The Wymondham-based office hosts 13 members of staff, as well as a number of co-ordinators and interns.
Our shows who we are and what we do.
Five members of the team are male and eight are female, one is from either an ethnic minority background or has a disability (as defined in Section 6 of the Equality Act of 2010).
Members of staff are required to disclose any business interests they have outside of work. These are shown on our .
We have an arrangement in place with Norfolk Constabulary to use the services of the following departments:
- Human Resources Department
- Estates/Facilities Department
- Financial Services Department
- ICT Department.
That arrangement is formalised through a Scheme of Governance and Consent (PDF, 1.1 MB)
The Business Delivery Plan
The Business Delivery Plan works alongside the recently refreshed Police and Crime Plan for Norfolk, setting out the role and priorities of the OPCCN.
- Police and Crime Plan Priorities
- Effective Voice of the community
- Accountability and Compliance
- Governance and Finance
- Commissioning Services
- OPCCN Business Support
- People Assets and Organisational Development
Read the OPCCN Business Delivery Plan
- The total budget for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk (OPCCN) for 2016/17 is £999,000 (£988,000 in 2015/16).
This is made up as follows:
£000 Total 999 PCC/DPCC Costs 171 Salaries, employers NI and pension costs, travel etc. Employee Costs (OPCCN) 539 Salaries, employers NI and pension costs. 10.3 full-time equivalent members of staff.* Other Employee Costs (OPCCN) 42 Training, travel, recruitment. Premises Costs 42 Business rates, gas electricity, water etc. Audit Costs 89 External and internal audit. Supplies and Services 116 Audit Committee, publicity, legal and consultancy, printing and ICT costs
*In addition, the PCC employs 3.9 fte members of staff who are directly engaged in commissioning activity and funded from the commissioning budget.
For more information on budgets and financial governance, please visit our Spend page.