22527 We have received a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for the following: How much has Tom Winsor been paid for carrying…
We have received a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for the following:
- How much has Tom Winsor been paid for carrying our his review of police pay and conditions. I would like the total amount of any salary, and or claimed expenses and if possible this to be broken down into what has been claimed.
- I would also like the details of any other expenses paid to persons in relation to this review, again broken down.
The following information was released on 20th June 2012:
Tom Winsor led the review on a part-time basis. The law firm White and Case, at which Mr Winsor is a partner, will receive £300 per day for his services. He has not yet claimed for his services. Mr Winsor has claimed £3,910.19 in expenses. Please see the attached PDF document for a breakdown of his expenses.
Sir Ted Crewe and Professor Richard Disney provided advice and research support to Tom Winsor during the course of the review.
Sir Ted Crewe was paid £23,493.45. This is broken down into travel costs (£2,043.45), consultancy/advice at a daily rate of £300 (£16,350) and consultancy/implementation at a daily rate of £300 (£5,100).
The University of Nottingham was paid £15,464.25 for the services of Professor Richard Disney. This is broken down into the following: travel and subsistence (£545.25) and overhead costs, including salary costs (£14,919).
Tom Winsor had a small secretariat team during his review. They were paid £1,433.84 in expenses. This is broken down as follows:
o Travel - Late Working before 9pm (£30.50)
o Taxi Official Travel (£568.80)
o Rail, Bus, Coach (£66.00)
o Subsistence Allowance (£ 119.63)
o Other Travel - General (£80.80)
o Reimbursement of Unusual items (£5.99)
o Hotel/Bed & Breakfast cost (£550.24)
o Staff Meeting / Away day / Team Building (£11.88)
Published: 28 June 2012
From: Home Office