MOPAC's Management

MOPAC "Leadership Team"


Deputy Mayor for Policing & Crime: Appointed by the Mayor of London in his role as the Police and crime Commissioner for the metropolis. The Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime is directly accountable for police performance in the capital, setting the Met Police’s strategic direction and allocating resources. Detailed organisation chart here

Chief Operating Officer: leading and managing the Mayor’s Office for Policing an Crime and to be responsible for the operational management of the organisation and the delivery of the MOPAC Mission & Priorities. The Chief Operating Officer reports to the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime (DMPC) who provides the political leadership of MOPAC on behalf of the Mayor.

Director of Police Resources: Undertaking the statutory responsibility for the integrity of the MOPAC's finances in their entirety and serve as Principal Financial Advisor to the Authority and oversees professional standards within the MPS.

Director of Integrated Offender Management, Programmes and Neighbourhoods: Leading on work with communities and partners and working across the criminal justice system delivering the aspirations in the Police and Crime Plan. The director is also responsible for the Independent Custody Visitor Service, joint work through Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs), Safer Neighbourhood Boards and the teams responsible for working within London boroughs. Organisation chart here

Director of Strategy: Leading on corporate strategy, governance and the day to day business of running MOPAC. Co-ordinating all MOPACs work on correspondence, servicing the Mayor's questions and providing analysis to support other functions, including the MOPAC Challenge meetings. Organisation chart here

Director of Audit, Risk and Assurance: Providing assurance to the MOPAC on the adequacy, effectiveness and reliability of the MOPAC/MPS system of internal control, including corporate governance and risk management. Providing professional advice and influencing change at senior level to improve the internal control framework and the effectiveness of the MOPAC and MPS corporate governance framework. Additionally, providing a shared service across the 'GLA family'. Organisation chart here

Non Executive Advisors

These are appointed by the Mayor of London on the advice of the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime and the positions previously included (pre May 2016):

Principle Advisor: 

Advisor for Neighbourhoods: 

Advisor for Property & Estates:

Advisor for Procurement:

Advisor for Organisational Change:

MOPAC Senior employees

In addition to the Leadership Team there are 16 senior employees (as defined by the Elected Local Policing Bodies [Specified Information] Order 2011.  These members of staff 'whose salary exceeds £58,200’ include, departmental heads such as Pan-London Policing and Crime Strategy, Performance and Customer Service, Equalities and Diversity, Audit and Assurance. A full list of their titles and duties can be found here.