Reforming police funding arrangements in England and Wales
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Consultation on proposals to reform the police funding formula
One of the government’s priorities in this new Parliament is to continue the ambitious programme of police reforms taken forward over the last 5 years. This includes putting police funding on a long-term, sustainable footing.
A detailed review of existing arrangements has concluded that the current model for allocating core government grant funding to the police in England and Wales, the Police Allocation Formula, is complex, opaque and out of date. The government believes that the formula should be replaced by a simplified model, and has launched a consultation seeking views on the principles underpinning this model, with a view to implementation for the 2016/17 financial year. It also invites views on a number of important decisions including how to transition from the current approach to the new model and proposes a further simplification in the way in which legacy council tax grants are managed.
How to respond
You can respond online.
Alternatively you can send your answers to these questions, together with any other comments, by email to have your say no later than 15 September 2015.
If you prefer you can post your responses to:
Police Funding Consultation
Police Resources Policy Team
Crime and Policing Group
6th Floor, Fry Building
2 Marsham Street
Published: 15 July 2015
From: Home Office