COMMISSIONER AND SENIOR OFFICER PROFILES

Name: David Keane

Correspondence Address:
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire
Stockton Heath Police Station
Grappenhall Road
Warrington
WA4 2AF

Salary: £75,000 (As determined by the Home Secretary)

The Commissioner’s register of interests.

The Commissioner’s allowances.

Read more about the powers and duties of the Police and Crime Commissioner which are set out in the policing protocol.

Name: Peter Astley MBE

Correspondence Address:
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire
Stockton Heath Police Station
Grappenhall Road
Warrington
WA4 2AF

Salary: £75,951-£80,688

Key Responsibilities:

  • Statutory Officer
  • Monitoring Officer (Complaints)
  • Lead Strategic Advisor – Local, Regional,
  • National Themes
  • Head Of Paid Service
  • Strategic Partnerships/Collaborations
  • Governance
  • Ensure OPCC Delivers Priorities

Interim arrangements in place, pending recruitment, please contact the office for further details. 

 

Correspondence Address:
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire
Stockton Heath Police Station
Grappenhall Road
Warrington
WA4 2AF

Salary: £75,951-£80,688 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Statutory Officer
  • 151 Officer
  • Lead Advisor On Finance
  • Probity/Financial Standards
  • Link With Chief Constable 151 Officer
  • Risk Management
  • Audit And Internal Control

Details of the Chief Finance Officer’s salary and other benefits are included in the Statement of Accounts.

Name: Gareth Burroughes

Correspondence Address:
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire
Stockton Heath Police Station
Grappenhall Road
Warrington
WA4 2AF

Salary: £65,685-£71,110

Key responsibilities:

  • To act as Deputy Monitoring Officer for the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner to i) detect and report (in consultation with the Section 151 Officer) on any illegality or maladministration in the business of the officer ii) deal with matters connected with the conduct of employees under the Local Government Act 2000.
  • To drive the implementation of the corporate strategies for the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner through the appropriate governance structures.
  • To institute, defend or participate in legal proceedings where legal action is necessary to give effect to decision of the OPCC or defend the OPCC’s interests.
  • To execute or authorise the execution of all legal documents on behalf of the OPCC.
    To lead on, advise and manage governance and assurance arrangements to support the statutory oversight and scrutiny function of the OPCC, ensuring compliance with the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 and all other related legislation and government policy. Ensure responsibility for maintaining appropriate governance ensuring that organisational policies and frameworks adhere to Good Governance Guidance and where necessary challenging inappropriate practices.
  • Oversee and ensure the effective management of complaints
  • To lead on ethics, transparency and integrity for the PCC ensuring that systems are in place to provide assurance to the PCC that force policies and procedure are appropriate and adhered to.
  • Oversee the Commissioners compliance with the Data Protection Act and Freedom of Information Act, ensuring that the appropriate registers and plans are maintained.