Commissioner's Team

Commissioner's Team

The Police and Crime Commissioner is supported by a team of people to ensure that he is able to fulfil all aspects of his role to the best of his ability. 

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) is led by the Chief of Staff, Sian Curley, who is responsible for employing and managing the staff team as well as providing a monitoring role with regard to standards.

The team also includes a Chief Finance Officer, Darren Garwood-Pask, who advises the Commissioner on all financial matters such as the impact of the budget and all spending and commissioning decisions.

SIÂN CURLEY
Chief of Staff
     (Monitoring Officer)
    Tel: 01633 643077
    Email: Siân Curley

    Salary: £61,680


DARREN GARWOOD-PASK
Chief Finance Officer
(Section 151 Officer)
Tel: 01633 643083
Email: Darren Garwood-Pask

Salary: £83,610


NEIL TAYLOR   
Head of Performance, Planning and Partnerships    


LYN WEBBER
Head of Criminal Justice Rehabilitation


CAROLINE HAWKINS
Policy Officer


JOANNE REGAN
Information Officer


Rachel Allen
Policy Officer


JESSICA TIPPINS
Temporary Engagement Officer


WILMA GAZE
Executive Assistant to the Police and Crime Commissioner and
Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner


HELEN THATCHER
PA to the Chief of Staff and Chief Finance Officer


MICHELLE VAISEY-BAKER
Business and Finance Officer


CERI DAVIS
Administrative Assistant
(Agency)


OSWYN HUGHES  
Communications Manager


NICHOLAS JEREMY
Information Systems Analyst


KAREN JONES
Drug Interventions Programme Officer


NICOLA WARREN
Public Response Co-ordinator
(Seconded from Gwent Police)


ANDREW BENNETT
Public Response Assistant
(Seconded from Gwent Police)

Staff Profile

The Commissioner's team is comprised of fifteen members of staff, led by the Chief of Staff.

Ten staff members are female.

None of the staff have declared minority ethnicity.

None of the staff have declared disability.

Organisation Chart

Gwent DIP

From April 2013 the Gwent Drugs Intervention Programme (DIP) falls under the responsibility of the Police and Crime Commissioner.  Funding for the project has been allocated from the Community Safety Fund which allows the Commissioner to invest in drug treatment, crime reduction and community safety activities.

The Gwent DIP does not sit within the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner; you can contact them on:

http://www.gwentdip.org.uk

or via telephone on 01633 876415