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What We Spend and How We Spend It

Financial Information

In this section, we will publish a range of financial information required by law and in the interests of transparency.

The Corporate Governance Framework, including financial regulations and standing orders, are designed to ensure that the Commissioner and the Chief Constable are able to discharge their obligations with regard to achieving value for money.

 

The Budget

The budget of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.   

To view the OPCC budget for 2016/17 CLICK HERE

To view the OPCC budget for 2015/16 CLICK HERE

To view the OPCC budget for 2014/15 CLICK HERE

To view the OPCC budget for 2013/14 CLICK HERE

Medium Term Resource Strategy (MTRS) 2017/18 to 2021/22

To view the MTRS CLICK HERE 


The Precept

The precept issued by the Commissioner.

2017/18 The Commissioner increased the policing precept of the Council Tax for 2017/18 by 1.99%. To view the 2017/18 Council Tax leaflet CLICK HERE 

2016/17 The Commissioner increased the policing precept of the Council Tax for 2016/17 by 1.99%. To view the 2016/17 Council Tax leaflet CLICK HERE

2015/16 The Commissioner increased the policing precept of the Council Tax for 2015/16 by 1.99%. To view the 2015/16 Council Tax leaflet CLICK HERE

2014/15 The Commissioner increased the policing precept of the Council Tax for 2014/15 by 1.99%. To view the 2014/15 Council Tax leaflet CLICK HERE

2013/14
The Commissioner froze the policing precept of the Council Tax for 2013/14. To view the 2013/14 Council Tax leaflet CLICK HERE 

 

Annual Accounts

The annual accounts of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner and Humberside Police

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside and the Chief Constable of Humberside Police
Audit of Accounts 2016/17
Notice of Public Inspection of Accounts and Exercise of Rights of Electors

Notice is hereby given that between 3 July and 11 August 2017 (inclusive) any interested party will have the opportunity to inspect the accounts of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside and the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Group Accounts and the Chief Constable’s Statement of Accounts for 2016/17 and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts and other documents relating to them.

The inspection can be undertaken between the hours of 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday at the Finance Section, Courtland Road, Hull. If you wish to inspect the accounts please contact us and we will arrange for you to view them within our premises. Applications should be made initially to the Deputy Chief Executive and Treasurer, Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside (tel: 01482 220785) or the Assistant Chief Officer (Support), Humberside Police, Police Headquarters, Priory Road, Hull HU5 5SF (Tel: 01482 578268).

Copies of all or any part of the accounts or those other documents referred to above may be made, subject to payment of a copying charge.

KPMG LLP’s Director, Public Sector Audit, Mr J Prentice, of 1 Sovereign Square, Sovereign Street, Leeds, LS1 4DA is the local auditor. A local government elector for the area, or any representative of the elector, has the opportunity to question the auditor about the accounting records. An elector also has the right to make an objection to the auditor where there are concerns on matters in respect of which the auditor could make a public interest report or where the auditor could apply for a declaration that an item of account is contrary to law.

To be considered, an objection must be made in writing to KPMG LLP and a copy has to be sent to the Chief Executive or Chief Constable.

The rights to question and object must be exercised within the period of 30 working days referred to above.

Copies of the statement of the accounts will be available on the Police and Crime Commissioner’s website: www.humberside-pcc.gov.uk and the Force’s website: www.humberside.police.uk 

Keith Hunter
Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside
The Lawns
Harland Way
Cottingham
East Riding of Yorkshire
HU16 5SN

Lee Freeman
Chief Constable of Humberside Police
Police Headquarters
Priory Road
Hull
HU5 5SF

A GUIDE TO YOUR RIGHTS

2016/17

To view the unaudited 2016/17 annual accounts for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

To view the unaudited 2016/17 annual accounts for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

2016/17 Annual Governance Statement for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

2016/17 Annual Governance Statement for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

2015/16

Annual Audit Letter 2015/16 CLICK HERE

Audit of Accounts 2015/16 - Completion notice CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2015/16 annual accounts for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2015/16 annual accounts for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

2015/16 Annual Governance Statement for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

2015/16 Annual Governance Statement for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

Auditor's Report to those charged with governance CLICK HERE

Home Secretary's notice - Publication of senior police pay and rewards, gifts and hospitality and outside interests


2014/15

Audit of Accounts 2014/15 - Completion notice CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2014/15 annual accounts for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2014/15 annual accounts for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

2014/15 Annual Governance Statement for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

2014/15 Annual Governance Statement for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

Auditor's Report to those charged with governance CLICK HERE


2013/14

To view the audited 2013/14 annual accounts for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2013/14 annual accounts for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

2013/14 Annual Governance Statement for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

2013/14 Annual Governance Statement for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

Auditor's Report to those charged with governance CLICK HERE


2012/13

Audit of Accounts 2012/13 - Completion notice CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2012/13 annual accounts for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

To view the audited 2012/13 annual accounts for Humberside Police CLICK HERE 

2012/13 Annual Governance Statement for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner CLICK HERE

2012/13 Annual Governance Statement for Humberside Police CLICK HERE

Auditor's Report to those charged with governance CLICK HERE

 

2011/12

To view the audited 2011/12 accounts for the former Humberside Police Authority CLICK HERE

 

Investment Strategy

To view a copy of the annual Treasury Management Strategy Statement (TMSS) of the Commissioner CLICK HERE

 

Grants Awarded

The Corporate Governance Framework, including financial regulations and standing orders, are designed to ensure that the Commissioner and the Chief Constable are able to discharge their obligations with regard to achieving value for money.

