We welcome the opportunity to be clear and transparent in declaring what we spend and how we spend it. All documents relating to our spending can be downloaded below.
PCC Travel and Subsistence Allowance Policy
Gifts and Hospitality Register
Gifts and Hospitality Policy
OPCC Staff Pay Scales
OPCC Budget 2018-19
2018-19 Precept and Revenue Budget
Budget and Precept Reserves Strategy
OPCC Treasury Management Strategy 2018-19 (Minimum Revenue Provision Policy Statement & Annual Investment Strategy)
Northamptonshire Policing Council Tax Precept 2018-19
Northamptonshire Policing Council Tax Precept 2019-20
Northamptonshire Police and Crime Panel Report on the Proposed Precept 2018-19
PCC Council Tax precept response to the Police and Crime Panel 2018-19
Independent Auditors Report
Conclusion of Audit Notice
CC Financial Statements 2017-18 (Audit Opinion)
Group & PCC Financial Statements 2017-18 (Audit Opinion)
Audit of Accounts – Public Inspection Notice 2017 -18
Northamptonshire Police & Crime Commissioner Group Statement of Accounts 2016-17
Northamptonshire Police & Crime Commissioner Statement of Account 2016-17
Northamptonshire Chief Constable Statement of Accounts 2016-17
Northamptonshire Police & Crime Commissioner Statement of Accounts 2015-16
Northamptonshire Chief Constable Statement of Accounts 2015-16
Northamptonshire Police & Crime Commissioner Statement of Accounts 2014-15
Northamptonshire Police & Crime Commissioner Statement of Accounts 2013-14
Northamptonshire Police & Crime Commissioner Statement of Accounts 2012-13
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Crime and Disorder Reduction Grants
The Police and Crime Commissioner believes that the most effective way to create a safer Northamptonshire is by communities helping themselves and each other through initiatives that reduce and prevent crime and anti-social behaviour in the county.
The Office of Police and Crime Commission has partnered with Northamptonshire Community Foundation (NCF) to create the Making Northamptonshire Safer Communities Fund and Foundation – which the PCC has provided £100,000-worth of funding to across 2017.
NCF is the county’s largest independent grant giving organisation and provides much needed and often life changing grants to some of the county’s most vulnerable and in need people. Since its inception in 2001, the Foundation has distributed £8.8 million to over 2,500 projects.
The Foundation will distribute grants on behalf of the Police and Crime Commission to help deliver a safer county.
Details of the grants awarded can be found here
To apply for a grant through the fund, please visit www.ncf.uk.com/Grants.
Click here to view previous Crime and Disorder Reduction Grants
Click here to view previous OFBCI spend