19/01/2016

Cleveland & Durham Police would like to invite people to join their Joint Independent Ethics Committee.

Both forces recognise that commitment to integrity is absolutely essential to the legitimacy of policing. We value public trust and confidence in policing and to earn this we need to be open to scrutiny and transparent. Our behaviours...

...actions and decisions must always consider public interest.

Essential Criteria

External Committee Terms Of Reference

Cleveland Durham Ethics committee

We believe our joint Independent External Ethics Committee is a key contributor to maintaining and improving trust and confidence in the two organisations.

We are looking to recruit up to six new volunteers to join our established committee, please find attached a brief description of the work of the committee, the membership criteria and our terms of reference.

Ideally applicants should either live or work within the Cleveland and/or Durham policing area and not have any direct links to policing.

Anyone interested is asked to submit an expression of interest (maximum 500 words) ,outlining their suitability for the role to:
[email protected] by Monday 1st February 2016.

We would welcome applications from individuals who represent diverse communities, particular BME communities, due to their current underrepresentation on the committee