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How your money is spent

Here you will be able to find details of how the Commissioner spends and allocates funding. 

This page displays the most current three years only. 

For previous years please visit the ARCHIVE

 

 

Important Notice: Public Inspection Period for Accounts 2019-2020

 

In light of the global Covid-19 pandemic, many organisations have had to adapt how they work to both maintain essential services and safeguard their employees wherever possible.  Policing is no different and Derbyshire has adapted along with its partners to continue to keep communities safe in these difficult times.

 

Nationally, there has been recognition of the impact Covid-19 has on the normal ‘day job’. Where the statutory accounts are concerned there has been an adjustment across the public sector to extend the date by which annual accounts must be published (whether audited or not) to 30th November 2020.  Consequently, timetables have adjusted and with it we will be moving the public inspection period backwards from its traditional slot in the calendar.

 

The purpose of this statement is to advise the public and interested stakeholders that the public inspection period will be at a later date in 2020 and we will update this page once the exact dates of that period have been formalised.

 

 

 

Asset Management Strategy

The Asset Management Strategy 2020-2035 provides a long term plan for future development and co-location opportunities of the police estates across Derbyshire.

 

Reserves

Reserves play an important part in any sound financial strategy.  They assist the Commissioner and Chief Constable to manage the budget in the short/medium term but also to invest in new initiatives that reinforce Derbyshire’s commitment to responding to the ever-changing profile of policing ‘demand. A full definition of the different types of reserves held can be found HERE.

Our Reserves Strategy is refreshed each year, just before we set our budget.  The current strategy was approved in November 2017 by the Commissioner (at the Strategic Governance Board) as part of the update to our financial projections and is found HERE..Please note, Appendix B of the report refers specifically to the Budget and Reserves Strategy.

In January/February of each year, the Commissioner sets both the Budget and the Precept (contribution from council tax).  As part of the papers that assist him in reaching that decision, we include a forecast of our reserves over the period covered by our Medium Term Financial Plan.  In January 2018, we provided a list of all of our reserves and showed our forecasted usage until 2021/22.  The Commissioner approved the movements to/from reserves for the forthcoming year (2018/19 in this case) but also noted the forecast for the years beyond that point.

 

Budget Reports

The budget reports are found further down this page (and linked again HERE) and the specific report showing the reserves and how we estimate they will be utilised is found in Annex D to that report (near the end).

For ease of access, however, the specific report can be found HERE.

That same report has been restated to present our reserves in the format that the Home Office require all Commissioners to use and is available HERE.

Finally, it should be noted that Derbyshire collaborates with other Forces in the East Midlands on a variety of operational policing and non-operational support services.  Where reserves are held by each Collaboration, Derbyshire is entitled to its ‘share’ of those funds despite overall control requiring joint agreement by multiple PCCs and Chief Constables.  To reflect that broader ‘entitlement’ (without necessarily having direct control) we have included a third summary including those amounts.  It is available HERE.

 

Expenses

Expenses which can be claimed by members of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner can be found on the page named Expenses, Declarations and Interests. This is within the Your PCC section.

 

Statement of Accounts

2016/2017

Notice of Audit of Accounts 2016/2017

External Auditor - Audit Results

PCC and Group Statement of Accounts 2016/17

Chief Constable Statement of Accounts 2016//17

 

2017/2018

Notice of Audit of Accounts 2017/2018

Conclusion of Audit of Accounts 2017/2018

External Auditor - Audit Results 

PCC and Group Statement of Accounts 2017/18

Chief Constable Statement of Accounts 2017/18

 

2018/2019 

Notice of Audit of Accounts 2018/2019

Conclusion of Audit of Accounts 2018/19

Extenal Auditor - Audit Results

PCC and Group Statement of Accounts 2018/19

Chief Constable Statement of Accounts 2018/19

 

2019/2020

Notice of Public Inspection of Accounts

Draft Chief Constable Statement of Accounts 2019/20

Draft PCC and PCC Group Statement of Accounts 2019/20

 

Budget and Precept Information  

2017

 

Capital Programme

Budget & Precept Proposals (Specific PCC Budget)

Police and Crime Panel approval of precept 2017

PCC Response to Police and Crime Panel

 

2018

 Capital Programme

Budget & Precept Proposals (Specific PCC Budget)

Police and Crime Panel approval of precept 2018

PCC Response to Police and Crime Panel

Further information concerning the budget and our council tax leaflet

 

2019

Capital Programme

Budget & Precept Proposals (Specific PCC Budget)

Police and Crime Panel approval of precept 2019

PCC Response to Police and Crime Panel

 

2020

Capital Programme

Budget & Precept Proposals (Specific PCC Budget)

Police and Crime Panel approval of precept 2020

PCC Response to Police and Crime Panel

 

Financial Handbook

Financial Handbook 2012

 

Investment Strategy

Annual Investment Strategy 2016

Annual Investment Strategy 2017

Annual Investment Strategy 2018

Annual Investment Strategy 2019

Annual Investment Strategy 2020

 

Assets

The Property Register containing information as to the identity of any premises or land owned by or occupied for the purpses of the PCC 

 

Expenditure exceeding £500

Link to the web page

 

Contracts and Tenders

 Link to the web page

Collaborations entered into by the Derbyshire Constabulary


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 

Publication Scheme

The Commissioner's publication scheme where readily accessible information that is already published can be accessed here 

 
 
 
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