The Chief Executive is Sian Curley.
Siân Curley has been Chief Executive since January 2016. Siân is responsible for the day to day management of the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) and its staff. She provides leadership and effective, high quality guidance, advice and support to the Commissioner to ensure he meets his statutory duties, strategic objectives and the needs of the public. She also provides an essential link between the OPCC and Gwent Police including the Chief Constable, as well as partner organisations. As Chief Executive, Siân also holds the statutory roles of Head of Paid Service and Monitoring Officer.
Siân has an Master’s degree in Leadership in Public Service and a Bachelor’s degree in French, Spanish and Legal Studies.
Siân has previously worked for Gwent Police Authority, Newport City Council and the University of Wales College Newport (now part of the University of South Wales). Her background is in corporate governance, democratic services, complaints and conduct matters and change management.
Siân is currently a Vice Chair of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners Chief Executives, the professional body which represents Chief Executives of PCC’s offices in England and Wales.
£83,025 per annum