Finances and spending
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) has its own dedicated budget for staffing of the office, engagement activities, audit provision and community safety projects.
Notice regarding the annual closure of accounts 2019/2020
The PCC and the Chief Constable have received notification from the External Auditors that they cannot complete all of their audit work by deadline.
Expenditure over £500
This page presents our expenditure over £500 (excluding VAT) showing who we paid, how much we paid, and what this was for.
Annual police budget
The Police and Crime Commissioner has responsibility for the police budget, which comprises a combination of central government grants and money from the local police precept.
The Commissioner is committed to ensuring value for money for the taxpayers of Cleveland and regularly monitors the Medium Term Financial Plan.
The police precept is what Cleveland residents pay towards the cost of policing, community safety and victims’ services as part of their annual Council Tax bill.
Statement of accounts 2019/20
The Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are required under the Accounts and Audit Regulations to produce an annual Statement of Accounts.
Notice of closure of accounts 2019/20
The audit of the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Commissioner’s Accounts for 2019/20 has been concluded and the statement of accounts is available for inspection.
Contracts and tenders
As part of the Specified Information Order, the PCC must publish information about the contracts and tenders held by their organisation.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland’s Annual Investment Strategy makes sure the PCC invests its money in certain ways. These are governed by national rules.
Commissioning of services
The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner wants to make sure it picks the best option when commissioning services for the people of Cleveland.