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Bridgebury House, Woburn Road, Kempston, Bedfordshire, MK43 9AX

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Staff Facts & Figures

Staff Facts and Figures

18 Full Time Members of Staff, including the PCC: 90%

2 Part Time Members of Staff: 10%

  • Are women: 75% 
  • Are men: 25%
  • Are, to the knowledge of the elected local policing body, members of an ethnic minority: 17%
  • Have, to the knowledge of the elected local policing body, a disability (within the meaning of section 6 of the Equality Act 2010): 11%

Organisational Chart for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

Festus Akinbusoye – The Police and Crime Commissioner

The Police and Crime Commissioner’s role is a busy one, but the PCC is supported by an Executive Team who help to shape the delivery of the policing agenda across the county and help action key executive decisions on a daily basis, and a team of administrative staff. Together they make up the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC).

 

Contact: PCC@beds.police.uk

PCC Salary – £73,300

Gifts and Hospitality LogPlease click on the link to view the PCC Gifts and Hospitality Log.

Notification of Disclosable Interests Log – Please click on the link to view the PCC Notification of Disclosable Interests Log. 

Land/Premise owned and/or leased by the PCC – Please click on the link to view the log of land and premises owned and/or leased by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Bedfordshire.

Ian Dalgarno – Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

The Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner supports the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner, his office, and the delivery of his Police and Crime Plan.

 

Contact: PCC@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Notification of Disclosable Interests Log – Please click on the link to view the Deputy PCC’s Notification of Disclosable Interests Log. 

Anna Villette – Interim Chief Executive (Grade – SM4)

Anna joined the OPCC to undertake the monitoring officer role on a temporary basis and to carry out a review of the OPCC. Anna has more than 20 years’ senior leadership experience working in and around local government and the emergency services, including time as a local councillor where she served on a Police and Crime Panel.

Anna.Villette@beds.police.uk

Wayne Humberstone –  Director of OPCC Operations (Grade SM2)

Wayne has nearly three decades of experience around various elements of Policing and also has responsibility for the day to day oversight of the staffing and projects within the OPCC.

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Wayne.Humberstone@beds.police.uk

Simon Powell – Head Of Victim Services and Commissioning (Grade SM1)

Simon is the Head of Victim Services and manages the Bedfordshire Victim Care Services (BVCS) hub.

Simon.Powell2@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Phil Eaton – Project Manager Policing and Contact

Phil manages projects set by the OPCC Chief of Staff to support the PCC’s priority area objectives.

Philip.Eaton@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Katie Beaumont – Head of Governance and Transparency (Grade SM1)

Katie assists the Chief Executive with all compliance and governance issues. She leads on all complaints which are received from the public. Katie is also the Eastern Regional Lead for the Independent Custody Visiting Scheme.

Katie.Beaumont@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Bethany Coles – Compliance Officer

Bethany assists the Head of Governance and Transparency with all compliance and governance duties. This includes Freedom of Information Requests, Subject Access Requests and managing the Independent Custody Visiting Scheme. 

Bethany.Coles@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Anesu Magundani – Compliance Officer Democractic Services

Anesu assists the Head of Governance and Transparency with all compliance and governance duties. This includes the administration function of the Police and Crime Panel, Freedom of Information Requests, Subject Access Requests and managing the Community Scrutiny Panels (Stop and Search and Use of Force).

Anesu.Magundani@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Mary Robinson – Contacts Officer

Mary is responsible for dealing with communications received within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, ensuring that correspondence received, is signposted to the appropriate department. 

Mary.Robinson2@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Leanne Friel – Communications Officer

Leanne is the liaison between the organisation, the public, and the media to ensure that the activities of the PCC are relayed appropriately and on time.

Leanne.Friel@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Gemma McCormack – Executive Personal Assistant to the PCC and Office Manager

Gemma is the Executive Personal Assistant to the Police and Crime Commissioner and is the Office Manager.

Gemma.McCormack@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Cara Gavin – Early Intervention and Reducing Reoffending Project Manager

Cara is responsible for supporting the PCC, Chief Executive and the Senior Management team in delivering and project managing for the Early Intervention and Reducing Reoffending elements in the Police and Crime Plan.

Cara.Gavin@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Jenna Skinner – Commissioning and Income Generation Lead 

Jenna is the lead for Commissioning and Income Generation and is responsible for the day-to-day management of the commissioning function within the OPCC, co-ordinating all resources in a well-planned and controlled manner, as well as ensuring that requirements and resource levels are fully identified. 

Jenna.Skinner@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed 

Tara Malciw – Commissioning Officer

Tara is the Commissioning Officer and is responsible for supporting the annual commissioning process and ensuring compliance with policy and process throughout the year. Tara works with commissioned individuals/organisations to ensure delivery of objectives.

Tara.Malciw@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed 

Claire Hurst – Commissioning Officer

Claire is the Commissioning Officer and is responsible for supporting the annual commissioning process and ensuring compliance with policy and process throughout the year. Claire works with commissioned individuals/organisations to ensure delivery of objectives.

Claire.Hurst@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed 

Pauline Stewart – Executive Personal Assistant to Chief Executive

Pauline is the Executive Personal Assistant to the Chief Executive of the OPCC and provides a full range of support duties, as well as on occasions to the Senior Management Team. 

Pauline.Stewart@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log  – Nothing Claimed

Francoise Julian – Criminal Justice and Victims Project Manager

Francoise is the Project Manager for Criminal Justice and Victims within the OPCC.

Francoise.Julian@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Alysha Patel – Restorative Justice Coordinator

Alysha is the Restorative Justice Coordinator for the OPCC and is responsible for working with criminal justice, local authority and voluntary sector partners to develop and embed restorative justice practice across the county, maintaining a scalable and sustainable service that is victim-centred and accessible to local communities. 

Alysha.Patel@beds.police.uk

Gifts and Hospitality Log – Nothing Claimed

Salary bandings

Salary bands for staff permanently employed are:

Scale 5 – £24,576 – £26,565

Scale 6 – £27, 432 – £29,331

SO1 – £32,394 – £34,326

SO2 – £35,307 – £37,134

PO1 – £36,231 – £39,183

PO2 – £38,064 – £41,517

PO3 – £46,545 – £49,806

PO4 – £49,806 – £53,079

Salary bands for senior staff permanently employed are:

‘Senior Employee’ means a member of the staff of an elected local policing body whose salary exceeds £58,200.

SM1 – £59,292 – £64,725

SM2 – £64,725 – £71,634

SM4 – £79,971 – £89,157

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