- 23 members of permanent staff (18 women [including the Deputy PCC] and 5 men) (1 ethnic minority and no disability).
- Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Structure – November 2017
- Names & addresses of relevant office holders
- Salary & job title of relevant office holders (defined as any employees receiving £58,200 per annum or more) – April 2018
- The identity of any premises or land owned by, or occupied for the purpose of, the PCC is in the Property List – November 2017
The Ethics, Transparency, Audit Committee is one of the PCC’s drivers that opens up the police to even greater public scrutiny. The panel, made up of local people, was established and funded by the Commissioner, and plays a key role in the new dawn of transparency, putting decisions made by the PCC himself and Staffordshire Police under the spotlight.
The work of the Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) is scrutinised by the Police and Crime Panel (PCP) made up of ten local councillors (one from each of the main councils in the Force area), together with two independent ‘co-opted’ members. They have the ability to review the decisions made by the PCC and have the opportunity to question the PCC and the Chief Constable.