Policing Budget

The Police and Crime Commissioner’s overall budget of £337.3m is made up of 59% funding from national Government grant and 41% from local council tax. In 2019/20 the Commissioner allocated all of the additional funds raised through the police element of the council tax to directly support local policing. This enabled the training and recruitment of 200 new police officers and 65 police staff investigators.

Find out how much money from your council tax band supports the police and how the policing portion of your council tax is set.

If the Commissioner is permitted by Government to increase the council tax again in 2020/21, would you be willing to pay more?

Where would you like to see police funding and resources allocated? (Select 3)

Anti-social behaviour
Effects of drug and alcohol abuse
Fraud / Scams
Cyber Crime
Hate Crime
Theft (burglary and vehicle crime)
Road safety
Violent crimes
Domestic abuse
Youth diversion
Supporting victims
Crime Prevention
Business Crime
Moden slavery / human trafficking
Rural Crime
Child sexual exploitation
Burglary (Hampshire Constabulary)
Tuesday, 24 Feb 2020 13:17

Neighbourhood Crime Maps

Find out what’s happening in your neighbourhood, meet your local policing team and how to contact them. Explore the crime map to see what has happened and the policing outcomes for each crime.

Neighbourhood Watch

Find a Watch scheme in your community, and apply to join or send a message to the scheme coordinator. Neighbourhood Watch provides a way for local people to play an important part in making their communities safer.

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