Head: Gavin Stephens, Chief Constable, Surrey Police
The Finance Coordination Committee works to improve financial management across all police forces. This work includes; ensuring that the financial implications are considered in force workforce resourcing, developing the funding model we will use across forces, developing processes and procedures for procurement and contract management, police pensions, police estates and sustainability and identifying funding to train and develop existing and future police leaders.
Government announces biggest increase in funding for the police system in a decade
The government have announced today that the amount of funding available to the policing system for 2020 to 2021 will increase by more than £1.1 billion.
NPCC Chair responds to Spending Round
The Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Spending Round to Parliament earlier today, and laid out his plans for policing.
CC Dave Thompson Blog: Policing funding – what do we need to tackle the threats we face?
In 1974 my predecessor as West Midlands Chief Constable, Sir Derrick Capper, faced a sustained UK IRA bombing campaign with 6,842 police officers. Forty years later and after a horrific series of attacks in London and Manchester, I face a modern terror threat with 6,600 officers – a number that has already fallen by close to 2,000 and is set to fall further.