Can you help?  Do you want to give something back to the community?  

This is a rare opportunity for a member of the public to join the Joint Independent Audit Committee.  The Committee provides advice and independent assurance to the Commissioner and the Chief Constable according to good governance principles.  It is provided with briefings from the Commissioner, the Chief Constable and their teams. Members have an opportunity to hear about the varied and interesting work done by Wiltshire Police.  The Committee provides support and challenge to our joint Chief Finance Officer and sits alongside the internal audit process checking and testing what the Commissioner and the Chief Constable do.  

 Allowance: £210 per meeting plus mileage

Commitment: Minimum of four meetings a year

Length of Appointment: One term of three years with option to serve a second term                                                                                                         

We are looking for men and women who:

  • have experience of scrutinising information;
  • can constructively challenge the Commissioner and the Chief Constable; and
  • can be objective in evaluating information

The PCC and Wiltshire Police are equal opportunities employers and welcome applications from all the communities we serve.  Auditing experience is not essential however a general knowledge of good business principles would be an advantage.

The recruitment pack is available on the Commissioner’s website.

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 26 October 2018 

Shortlisting will take place Tuesday 30 October 2018

Interviews will be held Wednesday 7 November 2018

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 6th November 2018 Wiltshire Council made the above mentioned Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (“the Act of 1984”) and the Traffic Management Act 2004 the effect of which will be as follows: -
Not all bus passes will be renewed automatically from 01 January 2019. This is because there are approximately 20,000 passes in circulation that have not been scanned on a bus prior to renewal, indicating that the pass has not been used. In these cases, the passes will not be automatically renewed.
Damage to Market Cross
Thu, Nov 15th 2018
On Monday the 15th Century Market Cross in Malmesbury was hit by a heavy goods vehicle resulting in considerable damage to one of the supporting columns. We are currently awaiting the report of a specialist engineer from Historic England before seeking quotations for the necessary remedial work.
MALMESBURY REMEMBERS
Tue, Nov 13th 2018
Malmesbury Remembrance Service took place this weekend along with our guests Stéphane Cornée, Deputy Mayor of Gien and Wilfried Bockholt, Mayor of Niebull representing our twinned towns.
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