The budget report is one of the most important documents that the Police Commissioner has to consider during the course of the year.
Emily produces her final budget report for the year after holding a special public budget meeting.
Final budget report for 2022/23
Your Council Tax
It’s the Commissioner's responsibility to set the policing element of your Council Tax for the year (the 'precept').
She does this following consultation with the public, Merseyside's local authorities and the Police and Crime Panel. This how much of your council tax should be spent on policing services in order to deliver value for money. This information is provided in the ‘precept leaflets’.
Find out how much of your council tax is spent on policing:
Council Tax precept leaflet for 2021/22
Special Budget Meeting
The Commissioner and the Chief Constable, Serena Kennedy, held a special public meeting on 22nd February 2022 at which she set and approved the Merseyside Police budget for 2022/23.
Please find the agenda and the reports for this meeting below:
- Agenda special public budget meeting;
- Draft Robustness of Estimates and Adequacy of Financial Reserves;
- Budget 2022/23 and revised Medium Term Financial Strategy 2022/23 to 2026/27;
- Proposed Treasury Management Strategy 2022/23;
- Proposed Capital Strategy 2022/23.
Prior to the special budget meeting, the Commissioner consulted the public and Police and Crime Panel on her budget proposals.
Please find the papers from this consultation below:
The Commissioner's public Council Tax consultation 2022/23
The Commissioner's notification of the precept to the Police and Crime Panel
The Police and Crime Panel's report in response to the precept notification