The Police Commissioner has a small dedicated team of staff who help her hold Merseyside Police to account and deliver against the priorities of the Police and Crime Plan.

The office is made up of a number of teams who work on commissioning, policy and research, community engagement, finance and business support. Find out more about the structure of our team.

Roles in this office are busy and varied. Our team is highly committed, professional and enthusiastic and our mission is:

To make a real and positive difference to Merseyside.

By joining the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), you will help Emily realise her vision and strategies on policing, criminal justice and community safety for Merseyside.We are a Living Wage Employer

We are committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion. We welcome applications from everyone and we also offer flexible working.

We are accredited as a Living Wage employer.   

Current vacancies

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Digital Communications and Marketing Officer

We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic, innovative individual to join our team. You will need excellent digital and video production skills, creativity and a flair for telling a good story to help us deliver the PCC’s key messages.
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Victim Care Merseyside manager

This is an exciting opportunity to be responsible for leading and managing the PCC's Victim Care Merseyside team to ensure a high-quality support service to victims,
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Victim Care Merseyside team leader

We're looking for an excellent candidate to drive the Victim Care Merseyside hub and supervise a team of Victim Care Officers (VCOs) to ensure a professional and effective support service is delivered to all victims.
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Victim Care Merseyside officer

We're looking for dedicated professionals to provide an effective, tailored service for victims of crime as part of the Victim Care Merseyside service, identifying an individual's needs and providing a bespoke cope and recovery support plan.
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Independent Custody Visitors

The PCC is seeking volunteers to join her Independent Custody Visiting scheme in Merseyside to check on the welfare of people detained in police custody.
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