Deputy Chief Constable for Cleveland Police
The Chief Constable is inviting applications from innovative and dynamic leaders for the exciting and challenging role of Deputy Chief Constable.
If you believe that you have the passion and drive to help lead the Force towards excellence, then we would love to hear from you. You may be a substantive Deputy Chief Constable seeking a transfer opportunity or an Assistant Chief Constable seeking a promotion opportunity.
Cleveland Police is on an ambitious path of change as an improving Force. The DCC will support everyone in Cleveland Police to deliver high quality policing for local people and communities. Essential to this will be the ability to work collaboratively and effectively with our public sector partners. Cleveland Police offers rewarding and challenging opportunities for senior leaders, with a real chance to change people lives.
The Chief Constable has set a clear mission to:
Please click here to view a letter from Chief Constable Mark Webster inviting applications for this key role.
As Deputy Chief Constable, you will lead the Force forward to deliver the relevant areas of the Towards 2025 Road to Improvement Programme, including HMICFRS Causes of Concern and Areas for Improvement.
The Cleveland Police area has an award-winning coastline, with Saltburn-by-the-Sea named as the UK’s best beach in 2021. It is surrounded by spectacular countryside, and vibrant market towns, steeped in deep industrial history and heritage. The Cleveland Police patch is also home to big business, hosting the largest chemical complex in the UK and some of the globe’s biggest chemical manufacturers.
The area also offers a rewarding opportunity for leaders who have a true community service and public duty ethos.
Understanding our socio-economic challenges are key to our demand management and the allocation of resources. As the Deputy Chief Constable you will have the opportunity to make evidence based decisions about resourcing and demand that will prioritise the vulnerable.
The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate personal commitment to leadership development, have high professional and ethical standards and be able to inspire trust and confidence.
Candidates will be expected to demonstrate:
Please click here to view the job description for the role.
If any candidates would like to arrange a discussion with Chief Constable Mark Webster and/or visit to Cleveland please contact Staff Officer Superintendent John Wrintmore who will arrange a suitable appointment. Phone or email on 01642 301235 or John.Wrintmore@cleveland.police.uk
Interested candidates can request an application pack by contacting Paul Young, HR Manager on email at Paul.Young2@cleveland.police.uk
Applications close: 29th May 2022 at 11.59pm
Shortlisting: To be confirmed
Date for final interview: To be confirmed
Cleveland Police is committed to improving the diversity of its workforce to better reflect the communities we serve. We welcome applications from all minority groups and individuals who identify with one or more of the protected characteristics as defined by the Equality Act 2010. All appointments will be made on merit.