The Croydon Police
Independent Advisory Group (IAG) is looking to recruit new members.
The IAG is a group of
community volunteers who provide independent advice to senior police officers
in Croydon. The aim of the group
is to provide strategic advice and an external and independent view on issues
that may impact on local communities, linked to crime, community safety or
major criminal investigations.
The IAG is looking for
new members to join in Croydon and it will be an opportunity for somebody with
an in-depth knowledge of their local community to make a real difference, by
providing independent advice to the police command team on how police actions
might affect the community.
Advisors are neither
accountable nor liable for the advice given and they do not perform any other
role, for example mediation or meeting victims or witnesses.
Shuaib Yusaf, the Chair of the Croydon IAG said: "We're looking for new
people to join the IAG that are part of, and know their community well. This is a great opportunity for somebody who
can think strategically and wants to offer their expertise and experience to
assist and guide the local police command team in on the impact of policing
decisions in Croydon's communities and have a real influence on policing in the
Members of the public who
would like to join the IAG can contact Croydon Police to obtain an information
and application pack.
date for applications is 28 February 2014.
To obtain an
information and application pack:
Write to: FAO Sarah Prebble, Independent Advisory Group Recruitment,
Croydon Police Station, 71 Park Lane Croydon, CR9 1BP