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Assistant Chief Constable

Applications are invited from senior police officers who have passed the Senior Police National Assessment Centre and the Strategic Command Course for the post of Assistant Chief Constable at Staffordshire Police.

Staffordshire Police keeps more than a million people safe from harm. It is an exciting, fast-paced organisation, committed to delivering the best services to communities through its 3,400 police officers, PCSOs and staff. This is an exciting period of change for the Force, as it looks to embed a new approach to policing, transform its IT and digital capability, and deliver a major culture change programme.

The force prides itself on its focus on local policing and partnerships, and justice and care for victims. The public and partners should feel safe and confident that the force is striving for better outcomes, driving down crime and responding to ever-changing crime demands.

The force is looking for a motivated leader who can carry on these assurances and seek challenges to continually improve the services it delivers.

How to apply

To apply for the position of Assistant Chief Constable, please complete the application form. This should be sent via email to Helen Brunjes at application.pack@staffordshire.pnn.police.uk.

The closing date for receipt of applications is 0900HRS, 10th January 2022.

Successful candidates will be invited to present at an internal and external stakeholder panel on: Tuesday 25th January 2022

An interview with the Chief Constable, Deputy Chief Constable, Director of People and Resources and an independent panel member will be: Wednesday 26th 2022

Should you be interested in the position, you are invited to contact the Chief Constable's Staff Officer Inspector Karen Green on 01785 232383, who will arrange an informal discussion with a member of the executive team or key stakeholder within the force.

Staffordshire Police is committed to being an equal opportunities and disability confident employer. We value the difference a diverse workforce can make and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, particularly from under represented groups.