Accounts

The accounts of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable are subject to external audit. Members of the public and local government electors have certain rights in the audit process in relation to the inspection of the accounts and related documents. You can view further information below.

2016/17 Statement of Accounts

The Commissioner and Chief Constable approved and signed the Statement of Accounts for 2016/2017 following the meeting of the Joint Audit Committee on 20 September 2017. Please click here for the 2016/17 Statement of Accounts: Police & Crime Commissioner and Sussex Police.

The Summary Statement of Account for 2015/16 can be viewed here.

The Annual Governance Statements for 2016/2017 were recommended for approval by members of the Joint Audit Committee at the meeting on 6 July 2016, subject to any final comments received as part of the external audit. Ernst & Young have reviewed the Statements and indicated in their final report that they comply with the requirements of CIPFA/SOLACE Delivering Good Governance in Local Government Framework. Please click here for the 2016/2017 Statements: Police & Crime Commissioner and Sussex Police.

2015/16 Statement of Accounts

The Commissioner and Chief Constable approved and signed the Statement of Accounts for 2015/2016 at the meeting of the Joint Audit Committee on 22 September 2016. Please click here for the 2015/16 Statement of Accounts: Police & Crime Commissioner and Sussex Police.

The Summary Statement of Account for 2015/16 can be viewed here.

The Annual Governance Statements for 2015/2016 were recommended for approval by members of the Joint Audit Committee at the meeting on 6 July 2016, subject to any final comments received as part of the external audit. Ernst & Young have reviewed the Statements and indicated in their final report that they comply with the requirements of CIPFA/SOLACE Delivering Good Governance in Local Government Framework. Please click here for the 2015/2016 Statements: Police & Crime Commissioner and Sussex Police.

2014/15 Statement of Accounts

The Commissioner and the Chief Constable approved and signed the statement of accounts for 2014/2015 at the meeting of the Joint Audit Committee on 23 September 2015.

The Police & Crime Commissioner’s Statement of Accounts for 2014/2015 can be viewed here.

The Chief Constable’s Statement of Accounts for 2014/2015 can be viewed here.

The Summary Statement of Accounts for 2014/2015 can be viewed here.

The Annual Governance Statements  for 2014/2015 were recommended for approval by members of the Joint Audit Committee at the meeting on 9 July 2015, subject to any final comments received as part of the external audit. Ernst and Young have reviewed the Statements and indicated in their final report that they comply with the requirements of CIPFA/SOLACE Delivering Good Governance in Local Government Framework.

Please click here for the 2014/2015 Statements: Police & Crime Commissioner and Sussex Police.

2013/14 Statement of Accounts

The Joint Audit Committee considered the final statement of accounts for 2013/2014 at its meeting on the 24 September, prior to signature by the Commissioner and the Chief Constable.

The Police & Crime Commissioner’s final Statement of Accounts can be viewed here.

The Chief Constable’s final Statement of Accounts can be viewed here.

The Summary Statement of Accounts can be viewed here.

The Annual Governance Statements 2013/2014 were recommended for approval by the Audit Committee on 24 September, prior to signature by the Police & Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable.

Audit of accounts

The public notices announcing the opening and closing of the audit of the accounts for the year ended 31 March 2017 can be viewed here.

The Sussex Police – Police & Crime Commissioner and Chief Constable’s Annual Audit Letter (year end March 2016) communicates the key issues that that arisen from the external auditor’s work to those charged with governance and to external stakeholders.

Financial governance arrangements

The Financial Management Code of Practice provides clarity on financial governance arrangements within the police service in England and Wales.

A range of other funds will be transferred to the PCC to identify and commission services. These currently include community safety funds, money for youth offending, drug intervention and treatment and a number of other areas.

Financial regulations

To ensure value for money Sussex Police needs to ensure that it has sound financial management.  The Financial Regulations and Scheme of Consent can be found here.

 

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