Police and Crime Commissioners salaries are based on the size of the population in their area, my annual salary is £75,000
My Deputy Commissioner is David Gibson, David's annual salary is £55,000
Chris Brace is my Chief Executive. Chris is responsible for the overall strategic management for the support to the Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire. He is also the overall strategic lead for partnership arrangements, resourcing, planning, scrutiny and compliance required for the Commissioner to discharge their statutory duties. Chris' salary is £88,228 plus pension contributions and £2,840 car allowance.
Mike Collier is Chief Finance Officer. Mike is seconded to the Commissioner’s office from Hertfordshire County Council for the equivalent of one and a half days per week. Mike is charged out to the Commissioner’s Office at an annual salary equivalent of £66,770 per year. The total cost to the Commissioner (i.e. salary plus pension and national insurance) for Mike to undertake the Chief Finance Officer role is £30,000 per year plus travel costs.
Nina Villa is my Deputy Chief Executive and Chief of Staff. Nina is responsible for directing the operation of the Commissioner’s office and ensuring compliance with legislative and other requirements. Nina's salary is £72,229 plus pension contributions and £2,840 car allowance.
Gavin Miles is my Deputy Chief Executive and Legal Officer, and is responsible for directing the operation of the Commissioner’s office and ensuring compliance with legislative and other requirements. Gavin's salary is £79,010 plus pension contributions.
Salary bands for staff permanently employed are:
Grade A3: £20,205 - £23,346
Grade A4: £24,030 - £29,307
Grade A5: £30,180 - £36,570
Grade A6: £39,522 - £46,422
Salaries of seconded staff are based on their existing contracts.