Skip to content Skip to menu

Independent Audit Committee Members

Independent advisors sought to be “eyes and ears” of police chiefs in Devon, Cornwall and Dorset 

Advisors are being sought to sit on the joint Independent Audit Committee (IAC) for the police forces in Devon andCornwall, and Dorset.  

IAC committee members come from the community and have an interest in the governance of police services in areas such as accountancy, audit and risk management.  

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is recruiting new IAC members who will be expected to read reports and briefing papers andattend four formal meetings a year as well as some informal meetings or training sessions. 

They will advise Chief Constables and Police and Crime Commissioners on whether the financial reporting and risk management arrangements are fit for purpose for the overall combined policing budget of more than £578million. The two forces have 8,630staff/officers across 8,040 square miles. 

Members receive a minimum allowance of £2,500 a year to prepare for and attend meetings. All necessary training is provided.  

Below is further information on the role and responsibiltiies. 


Operating Principles

Terms of Reference

Application Form

Key Dates 

If you are interested in applying for the role, please email your CV with a completed Application Form which can be downloaded from the above list. The two documents must be emailed to:

Applications close at midnight on 24 June 2024.

Interviews will be held on 18 and 19 July.


We would like to take the opportunity to thank you for your interest.

The Chief Constables and Police and Crime Commissioners of both Dorset Police and Devon and Cornwall Police are committed to equality and diversity. As part of demonstrating this commitment, applicants from all backgrounds and ethnic groups are encouraged to apply including disabled and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME), LGB, Trans and non-binary candidates as these groups and in particular BAME and disabled people are currently under-represented.

Leave your comments

Allowed tags: <b><i><br>

Confirmation Required