The Committee for Home Affairs is looking for up to two people to join the Committee as non-voting members. Committees of the States can elect non-voting members to sit alongside the States Members. They can participate fully in the work of the Committee, but do not have a vote.
Deputy Rob Prow, President of the Committee for Home Affairs, commented: “We believe non-voting members can add significantly to the work of a Committee and would be delighted to find up to two people with suitable experience to support our work.
“While no specific qualifications are needed and we would welcome approaches from people from all walks of life, we would be keen to hear from people with experience that would be particularly relevant to our work on the Justice Policy, which will be a focus for us this term. This could mean someone who has experience of working in or closely linked to the justice system”.
The Committee’s mandate includes law enforcement, justice policy, population management office, immigration, prison and probation, fire and rescue, trading standards, emergency planning, lotteries and gambling.
Anyone interested in a seat on the Committee for Home Affairs as a non-voting member should contact Vicky Lajoie by emailing email@example.com.