associated legislation and guidance.

They will be involved in all issues involving the NPCC which relate to the protection of personal data. The Data Protection Officer will have the independence to fulfil their statutory responsibilities and will not receive instruction regarding the performance of their tasks.

The DPO will report to the Chair of the NPCC as that represents the highest management level in the organisation. The job holder will line manage one member of NPCC staff but will have no budgetary responsibility. They will have access to force data protection officers, the national Chief Officer lead, and the National Police Freedom of Information and Data Protection Unit to ensure they are able to perform their role effectively.

The successful candidate will direct and lead the NPCC strategically in relation to information governance. In collaboration with force DPOs they will advise Chief Constables regarding their obligations, as data controllers, on compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018, UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) and associated data protection legislation.

They will influence and provide advice to ensure that the discharge of the NPCC’s functions is compliant with data protection and associated legislation. Represent the NPCC as lead contact for the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), and as principal point of contact for data subjects in all matters relating to the protection of personal data, in order to ensure breach notifications, complaints, investigations, and confidentiality requests are facilitated.

In conjunction with the NPCC Data Protection Chief Officer Lead, maintain a programme of awareness-raising, developing appropriate policies and guidance, in order to influence, embed and integrate data protection and data privacy within the culture of the NPCC.

Shape and direct the review, appraisal and maintenance of information management within the NPCC, advising on monitoring and information audit requirements, to mitigate against risks around data protection processing activities, and to ensure compliance with UK GDPR and associated data protection legislation.

Monitor and advise on the undertaking and completion of data protection impact assessments when new or alternative processing activities are proposed under the NPCC’s functions, to enable solutions to be developed which meet compliance and the strategic and organisational objectives of the service.

Maintain and develop active and effective relationships with police forces, partner agencies and Governing Bodies (ICO, Home Office, etc.) including representing the NPCC at relevant national meetings, conferences, forums etc. in order to share best practice and be the NPCC data protection point of contact for forces and other Government Bodies.

Skills:

The successful candidate will be able to identify the likely future needs and obligations of the NPCC in relation to the information management function, taking account of internal and external factors, and positively create strategic change within the NPCC in response to such factors.

Use a range of communication and influencing techniques to successfully negotiate, collaborate or affect change, in relation to matters of a specialist/ technical nature.

Deliver effective outcomes, balancing complex competing demands and making risk-based decisions within the available budget.

Assess progress, identify emerging risks, issues and opportunities, and take corrective steps as required to ensure that the right results are achieved.

Identify and recognise opportunities for new or improved technologies to enable a more effective data protection compliance function and improvements to NPCC effectiveness and efficiency.

Respond to all subject rights (erasure, rectification and access) requests for personal data made by individuals ensuring that the supply of any information does not prejudice ongoing police investigations by the correct application of the exemptions contained within the Data Protection Act.

Essential Criteria

  • Accredited or equivalent professional qualification in data protection
  • Expert knowledge of data protection law and practices
  • Substantial recent experience of managing data protection and information rights functions within a large organisation or law enforcement body
  • Possession of a management qualification.

Additional information

Occasional national travel is expected. Expenses will be paid for all additional travel. London weighting and Central Service Allowance is paid to police officers on secondment.

Please contact Colin Ley- Smith Tel: 01489 569823 or 101 extension 4647-501 Mobile: 07794 055969 or email colin.ley-smith@acro.pnn.police.uk; if you would like an informal discussion or if further information is required regarding this role.

For an application pack please e-mail HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk

Completed applications must be returned to:

  • HRMailbox-.SecondmentsUnit@met.police.uk by 17:00hrs on the 30 April 2021
  • Applicants should be available for interview during the w/c 17th May 2021
  • Please note that all applications must be supported by your home force prior to submission.

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