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COMPLETION OF AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS 2015/2016

Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014

The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015

Notice is hereby given that the External Auditors KPMG has concluded the audit of the accounts of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire and Chief Constable for Lincolnshire for the financial year 2015/2016 in accordance with the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 and the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015.  An unqualified audit opinion has been provided on both sets of accounts.

Notice is also given that the Statements of Accounts for the financial year 2015/2016 and the Auditor’s Reports thereon are available for inspection by any local government elector within the area for the Police and Crime Commissioner between 9.00am and 5.00pm Mondays to Thursdays (4.00pm Fridays) from the relevant Chief Finance Officer at Lincolnshire Police Headquarters, Deepdale Lane, Nettleham Nr Lincoln LN2 2LT.

Any such elector may make copies of the Statement or extracts from them without payment. Alternatively the Statement of Accounts is available below and the Chief Constables accounts on the Lincolnshire Police website.

Julie Flint, Chief Finance Officer to the Police and Crime Commissioner

Tony Tomlinson, Chief Finance Officer to the Chief Constable

Integrated Scheme of Governance

Revenue Budget and Capital Programme

2015/16

Budget Report

2014/15

Budget Report

2013/14

Budget Report 2013/14

Council Tax Precept

The Police Reform & Social Responsibility Act 2011 (s.5(6)(c)) requires the Police and Crime Commissioner to notify the Police & Crime Panel of the precept which he is proposing to issue (Schedule 5 s.2). 

2016/17

The Police and Crime Commissioner's proposed policing precept for 2016/17 including a copy of a letter sent to the Home Secretary dated 21 January 2016 were presented to the Police and Crime Panel on 5 February 2016.  The Police and Crime Panel's response to the proposed policing precept was articulated in a letter dated 5 February 2016.

Council Tax Leaflet 2016/17

2015/16

The Police and Crime Commissioner's proposed policing precept for 2015/16 including a copy of a letter sent to the Home Secretary dated 23 January 2015 were presented to the Police and Crime Panel on 6 February 2015.  The Police and Crime Panel's response to the proposed policing precept was articulated in a letter dated 6 February 2015.  

Council Tax Leaflet 2015/16

2014/15

The Police and Crime Commissioner's proposed policing precept for 2014/15 including a copy of a letter sent to the Home Secretary dated 23 January 2014 were presented to the Police and Crime Panel on 6 February 2014.  The Police and Crime Panel's response to the proposed policing precept was articulated in a letter dated 7 February 2014.

2013/14

The Commissioner’s proposed policing precept for 2013/14 was presented to the Police and Crime Panel on 7 February 2013.  The Police and Crime Panel's response to the proposed policing precept was articulated in a letter dated 7 February 2013.

Financial Statements

2015/16

The Financial Statements 2015/16 are available to download below:

 

2014/15

The Financial Statements 2014/15 and Summary Accounts 2014/15 are available to download below:

Summary of accounts

This document summarises the 2014-15 Financial Statements for the Police and Crime Commissioner Lincolnshire Group (the PCC Group) and gives a view of the financial position as at 31 March 2015.  The Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire and the Chief Constable for Lincolnshire both have to produce statutory accounts. This is a consolidation of the accounts for both bodies. In order to present this information in a more concise and user friendly way, modifications to the full Statement of Accounts have been made.  These accounts therefore have no legal standing due to these modifications.

2013/14

The Financial Statements 2013/14 are available to download below:

2012/13

The Financial Statements 2012/13, Compact Accounts and Summary Accounts for 2012/13 are available to download below:

Please note: The Chief Constable's accounts should be read in conjunction with the PCC's group accounts.

This 6 page document summarises the PCC's full 2012/13 Statement of Accounts and gives a view of the financial position at 31st March 2013. In order to present this information in a more concise and user-friendly way, modifications to the full Statement of Accounts have been made. These accounts therefore have no legal standing due to these modifications.

 A 2 page Summary Statement of Accounts that gives the highlight financial messages for 2012/13.  It includes an overview of where the money comes from, where it is spent, what we did with the money and what we are worth.

2011/12

The information below refers to the Statement of Accounts for the Lincolnshire Police Authority for the financial year 2011/12.

The Financial Statements 2011/12, Compact Accounts and Summary Accounts for 2011/12 are available to download below:

This 6 page document summarises the Police Authority's full 2011/12 Statement of Accounts and gives a view of the financial position at 31st March 2012. In order to present this information in a more concise and user-friendly way, modifications to the full Statement of Accounts have been made. These accounts therefore have no legal standing due to these modifications.

 A 2 page Summary Statement of Accounts that gives the highlight financial messages for 2011/12.  It includes an overview of where the money comes from, where it is spent, what we did with the money and what we are worth.

 

External Audit - Financial Statements

The External Auditor, KPMG, publishes a summary of the key issues identified during the audit of the PCC's and the Chief Constable's Financial Statements, including an assessment of their arrangments for securing value for money (VfM) in the use of resources.    

 

Treasury Management Policy and Investment Strategy

The Annual Investment Strategy is published before the start of the financial year to which it relates.

2015/16

The Police and Crime Commissioner approved the Treasury Management Plan 2015/16 (including the Annual Investment Plan) on 27 February 2015 (Decision Report 009/2015 refers)

2014/15

The Police and Crime Commissioner approved the Treasury Management Plan 2014/2015 (including the Annual Investment Plan) on 24 February 2014 (Decision Report 008/2014 refers).

2013/14

The Police and Crime Commissioner approved the Treasury Management Policy and Investment Strategy 2013/14 on 26 February 2013 (Decision Report 007/2013 refers). 

 

Budget Book

2013/14

Budget Books provide a general overview of how policing in England is funded and specific information about the Police and Crime Budget for Lincolnshire.  The book also includes the Police and Crime Commissioner’s formal decision report, which sets the Budget for policing services in Lincolnshire and the Value for Money Strategy, which sets out the Commissioner’s approach to making the best use of the money available to him.  Download the Budget Book 2013/2014 (PDF)

 

Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC)

PEEL is the programme in which HMIC draws together evidence from its annual all-force inspections. The evidence is used to assess the effectiveness, efficiency and legitimacy of the police. HMIC has introduced these assessments so that the public will be able to judge the performance of their force and policing as a whole.  Efficiency is assessed in relation to how the force provides value for money.  Find out more at: http://www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmic/our-work/peel-assessments/

 
 
 
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