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We are currently recruiting for Consultation and Engagement Volunteers. Visit our vacancies page for more information.
Consultation and Engagement Volunteers are appointed by the Police and Crime Commissioner and support him in holding the Chief Constable to account.
They help the Commissioner to gain the views of the public by attending a variety of local events and community-run activities.
Consultation and Engagement Volunteers are impartial, listening to people’s views, recording comments and opinions and relaying this information to the Commissioner. There are a wide range of consultations activities which take place throughout the year ensuring the public have a voice.
We currently have a number of experienced and dedicated volunteers who work hard to ensure standards are high and that members of the public are well-serviced.
Find out from our volunteers why they chose to become Consultation and Engagment Volunteers.
I just love talking to people. I enjoy listening to their stories and experiences and I’m passionate about making a difference.
Giving the public a voice and being able to share this directly with the PCC, shows me just how valuable my role is. Not everyone has the confidence to stand up and speak but that doesn’t mean their views are not important, I provide the opportunity for them to be heard.
If you think you’d be interested in joining the Consultation and Engagement Volunteer team visit the current vacancies page.
Alternatively, for an informal chat contact [email protected]