Chief Superintendents and Detective Chief Superintendents
CHIEF SUPERINTENDENTS AND DETECTIVE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENTS
More Trust; Less Crime; High Standards – it takes you
The Met is seeking outstanding leaders to join its senior leadership team. Policing London is a privilege and serving the diverse communities is at the heart of this privilege. Come and protect a city that can rival any in the world for its history, vibrancy, diversity and culture.
Sir Robert Peel founded the Met in 1829, on the basis of policing by consent. That holds as true today and underpins our vision to rebuild policing by consent.
This is a role where you have a once in a generation opportunity to be at the forefront of delivering the reform we have promised London - delivering a New Met for London. That will take commitment, passion and determination.
We are seeking officers with a strong track record in operational delivery. You will be expected to work with Londoners to tackle crime and make neighbourhoods safer – together, helping to build the strongest neighbourhood policing London has seen. You will deliver the kind of policing that truly puts the public first.
Relationship building will be one of your strengths – externally with a range of local, London wide and national partners and stakeholders. Internal relationships are as important too. You will work hard to set your people up to succeed and create an environment where our frontline has what it needs to do this difficult job for London – and do it well.
As a leader you will evidence your commitment to high standards and determination to drive out those who fall short. We expect you to live our values, bringing them to life for your team so they are more than just words. We are changing our culture and you will have an active part to play in that.
Your decision making will be guided by our principles starting with putting the needs of the Londoners above all else.
We’ve got bold plans and things are changing in the Met. Come and join us at a time that matters more now than ever and deliver more trust; less crime and high standards.
Who are we looking for?
How to apply
Applicants who have been unsuccessful for promotion in their own force within the previous 12 months will need to provide the Met with the specific feedback and development plan that demonstrates they have addressed the development areas. Where possible applicants should be supported to apply for these roles by their current management team. All relevant checks and information will be sought from the current management team after the assessment stage of the selection process.
Queries in respect of this opportunity should be sent to the Met Promotions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01633 632500 (option 4).
The Met is committed to being an inclusive employer with a diverse and representative workforce at all levels. We encourage applications from people from the widest possible range of backgrounds, cultures and experiences. We particularly welcome applications from ethnic minority groups and females.
As a Disability Confident employer, the Met has committed to making disability equality part of our everyday practice. We ensure that people with disabilities and those with long term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.
Additional support and adjustments are available, where appropriate, to enable people with disabilities to feel more inclusive and have greater accessibility and equality of opportunity at work.