As part of my community engagement strategy I intends to recruit 30 Community Safety Ambassadors from across Warwickshire.
The local Community Safety Ambassadors will act as my ‘eyes and ears’ and will ensure that I am kept informed of local issues, concerns and developments.
The Community Safety Ambassadors will be required to attend and report upon their local community forum, keeping in touch with other local groups and inform my office of issues of relevance to me. They will also have a relationship with their local Safer Neighbourhood Team and ensure I am briefed about concerns and, as importantly, successes.
There will be opportunities for the Community Safety Ambassadors to meet together on a North/South and County basis and act as an advisory panel to me. It is important to stress that the Ambassadors cannot speak on my behalf or enter into commitments on my behalf. They will be required to act with integrity and discretion and will need to demonstrate their good standing within their local community.
Local Knowledge will be a key component of the skills of any successful Community Safety Ambassador. We will try to ensure that each Ambassador is allocated the Community Forum in which they reside or are, at least, familiar with. We will consider other preferences where possible.
Please find below all the forms and documents required to apply for the role of Community Safety Ambassador:
If you wish to discuss the role of the Community Safety Ambassador, or any aspect of the recruitment process, please contact:
John McPhail, Policy Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01926 412238
Completed applications should be sent by 12 noon on Friday 24th May to the Warwickshire Office for Police and Crime Commissioner at: email@example.com
3 Northgate Street