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What we spend

Devon and Cornwall Police and the Police Crime Commissioner's office are both publically funded organisations.  The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government requires us to provide greater transparency to the general public with regard to how we spend our budget.

We will therefore publish COG expenses, ‘What we spend over £500’, and details of grants to the voluntary community and social enterprise sector, within this section.

The publication of this information is intended to meet the requirements of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act. However, if you feel the reports do not provide adequate information you can contact us, please use the email link in the right-hand-column.

 

Chief Constable for Devon and Cornwall Statement of accounts

NOTICE is given that the audit for the Police and Crime Commissioner and Chief Constables Statement of Accounts for 2012 - 13 has been concluded.

POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER FOR DEVON AND CORNWALL AND THE CHIEF CONSTABLE FOR DEVON AND CORNWALL

AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS - NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF AUDIT

Audit Commission Act 1998, Sections 15 and 16

Accounts and Audit Regulations 2003, Reg. 18

NOTICE is given that the Auditor has confirmed that he has now completed the audit of the accounts of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall and the accounts of the Chief Constable for Devon & Cornwall for the year ended 31st March 2013 and other documents referred to in Sections 15 and 16 of the Audit Commission Act 1998.

Unqualified opinions on the accounts for the Police and Crime Commissioner and for the Chief Constable and the related audit certificates were issued by the Auditor on the 30 September 2013. On the same date, unqualified conclusions on the arrangements for securing value for money as required by the Audit Commissionwere also issued. The Auditor has not had to issue a report in the public interest under Section 8 of the Audit Commission Act 1998.

Copies of the audited Statement of Accounts for both bodies are available for inspection at the offices of the Police and Crime Commissioner; arrangements to inspect should be made initially to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner offices (01392 225555).

The Statement of Accounts are available on the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner http://www.devonandcornwall-pcc.gov.uk/Document-Library/What-We-Spend/PCC-Statement-of-Accounts-final.pdf at and the Chief Constable are linked above. A wide range of information about the performance of the Force and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is also available on the respective websites.

S Howl
Chief Executive
Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall
Endeavour House
Woodwater Park
Exeter
Devon EX2 5WH

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