MOPAC aims to live up to the same standards that it expects of the Metropolitan Police Service and we value equality and diversity.
We ensure that the process for raising any concerns employees have about the way business is conducted is simple, effective and confidential wherever possible, as set out in our whistle blowing policy.
The report to 31 March 2019 counts 135 members of staff. A breakdown of the diversity of our workforce showed that:
- 59 per cent of staff members are female
- 19 per cent are of an ethnic minority
A summary of our overall gender pay gap is available.
An audit of ethnicity and pay at MOPAC is also available.
The MOPAC Women’s Network was launched in September 2018 and is a collaboration of colleagues across the organisation whose aim is to work together to maximise the role of women and promote gender equality at MOPAC.
Gifts and hospitality
The Elected Local Policing Bodies (Specified Information) Order 2011 requires MOPAC to publish a register of each offer of a gift or hospitality made to members of staff. Before March 2017 the register was published as part of MOPAC’s quarterly report to the MOPAC-MPS Joint Audit Panel. The registers can be found below:
We publish a table showing our senior salary information, which includes details of:
- salary bands
- budget including staff
- number of staff reporting to the role
Our senior management team are:
- Siobhan Peters, interim Chief Executive
- Julie Norgrove, Director of Audit, Risk and Assurance
- Peter Lewis, interim Chief Financial Officer
- Paul Wylie, Director of Strategy
- Sam Cunningham, Director of Criminal Justice and Commissioning
- Claire Waxman, Victims' Commissioner for London