There following vacancies are currently available within the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey:

Personal Assistant in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

Location: Office of the PCC, Mount Browne Surrey Police HQ, Guildford
Closing date: 21st May 2021
Salary: G (£27,413 – £32,470 pro-rated)

Part time job share position 22.5 hours a week (fixed days of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday).
This role is advertised for a fixed term period from July 2021 to July 2022.

The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Surrey is responsible for overseeing the work of Surrey Police, holding the Chief Constable to account and helping to tackle the crime issues that matter to local people.

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Office of the PCC, in the role of Personal Assistant to the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey. As part of a small team, supporting the PCC, the successful candidate will have a crucial role to play in supporting the PCC by providing high level and high quality executive support to the PCC and their office.

The post holder must be an effective communicator who is able to work with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders. They must be able to balance competing demands and proactively use their own initiative to make informed decisions and considered judgements. This role requires an astute individual who is able operate in a high pressured political landscape and able to managing complex information and requests.
As well as diary management, the post holder will be required to manage the workload of the PCC, arrange meetings, take minutes as required and take forward actions.

Experience of working with confidential and sensitive information is paramount. The post holder must have flexibility to work longer and out of normal office hours, often at short notice, to meet the demands facing the PCC.

This role is to cover a period of maternity leave. It is anticipated this post will commence in July 2021 for one year until July 2022. Interviews will take place week commencing 7th June 2021.


For more details or to discuss the role, please contact the PA to the PCC, Sarah Gordon on 01483 630200 or by email to

Could you be an Independent Custody Visiting Volunteer?

Do you have an interest in policing and a strong commitment to the welfare of others? The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey is looking for friendly individuals to help us carry out Independent Visits in Surrey.

Independent Custody Visiting Volunteers (ICVs) help us ensure that persons who are detained by Surrey Police receive the best treatment in accordance with their welfare and legal rights, by carrying out random checks on Custody Suites across the county.

Committing a few hours on a monthly basis, ICVs play a highly valued role on behalf of the PCC in exchange for an exciting and unique experience of policing in Surrey.

The role is voluntary (unpaid), although travelling expenses are paid. A police check will be conducted on all applicants prior to their appointment.

Interested to apply?

You don’t need any previous experience but we are looking for individuals who:

  • Are observant, impartial and able to record detail
  • Speak to others in a friendly manner without judgement
  • Have their own transport and willingness to travel at varied hours
  • Can offer an average of 3-5 hours a month to this role

Applicants should be over 18 years old and live or work in Surrey.

Full training is provided including classroom training sessions, training visits to custody and access to annual conferences and events.

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner values difference. We welcome applications from all eligible persons irrespective of age, gender, ethnic origin, religious belief, disability, or sexual orientation.

Custody visitors are re-appraised and appointments extended every 3 years by mutual agreement.


For more information please see our Independent Custody Visiting page or contact