What we spend and how we spend it

Date published: 18 August 2020 10:50

Annual Statement of Accounts

The following includes information on senior employee salaries over 50,000.

The draft statement of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020 will be audited in August 2020 and can be downloaded using the link below. The draft statement of accounts have not been scrutinised by the Joint Independent Audit Committee (JIAC).

The statutory deadline for completing the 2019/20 audit is 30 November 2020. The public inspection period will begin on 1st June and end on 10th July. Subject to the outcome of the public inspection, the JIAC will give its approval and the audit opinion will be issued. The audited accounts will be published thereafter.

Draft Statement of Accounts 2019-2020

Statement of Accounts 2018-2019

Statement of Accounts 2017-2018

Statement of Accounts 2016-2017

Statement of Accounts 2015-2016

Statement of Accounts 2014-2015

Statement of Accounts 2013-2014

Statement of Accounts 2012-2013

Audit Certificates and Summary Accounts

Annual Audit Letter 2018-2019

Audit Certificate 2018-2019

Summary Accounts 2019-2020

Annual Statement of Accounts for Group

The draft statement of accounts for the year ended 31 March 2020 will be audited in August 2020 and can be downloaded using the link below. The draft statement of accounts have not been scrutinised by the Joint Independent Audit Committee (JIAC).

The statutory deadline for completing the 2019/20 audit is 30 November 2020. The public inspection period will begin on 1st July and end on 11th August. Subject to the outcome of the public inspection, the JIAC will give its approval and the audit opinion will be issued. The audited accounts will be published thereafter.

Draft Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2019-2020

Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2018-2019

Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner 2017-2018

Audit Certificates and Summary Accounts

Notice of certification of completion of the audit of Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire accounts 2018-2019

Annual Audit Letter 2018-2019

Audit Certificate 2018-2019

Summary Accounts 2019-2020

Force budget

The Police and Crime Commissioner has responsibility for setting the force budget. Click the link to access the information.

Expenditure over £500

Details of all expenditure over £500 is available from the Police and Crime Commissioner's website.

Support for the provision of Police Community Support Officers

Total budget for PCSO’s (including overtime):-

2018/19               £7,681,127

2017/18               £7,547,586

2016/17               £7,379,689

The following grant funding contributed to the above:-

Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council

2018/19               £271,733

2017/18               £271,733

2016/17               £271,733

A number of PCSO’s in Sheffield were funded based on the level of the Community Safety Fund grant that Sheffield received from the PCC. This meant that we granted them funds to then return to the force the £311k to cover the PCSO’s. For 2018/19, rather than allocate the £311k annually to Sheffield the PCC transferred the budget to SYP to fund them directly.

South Yorkshire PCC Police Financial Regulations

How to do business with us

Our force, along with all the Yorkshire and Humber police forces, conduct all tendering electronically via the e-tendering system, Bluelight.

To trade with Yorkshire and the Humber Police Forces you will need to register, as a Supplier, with BlueLight.

Standard terms and conditions for suppliers.

Financial instructions for Tenders and Quotations

Up to £10k: The local procurement procedure may use any reasonable means to select the supplier, preferably three quotations shall be obtained ( this may be from catalogues or price lists). The procurement procedure and outcome must be recorded and retained locally.

£10k to £50k: At least three formal written quotations or references to three supplier catalogues shall be obtained. At least one quotation should be sought, where possible, from a local SME.

Over £50k: All procurement to be managed by the Regional Procurement team. At least three tenders shall be obtained. Where the aggregated value of the tender is in excess of EU thresholds, tender procedures will be in accordance with EU Procurement directives.