The budget for the running of the Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) is £1.5million. This is 0.5 per cent of the total police budget. Any underspend is reinvested into community safety initiatives which support the PCC's Safer in Kent Plan.
In addition, the OPCC receives funding from Government to commission victims and witness services in Kent.
spends and grants over £500
The Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner is committed to delivering an open and transparent service.
Below you will find details of all outgoings from the OPCC worth more than £500, including any commissioned services and grants awarded dating back to April 2013.
All outgoings listed are considered necessary for operational purposes and to support the PCC's priorities. All are conducted in line with the financial standing orders which help to ensure value for money.
gifts and hospitality
The Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner must publish a register of gifts or hospitality received by the PCC, the Chief of Staff and OPCC staff. The register is updated when necessary.
See details of our Treasury Management strategy and our Statement of Accounts below.
View the Schedule of OPCC Contracts for a full list of all contracts held by the Office of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner.
Here you will find copies of contracts over £10,000 held by the OPCC:
The OPCC also holds a contract with Victim Support worth £900,000 per year for three years.
You can also view a list of police contracts.
Assets and liabilities:
All assets, liabilities and contracts are in the name of the Police and Crime Commissioner. Full details are held by Kent Police's Estates department.