The Budget book is the Police and Crime Commissioner’s (PCC) published plan of all expected income and expenditure for the financial year
What does the Budget book do?
The budget book shows, in financial terms, what the PCC intends to do for the next and following financial years.
It contains a detailed summary of the income we expect to get from central government, local tax payers and other sources such as special grants - along with a breakdown of how much we expect to spend and on what.
Planning for the future
The PCC and Chief Constable must consider future spending pressures upon the organisation and plan ahead.
For this reason the Budget book also shows a longer-term view of the PCC’s finances and includes a medium term (3 or 4 year) revenue forecast and a medium term (3 or 4 year) capital programme.
- Budget Book 2022 - 23
- Budget Book 2021 - 22
- Budget Book 2020 - 21
- Budget Book 2019 - 20
- Budget Book 2018 - 19
- Budget Book 2017 - 18
- Budget Book 2016 - 17
- Budget Book 2015 - 16
- Budget Book 2014 - 15
- Budget Book 2013 - 14
You can also view historical budget books from the Thames Valley Police Authority.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley is responsible for setting the local police ‘precept’ – the amount people pay through their council tax for policing.
Below you can see the report from the Police and Crime Panel and the Police and Crime Commissioner's response:
- PCC's letter to the Police & Crime Panel 22/23
- Police & Crime Panel Budget Confirmation Report 22/23
- Police & Crime Panel Questions 2022-23 and PCCs Answers
- Police and Crime Panel Questions 21/22
- Police and Crime Panel Precept Report 21/22
- PCC's letter to the Police and Crime Panel 21/22
- Police and Crime Panel Precept Report 20/21
- PCC's letter to the Police and Crime Panel 20/21