Information about the allowances (expenses) that can be paid to the Commissioner or Deputy Commissioner can be found in the Guide to Expenses. The police and crime commissioner’s chief executive subjects all of the commissioner’s claims for expenses to rigorous verification and auditing.
Police and Crime Commissioners are required to publish the allowances paid to them in respect of expenses incurred in the exercise of their functions. Detailed below are the police and crime commissioner expenses:
The Police and Crime Commissioner, Mr Peter McCall began his term of office on 12th May 2016.
Police & Crime Commissioners Salary
The salary for Cumbria’s Police & Crime Commissioner is £68,200 per annum. The Commissioner’s salary is set nationally by the Home Secretary on recommendations from the Senior Salaries Review Body (SSRB) and reviewed on a regular basis.
Joint Audit Committee Members’ Allowances
Members of the Police and Crime Commissioners for Cumbria and Cumbria Constabulary’s Joint Audit Committee were paid allowances and expenses as part of their role. To view the schedule of allowances paid and expenses incurred reimbursed to Members of the Joint Audit Committee please click the links below.
Independent Custody Visitors’ Allowances
Independent Custody Visitors are paid travelling costs incurred in attending visits at custody suites, meetings and training courses. In addition they receive re-imbursement of reasonable out-of-pocket administrative expenses incurred in carrying out their role. To view the allowances paid to the Custody Visiting volunteers please click the link below.
Ethics & Integrity Panel
Members of the Ethics and Integrity Panel are paid allowances and expenses as part of their role. To view the schedule of what has been reimbursed to the panel members please click on the link below.
An Allowances and Remuneration Scheme has been approved and can be viewed here.