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People urged to apply for new roles with commission

By Burton Mail  |  Posted: April 26, 2014

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THE Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is urging people from Burton and South Derbyshire to sign up to be part of its expansion plans.

The service is creating 200 new roles as part of a major effort to improve its services in West Midlands.

The new roles will cover several forces including West Midlands Police, Staffordshire Police and Leicestershire Police.

The IPCC is looking for a range of staff from investigators to lawyers, analysts and support staff.

While some investigative experience will be needed for some roles, the IPCC is looking for people from diverse backgrounds and there will also be training opportunities.

IPCC acting chief executive Amanda Kelly said: “This is an exciting time for the IPCC and this recruitment drive is the next, vital step in our expansion programme.

“It gives us the opportunity to attract new staff from diverse backgrounds and with different skills and experience to bring to our team.

“We are particularly interested in hearing from people with good analytical skills, who can deal sensitively with members of the public.”

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