In January 2020, the government announced the amount of funding that Lancashire Police would receive for 2020/21.
Alongside the Chief Constable I have carefully considered the implications of this national settlement and what it means for policing here in Lancashire.
The Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) Prudential Code for capital finance in local authorities requires authorities to produce a Capital Strategy (the strategy) to demonstrate that capital expenditure and investment decisions are taken in line with desired outcomes and take account of stewardship, value for money, prudence, sustainability and affordability.
The Commissioner presents a report on the proposed budget to the Police and Crime Panel for Lancashire annually.
Spending Over £500
Details of expenditure over £500 will be published quarterly. Any significant spend is formally tendered and assessed for value for money.
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