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Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Sections 29 and 30 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004 (and as further specified in the Accounts and Audit Regulations (Wales) 2018):

  1. From 11 June 2019 to 8 July 2019 inclusive between 10:00 and 17:00 (Monday to Thursday only) and 10:00 and 16:00 (Friday only) any person interested, on application to the Finance Department, Police Headquarters, Bridgend may inspect and make copies of both the Police and Crime Commissioner’s accounts and South Wales Police Chief Constable’s accounts for the year ended 31 March 2019 and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts relating thereto.
  2. On or after 09:00 on 9 July 2019, Anthony Barrett, the Appointed Auditor of 24 Cathedral Road, Cardiff, CF11 9LJ will give at Police Headquarters, Bridgend, (and subsequently until such time as the Auditor certifies completion of the Audit) at the request of any local government elector for the area to which such accounts relate, or his/her representative, an opportunity to question him about the accounts and any such elector or his/her representative may attend before the Auditor and make objections:
    • as to any matter in respect of which the Auditor could take action under Sections 17 or 18 of the Act (namely, an unlawful item of account, failure to bring a sum into account, or a loss or deficiency caused by wilful misconduct); and
    • as to any matter in respect of which the Auditor could make a report in the public interest under Section 22 of the Act.
  3. No such objections may be made unless the Auditor has previously received written notice of the objection and the grounds on which it is to be made; and that a copy of such notice is sent to the undersigned.


PETER CURRAN               

Chief Financial Officer

Office of the Police and Crime

Commissioner for South Wales


Chief Financial Officer

South Wales Police

South Wales Police Headquarters


CF31 3SU





Office Budget

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.

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.

Travel and accommodation expenditure made on behalf of the Commissioner:

Paid to the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner:


Gifts and Hospitality

Income and Expenditure

Properties, rights and liabilities

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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