What we spend and how we spend it
This section provides transparency concerning the allocation of budgets and expenditure. Including the Procurement tendering process and the evaluation of police resources.
The Chief Constable (CC) is required by law to publish a set of accounts each year providing a breakdown of the Constabulary’s financial performance and financial position. The statement of accounts follows a standard format (as prescribed by accounting codes of practice) and is audited by external auditors who also review the financial arrangements in place during the year.
The Chief Constables accounts form part of the PCC group accounts which can be found here.
Following a short delay, the Audit Opinions on the two Statements of Accounts 2017/18 were signed by Ernst and Young LLP on 28 August 2018. The audited Statements of Account are now published in the 2017/18 section below.
The reasons for the delay were published in a notice on 31 July 2018. Please see the publication notice 2018
The Norfolk PCC is responsible for setting the budget for policing in Norfolk, further details can be found within their website under the heading of “Policing Budget and Council Tax”
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- Information on procurement procedures are published on our website.
- 7 Force Strategic Procurement Policy
Contracts advertised for tender
- Visit the BlueLight E-Tendering website for further information.
List and values of contracts
2021 / 2022
2020 / 2021
- CC Simon Bailey Q1 2020- 21
- DCC Sanford Q1 2020 - 21
- ACC Davison Q1 2020 - 21
- ACC Megicks Q1 2020 - 21
- ACO Jasper Q1 2020 - 21
- CC Simon Baily Q4 2019 -20
- DCC Paul Sanford Q4 2019 - 20
- ACC Davison Q4 2019 - 20
- ACC Megicks Q4 2019 - 20
- ACO Jasper Q4 2019 - 20
- CC Simon Bailey 2019 - 2020 Q3
- DCC Sanford 2019 - 2020 Q3
- ACC Nick Davison 2019 - 2020 Q3
- ACC Megicks 2019 - 2020 Q3
- ACO Peter Jasper 2019 - 2020 Q3
- CC Bailey 2019 - 2020 Q2
- DCC Sanford 2019 - 2020 Q2
- ACC Davison 2019 -2020 Q2
- ACC Megicks 2019-2020 Q2
- ACO Jasper 2019 -2020 Q2
Visit norfolk-pcc.gov for information on financial regulations
The Trade Union (Facility Time Publication Requirements) Regulations 2017 implemented the requirement for specified public-sector employers to report annually on paid time off provided to trade union officials for trade union duties and activities.
UNISON is Norfolk Constabulary’s formally recognised trade union.
The first report for the reporting period of 12 months from April 2017 for Norfolk Constabulary is below.
For further financial information click here.