Questions over police recruits
CONTROVERSIAL plans to spend up to £232,000 of taxpayers' money on three people to help run Staffordshire Police are set to be discussed today.
Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis wants the three new recruits to help him set police policy.
The new positions are:
A chief of staff – who would be responsible for strategic, operational and day-to-day management of Staffordshire Police's 1,900 officers – and earn up to £85,000-a-year;
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A head of commissioning and partnerships to earn up to £73,500;
A head of policy, performance and communications to earn up to £73,500.
The appointments are in addition to the recruitment of deputy police commissioner Sue Arnold on £25,000-a-year for three days' work a week.
Members of the Staffordshire Police and Crime Panel will discuss the proposed chief of staff role at today's meeting.