The Commissioner is committed to performing his functions in a transparent manner. This page provides the details of his salary, expenses and any complaints made against him, as well as the Register of Interests and the Gifts and Hospitality register.
Police and Crime Commissioner Expenses
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire receives an annual salary of £86,700.
The Commissioner is entitled to claim for authorised allowances in respect of expenses incurred while carrying out his functions. Further details of the allowances that the Commissioner can claim for are contained within the Police and Crime Commissioner Expenses Scheme.
Expenses claimed by the Commissioner:
Please note that the list above is up-to-date (as at the end of June 2019), and no expenses were claimed by the Commissioner during the months not listed.
These items of expenditure have been incurred directly by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner in relation to travel, accommodation and subsistence of the Commissioner in the exercise of his duties. They are not expenses that have been incurred by the Commissioner personally and therefore have not been reimbursed to him.
The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner ensures that the most cost effective means of meeting the business needs of the office are used. The expenses of the Commissioner are scrutinised by the Chief Executive to ensure that value for money is achieved and that the most suitable mode of transport is used for the business requirement. Further information on value for money can be found with the Financial Regulations.
Expenses incurred before the current term of office can be found in the archive.
Register of interests
This section will include links to the registers of interests of the Commissioner, including every paid employment or office or other pecuniary interest. The register will be updated as required.
Complaints against the Commissioner are handled by the Hampshire Police and Crime Panel. They will be brought to the attention of the Commissioner either because they have been referred to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC, formerly the IPCC) or because they are being subjected to informal resolution by the panel. The number and nature of complaints are published as a formal report to the Police and Crime Panel on a quarterly basis.
The Chief Constable of Hampshire Constabulary assists the PCC by making available resources under her direction and control. These include two officers who work as part of the Estate Change Programme to represent the interests of the Constabulary when designed new police buildings or enhancing current properties to ensure they are fit for its operational policing purpose.
The PCC is a customer of the Shared Services Partnership, formed between Hampshire County Council, Hampshire Constabulary and Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service to provide a number of corporate services to each organisation and other partner agencies. Through this arrangement, the PCC receives advice and support on a number of areas including HR, finance (including the Chief Finance Officer function), payroll, procurement, facilities and property management. The PCC also received support through Hampshire County Council for other services include legal support and internal audit.