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Members of Staff

  • Malcolm Burch – Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer - £102,060
  • Julie Flint – Chief Finance Officer - £93,981 (1 x 0.8 FTE)
  • Gillian Holder – Deputy Chief Finance Officer – Salary band SG8 (1 x 0.8 FTE)
  • Joanne Davison - Partnership and Delivery Manager -  £59,643
  • Lee- Anne Flewers- Andrews - Safer Together Team Lead (SG3)
  • Stephanie Marwood - Safer Together Coordinator - Lincoln and West Lindsey (SG1)
  • Maisie McMahon - Safer Together Coordinator - North Kesteven and South Kesteven (SG1)
  • Alan Osborne - Safer Together Coordinator - Boston and South Holland (SG1)
  • Roisin Mullee - Safer Together Coordinator - East Lindsey (SG1)
  • Suzanne McLardy - Service Delivery Manager - SG3 (funded by the Ministry of Justice's Victims Grant)
  • Sue Wilson - Partnership and Delivery Support Officer - Salary band G
  • Emma French - Communications Manager - SG2
  • Sarah Parkinson - Commercial Accountant - Salary band SG4 (1 x 0.8 FTE)
  • Aubrey Williams - Research and Performance Officer – Salary band SG3
  • Lucy Pettit - Intern - 18 month placement - Salary Band Grade B SCP 4
  • Adam Muspratt - Intern - 18 month placement - Salary Band Grade B SCP 4
  • Katie Nicholls - Intern - 18 month placement - Salary Band Grade B SCP 4
  • Hannah Kelly - Intern - 18 month placement - Salary Band Grade B SCP 4
  • John King – Corporate Administration Officer – Salary band SG3
  • Caroline Horton – Support Services Officer – Salary band F
  • Executive Assistant to the PCC – Salary band SG1
  • Kim Pickett - Apprentice Business Administrator - 18 month placement 

Click here to view the organisational structure chart for the OPCC

Senior staff salaries

Under the Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2011, Police and Crime Commissioners are required to publish the job title, responsibilities and salary of each senior employee and (unless the senior employee refuses to consent to the publication of his/her name) the name of the senior employee.

“Senior Employee” is defined as being a member of the staff of an elected local policing body whose salary exceeds £58,200 per annum.

The Pay Multiple (ratio between the highest paid salary and the median average salary of the whole of the workforce) is 2.68 (to be updated).

Malcolm Burch

Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer

The post holder fulfils the statutory obligations of the Head of Paid Service and Monitoring Officer, including:

  • policy advice, strategy development and resource planning
  • scrutinising and evaluating performance
  • partnership working, commissioning and service delivery
  • engagement (including obtaining the views of the public, media relations, research, strategic needs assessments) and information management
  • strategic oversight of governance, accountability and performance monitoring frameworks for the contract with strategic partner G4S and for regional collaboration
  • management and day-to-day running of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
  • drawing to the Police and Crime Commissioner’s attention actual or possible contravention of law, maladministration or injustice

Julie Flint

Chief Finance Officer

The post holder fulfils the statutory obligations for the proper administration of the Commissioner’s financial affairs, including:

  • providing policy advice, assisting with the development and implementation of strategy, resourcing and delivering strategic objectives sustainably and in the public interest
  • being involved in, and able to bring influence to bear on, all material business decisions to ensure immediate and longer term implications, opportunities and risks are fully considered, and aligned with the financial strategy
  • leading the promotion and delivery of good financial management so that public money is safeguarded at all times and used appropriately, economically, efficiently and effectively
  • strategic oversight of governance, accountability and performance monitoring frameworks for the contract with strategic partner G4S and for regional collaboration

Joanne Davison

Performance and Delivery Manager

The post holder leads on delivery of the Commissioner’s Police and Crime initiatives, including:

  • Monitoring national policy, consultation and research with the aim of identifying potential new opportunities to enable the delivery of the Commissioner’s aspirations
  • Working with the Commissioner, and Deputy, and key OPCC staff to draft the Police and Crime Plan and its subsequent variations
  • Responsibility and accountability for allocated budgets for victims’ services and initiatives that are part of the Police and Crime plan
  • Leading evidence-based commissioning of victims’ services and taking a strategic lead on the award of Crime and Disorder Reduction grants to ensure they support the successful delivery of the Police and Crime Plan
  • Proactively enhancing relationships with a wide range of stakeholders in the community safety and criminal justice sectors to identify blockages or identify opportunities to improve the delivery of programmes that secure improved outcomes for local people

Expenses

View the expenses for the senior OPCC staff

Equality profile

The equality profile of the OPCC as at September 2021 is as follows:

  • Number of staff in OPCC: 23
  • Percentage of women: 78%
  • Percentage ethnic minorities: 0%
  • Percentage with disability: 0%

The Secretariat comprises seven full time members of staff, three part-time members of staff, two interns (18 month placement) and one apprentice (18 month placement).