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£34,411 Per year
23 September 2022 18:15:00
Closing Date:
04 October 2022 17:00:00

Durham Police & Crime Commissioner’s Office

Location: Based at the Durham Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office, Police HQ, Aykley Heads, Durham (Flexible working options available)

Salary: £34,411 per annum

Hours: 37 hours per week, working Monday to Friday

Job type: Fixed Term – 11 Months. Secondments are welcome from Neighbouring Forces, local authorities or the probation services.


About the role:

The Office of the Durham Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and dedicated individual who is able coordinate project delivery in relation the Government’s Safer Streets Initiative around Reducing Neighbourhood Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour.

This is an exciting opportunity to co-ordinate the Safer Streets initiative, with project delivery targeted in Peterlee, Ferryhill and Stanley, building on the foundations of multi-agency approaches to reduce Neighbourhood Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour. You will work alongside the PCC, Durham Constabulary, and a range of other key partners in co-ordinating all aspects of multi-agency implementation.  Ideally, we would like the successful candidate to be experienced and confident in dealing with partners and stakeholders to ensure delivery of community-based initiatives. You will have a proven ability to project manage a diverse workload, be highly motivated and well organised with a high level of attention to detail.

For further enquiries regarding the vacancy please contact Mark Warcup or Andrew Woodward on 0191 375 2001 or email

Please note that as a member of the office of the police and Crime commissioner this post is politically restricted in line with relevant legislation.

The Local Government Officers (Political Restrictions) Regulations 1990 (

Qualifications / Experience Test

NVQ level 4 qualification or equivalent in a field relevant to the role.

If you possess an equivalent qualification, you must clearly outline this on your application.  Failure to do say may result in your application not being progressed.

Further information regarding the relevancy of equivalent qualifications is available from the OfQual website at

Successful candidate will be required to provide copies of all relevant qualifications.         

How to apply

For further information please view the Job Description

To apply please download and complete the Police Staff Application Form Pers 198.

Completed application forms should be returned to

For application guidance notes please click here.

Hard copy applications and CVs will not be accepted

Candidates will be contacted via email in relation to the recruitment process and are advised to also check junk/spam folders for email updates.

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