About us

What we do

The National Crime Agency Remuneration Review Body (NCARRB) make independent recommendations to the government on the pay and allowances of National Crime Agency (NCA) officers designated with operational powers. These officers are subject to legislative restrictions on industrial action. The NCA was established by the Crime and Courts Act 2013 and became operational on 7 October 2013. The NCARRB was established under the National Crime Agency (Remuneration Review Body) Regulations which came into force on 29 August 2013. Members of the NCARRB are also members of the Police Remuneration Review Body (PPRB).

Who we are

Our current members are:

  • David Lebrecht (Chair)
  • Heather Bailey QPM
  • Elizabeth Bell
  • Professor Brian Bell
  • Anita Bharucha
  • Paul Leighton
  • Christopher Pilgrim
  • Patrick Stayt QPM

Responsibilities

We are responsible for:

  • making recommendations on the pay and allowances of NCA officers designated with operational powers
  • considering written evidence from the Home Office, the NCA, trades unions and other interested parties
  • conducting research on pay and related matters
  • visiting the NCA to meet with officers with operational powers and management to gather information and views on pay and related issues

Code of conduct

Our code of practice is included in our governance.

Corporate information

Jobs and contracts

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