Office of the Commissioner

Staff structure

Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner for Surrey

The below chart shows the structure of our office including the lines of delegation between managers and staff responsible for supporting different areas of the Commissioner’s work.

The Office employs 22 people excluding the Commissioner. Because some people work part time, this equates to 18.25 full time roles. 59% of employees are women.

See more information about our current staff on our Meet the team page, or see the latest vacancies in this office and with our partners.

Staff structure
Staff structure

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