Patrick Stayt’s term as a member of the Police Remuneration Review Body and National Crime Agency Remuneration Review body has been extended for another year, until 31 August 2018.
Patrick Stayt retired from the Police Service in 2010 after a 30-year career and was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service. Prior to becoming the National Secretary of the Police Superintendents’ Association of England and Wales (2007-2010) and the Association’s National Deputy Secretary (2004-2007) he was the BCU Commander (Chief Superintendent) in Swindon. He served as a trustee of the Police Dependants’ Trust and the Police Convalescent Home. He is currently a Non-Judicial Member for Disciplinary Panels with the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office and undertakes a number of voluntary roles.
Members of the National Crime Agency Remuneration Review Body are responsible for:
- making recommendations on the pay and allowances of National Crime Agency (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 NCA officers with operational powers and management to gather information and views on pay and related issues
The member of the PRRB is responsible for providing independent advice to the government on pay and conditions for police officers at or below the rank of chief superintendent in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.