The total costs for the Commissioners team can be found in the medium term financial strategy via the following link
Job title, responsibilities and salary of each senior staff member (earning over £58,200)
The Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales receives a salary of £85,000. This amount is set by the Home Secretary, based on recommendations of the Review Body on Senior Salaries.
Annual Statement of Accounts
Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014
Audit notice where Responsible Finance Officer has been unable to certify the accounts either due to illness or because the accounts have not been prepared-
Regulation 10(1) of the Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014 (as amended) require that the Chief Financial Officer of the Police and Crime Commissioner sign and date the Police and Crime Commissioner’s draft statement of accounts and certify that they present a true and fair view of the financial position of the Police and Crime Commissioner at the end of the year to which they relate and of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s income and expenditure for that year. The Regulations require that this be completed by 31 May 2020.
The Chief Financial Officer to the Police and Crime Commissioner has not signed and certified the draft accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Commissioner has needed to divert resources to support key frontline services and the statement of accounts has not yet been prepared. The statement of accounts are in the process of being prepared and the Chief Financial Officer will sign and certify the draft statement of accounts when the immediate pressures of the COVID-19 outbreak have subsided. This is expected to be at the end of June, but is subject to change depending on the course that the outbreak takes.
For previous years, click here
Allowances and Expenses
From first assuming his role on the 22nd November 2012 to date, the Commissioner has not claimed expenses for mileage or subsistence.
Paid to the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
For details of the buildings occupied specifically for the work of the South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner, including an overview of their use, please click here
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