In addition to the posts listed above, the Commissioner is also employer of two members of Surrey Police’s finance team. This is a technical arrangement made to comply with law and the two staff remain under the day-to-day management of Surrey Police. The OPCC for Surrey has no arrangements to make use of the staff of other local authorities.
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Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Budget
The budget for the Office for 2022/23 has been set at £3,005, 234, totalling £4,646,200 including Government grants and OPCC reserve. This is split between an operational budget of £1,453,484 and a commissioned services budget of £3,192, 716
See more information about the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Budget for 2022/23 here, or view the OPCC Budget for 2021/22 and Budget Breakdown from 2021/22 here.
The salary for the Chief Executive is £73,014 (£93,875 FTE). The salary for the Chief Finance Officer is £80,550. You can see more information on the number of Commissioner’s staff within each salary range in the table below:
||Chief Executive and Chief Finance Officer
|Surrey Police Band 1
||£53,645 – £78,503
||Head of Performance & Governance
Head of Policy & Commissioning
Head of Communications & Engagement
Complaints Review Manager*
Senior Strategic Projects Officer*
|Surrey Police Band 2
||£37,123 – £54,323
|Surrey Police Grade H
|Surrey Police Grade G
|Surrey Police Grade F
||£25,835 – £29,960
*These roles are part-time and as such, actual salaries may be lower than the band indicated.
Find out more about our Allowance Schemes on our Surrey Police Finances page.