PCC Launches Consultation on Council Tax Precept
Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall,
I would like to know how you feel about how much you pay towards the funding of policing services, and how you would feel about increasing the policing element of your council tax next year. I am therefore encouraging you to take part in a short survey on my website, or you can complete a paper copy. Details on how you can do this are set out below.
“I will also be seeking the views of the Chief Constable and Police and Crime Panel before making my decision.
“I am aiming to maintain policing services in Cumbria by increasing the policing element of your council tax by 1.92%. For a household living in a Band D property this amounts to an annual increase of £4.23, just over 8p per week. This modest increase will help me to support policing services and keep Cumbria a safe place.”
Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria Peter McCall: 6 June 2016
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The consultation will run from Tuesday 7 November to Friday 8 December