How your money is spent
As Police and Crime Commissioner, I am responsible for determining how much money is allocated to Wiltshire Police and to the non-policing services that support my Police and Crime Plan.
The money to provide policing services comes from central government and the local policing precept. The table below shows how that money is allocated.
|How we spend your money|
|Dealing with the Public||6%|
|OPCC Office Cost||1%|
|PCC service commissioning||1%|
|Capital finance / pensions||2%|
In January 2018, I consulted with residents of Wiltshire and Swindon on my proposals for the policing precept for 2018-19. The consultation showed that the public were in favour of an increase of one pound a month for the average property (Band D) with 70% of respondents supporting the rise. This means that the current contribution of £14.19 per month will increase to £15.19 per month (a 7% increase from 2017-18).
A copy of my report to the Police and Crime Panel on my proposals for the
You can find below details of the anticipated income for 2018-19 compared with 2017-18.
Police and Crime precept
Council Tax Collection Fund Surplus
Total income available to PCC
You can find below details of the proposed expenditure for 2018-19 compared with 2017‑18.
OPCC office costs
OPCC capital contribution
OPCC commissioning funds
OPCC Chief Constable allocation
Total proposed expenditure
More detailed financial information can be found in the Medium Term Financial Strategy on the Finance Documents pages.
Information about the money spent in collaboration with other forces in the south west can be found on the Collaboration Agreements page