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Senior Remuneration

As a public body, the Scottish Police Authority publishes the remuneration of its Directors and Senior Officers as defined by the HM Treasury financial reporting manual. The current remuneration for those defined as directors within the SPA and Police Scotland’s leadership team is detailed in the tables below.

Scottish Police Authority

Name Annual Salary
Lynn Brown, Chief Executive £125-130k
Fiona Douglas, Director Forensic Services  £125-£130k 
Barry Sillers, Deputy Chief Executive (Strategy and Performance) £110-£115k
Chris Brown, Deputy Chief Executive (Resources) £105-£110k

 

Police Scotland *

Name Annual Salary
Chief Constable, Iain Livingstone £225 - £230k
Deputy Chief Constable, Fiona Taylor  £180 - £185k
Deputy Chief Constable, Will Kerr £180 - £185k
Deputy Chief Constable, Malcolm Graham £180 - £185k
Assistant Chief Constable, Bernard Higgins £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Steve Johnson £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, John Hawkins £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Judi Heaton £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Mark Williams £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Kenny MacDonald £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Angie McLaren £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Alan Speirs £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Tim Mairs £120 - £125k
Assistant Chief Constable, Garry Ritchie £120 - £125k
David Page, Deputy Chief Officer - Corporate Services, Strategy and Change £180 - £185k
Andrew Hendry, Chief Digital & Information Officer £130 - £135k
James Gray, Chief Financial Officer £125 - £130k 
Jude Helliker, Director of People & Development £120 - £125k 
Tom McMahon, Director of Business Integration £115 - £120k 
Martin Low, Chief Operating Officer £100 - £105k 

* Note: All Police Officer pay is set by and pay awards negotiated through the Police Negotiating Board.