Details of each grant (including crime and disorder reduction grant) made by the Commissioner

Community Safety Grants 2015-16

Community Safety Grants 2014-15

Community Safety Grants 2013-14

A full list of previous Crime Reduction Fund grants awarded can be found HERE 

 

How to do business with Humberside Police 

In 2012, the Police Forces in the Yorkshire and the Humber region merged their procurement units to create a ‘Regional Procurement Team’. The team employs 34 staff and has dedicated resources for procuring goods, services and works, contract management and strategic projects.

The four Police Forces within Yorkshire and the Humber currently spend approximately £200 million per annum on the procurement of goods, services and works. The aim of the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Procurement Team is to achieve value for money and increase sustainability.

We provide specialist support to the forces in the Yorkshire and the Humber region in all tasks related to buying supplies and services using a variety of contractual arrangements ranging from locally placed orders to large complex collaborative contracts.

Today's economic climate demands businesses to operate in a sustainable manner with a culture of continuous improvement, taking into account the various different impacts procurement has on the economy and the environment around them. This is no different for the Yorkshire and the Humber Police Forces who are constantly seeking to make the most prudent and effective use of its resources. The Governments’ current drive towards higher efficiency combined with annual constraints on public finance has brought new dimensions to the use of resource management. We are constantly seeking innovative solutions which provide greater value for money.

To find out more about:

·         How to do business with one of the four Forces in the region;

·         How we are committed to working with local suppliers, the third sector and SME suppliers;

·         The legislation by which we are governed;

Please click the following link: ‘How to do business with Yorkshire & the Humber Police Forces: a guide for Suppliers’. Contact details for the Team are included in the document, should you like any further information.

 

Contracts Awarded

Police and Crime Commissioners are required to publish a copy of every contract with a value exceeding £10,000 and a list of those that have a value of less than £10,000 to which they or the Chief Constable is a party. 

In the Humberside Police area the majority of formal contracts are in excess of £50,000.

Details of contracts may be viewed on the Bluelight Emergency Services Tendering website.

CLICK HERE to view the Bluelight website.

Once on the Bluelight website:

  • Click on 'Awarded Contracts' on the left hand menu.
  • Under 'Organisation' on the form that appears, select 'Humberside Police'
  • Finally, click on 'Search' to see the list of contracts

Humberside Police and the former Police Authority did not use Bluelight prior to April 2013. The Police Authority received regular reports on contracts entered into in accordance with the Authority's standing orders. Details are included on the Police Authority's archived website. Contract information is listed below and this will be incorporated on Bluelight in due course. 

Please CLICK HERE to view contract information.

Under the legislation there is a requirement to publish the contracts. In some circumstances limited redactions will be made to contracts before they are published in order to comply with existing law, to protect commercial interests and for the protection of national security. We are therefore in the process of consulting with existing contractors on whether any such information requires redacting prior to publication. For existing contracts with a current end date in 2014, these will be published by December 2013, for contracts due to expire after 2014, these will be published by March 2014.

For all future contracts we have included in the tender documentation the requirement for contractors to request any information they require redacting at contract award stage thus enabling us to publish new contracts immediately after award.

 

Invitations to Tender

Police and Crime Commissioners are required to publish a copy of every invitation to tender for a contract with an expected value exceeding £10,000 to which they or the Chief Constable is a party.

All tenders may be viewed on the Bluelight Emergency Services Tendering website.

CLICK HERE to view the Bluelight website

Once on the Bluelight website:

  • To view tenders, click on ‘New Opportunities’ on the left hand menu.
  • Under ‘Organisation’ on the form that appears, select ‘Humberside Police’
  • Tick the box to see past, present and future opportunities.
  • Finally, click on ‘Search’ to see the list of tenders.

 

Collaboration Agreements

Below is a copy of each collaboration agreement, or the fact that an agreement has been made and other such details about it as the Commissioner thinks appropriate.

Collaboration Agreement for the provision of policing services in Yorkshire and The Humber

Joint HR Service

Joint ICT Service

Procurement

Scientific Support Service

Protected Personnel Carriers

 

Expenditure

The Corporate Governance Framework, including financial regulations and standing orders, are designed to ensure that the Commissioner and the Chief Constable are able to discharge their obligations with regard to achieving value for money.

For details of PCC expenditure over £500 CLICK HERE

For details of Humberside Police expenditure over £500 CLICK HERE

 

Expenses

To view the allowances and expenses claimed or incurred by the Commissioner Keith Hunter from May 2016 onwards CLICK HERE

To view the allowances and expenses claimed or incurred by the previous Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner from November 2012 - May 2016 CLICK HERE 

 

Salaries

The salaries of each relevant office holder above £58,200 CLICK HERE

 

Premises and Land

CLICK HERE to view a list of premises and land owned by, or occupied for the purpose of the work of Humberside Police and the Commissioner 

 

 
 
 
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