2022/23 Police precept
- The Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner has set the Band D Police Element of the Council Tax within North Yorkshire for 2022/23 at £281.06.
- This is an increase of £10.00 per year, or 3.69% over the 2021/22 level.
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Your contribution through your council tax 2022/23
|Property Band||2021/22||2022/23||Increase per year||Increase per week|
Income and expenditure
Funding for the police
|Funding from Government||£79.1m||£83.5m|
|Council tax precept – your contribution||£81.9m||£86.9m|
|Council tax grants||£9.0m||£7.9m|
|Fees, Charges and Partnerships||£7.3m||£7.1m|
Police budget breakdown
|Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs)||£7.7m||£8.2m|
|Buildings and transport||£7.0m||£7.6m|
|Supplies and services||£23.1m||£22.4m|
|Other spend *||£18.5m||£19.0m|
|Office of the PFCC||£1.2m||£1.3m|
|Total spending plan||£182.5m||£191.5m|
* This includes Community Safety Funding and Commissioned Services, Police Officer Medical and Injury Pensions, Cost of Capital and Use of Reserves.
How your money will be spent
Your police precept will be used to provide:
- 34 additional officers allocated to the customer contact centre to improve the
service to the public.
- 13 additional officers to support neighbourhood policing teams across North
Yorkshire and York.
- 9 additional officer and staff posts to raise standards and improve the quality of
engagement with victims of violence against women and girls.
- 10 additional officers to strengthen and grow the roads policing team and support
the strategy to reduce deaths and injuries on the area’s roads.
Correspondence with the Police Fire and Crime Panel
- Police Fire and Crime Panel Report to the Police Fire and Crime Commissioner re Precepts 2022 – 23
- Precept Response Letter from Commissioner Zoe to to Cllr Les 28.02.2022