Gender Pay Gap Reporting

The gender pay gap is the difference between average pay for male and female employees.


2018/19

The figure for Devon and Cornwall Police is 14.1% (mean) which means that women are paid 14.1% less than men.

The full set of figures can be found in the pdf below.

All large organisations and public sector bodies are obliged to provide data to the Government on the different pay levels between male and female staff. The difference for us is 14.1% compared to the national average of 24.46%.

This means that when the data was collated our female staff were paid, on average, 14.1% less than male colleagues.

As a Force, we are committed to treating all our staff fairly and reducing our gender pay gap. Whilst our pay framework (reflecting officer rank structure) and the Job Evaluation scheme provide equal pay, we have also put in place a number of measures to support and encourage female staff to develop their careers aiming to create an environment where everyone can achieve their potential. A number of measures are in place to support and encourage female staff to develop their careers if they wish to, including the Force’s Positive Action programme, the development of a Women’s Network and a range of other initiatives across the Force.

2018

2017/18

The figure for Devon and Cornwall police is 13.94% (mean) which means that women are collectively paid 13.94% less that men.

The full set of figures can be found below.

All large organisations and public sector bodies are obliged to provide data to the government on the different pay levels between male and female staff. The difference for us is 13.94%, compared to a national average of 18.4%. This means that when the data was collated our female staff were paid, on average, 13.94% less than male colleagues.

As a Force we are committed to treating all of our staff fairly. Whilst our pay framework (reflecting officer rank structure) and the JE scheme provide equal pay, we are committed to reducing the gender pay gap. We have therefore put in place a number of measures to support and encourage female staff to develop their careers if they wish to, including the Positive Action programme, Women’s Network and the Springboard events.

2017

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