Who we are & what we do
We are required to disclose senior employee remuneration which exceeds £58,200.
The names, positions and salaries of the three senior employees this relates to within the Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner are detailed below:
|Mark Streater||Chief Executive & Monitoring Officer||£104,899|
|Iain McCulloch||Chief Finance Officer||£88,959|
|Mervin Dadd||Head of Public Engagement & Communications||£82,641|
Members of staff
The Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner is a dedicated team of experienced officers whose role it is to support the Police & Crime Commissioner in delivery of her policy priorities. More information can be found in The Office page.
Proportion of staff who are members of an ethnic minority, have a disability and are women
The PCC has a statutory obligation to publish the number of members of staff in their team, including the proportion of staff who are women and (to the knowledge of the PCC) are members of an ethnic minority and/or have a disability.
The OSPCC team currently includes the following staff:
|Number of posts in the structure*||23.56 FTE|
|Number of current people in post (including those working part-time)*||22|
|Proportion of staff who are women*||59%|
|Proportion of staff who are members of an ethnic minority*||None|
|Proportion of staff who have a disability*||None|
*excluding the PCC.
Information about the arrangement that the PCC has to make use of the staff of the Chief Constable or the local authority
The PCC does not have any local authority employees in her office. There are currently no members of staff seconded from the Force to the OPSCC.
Staff organisational chart
A breakdown of staff roles and structure chart can be viewed here.
Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner, Sackville House, Brooks Close, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 2FZ
Geographical area of operation
General outline of responsibilities
An outline of the responsibilities of the Sussex PCC is available here.
Appointment of Independent Custody Visitors and associated arrangements
The Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner manages an ICV Scheme under section 51 of the Police Reform Act 2002. You can find out more about the scheme here.
Relationships with other bodies
The Commissioner works with a number of partner agencies and other bodies.
- PCC Decisions
- Police funding 2019/20
- Annual Report
- How we work
- Joint Audit Committee
- Joint Audit Committee Members
- Police Appeals Tribunals
- What we spend & how we spend it
- What are our priorities
- How we make decisions
- Lists and registers
- The services we offer
- Data Protection
- Legally Qualified Chairs