Former West Midlands crime office chief executive gets pay-off of £350,000

Former West Midlands crime office chief executive gets pay-off of £350,000
 

Jacky Courtney, who was chief executive of the Office of the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), quit her role on April 30 last year as part of a shake-up following the election of Labour Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson in a by-election several months earlier.
Mrs Courtney, who served as chief executive to the old West Midlands Police Authority for seven years, received a £74,600 ‘loss of office’ payment as well as a massive £278,900 contribution to her pension pot.
Additionally she was paid £11,500 in salary and fees for approximately one month’s work and... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 40
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