About your PCC2021-03-25T12:02:43+00:00
OATH OF OFFICE
CODE OF CONDUCT
ETHICAL CHECKLIST
CONCORDAT
transparency award

PCC’s are elected by the public to hold Chief Constables and the force to account, effectively making the police answerable to the communities they serve.

The job of a Police and Crime Commissioner is to aim to cut crime and deliver a cost effective and efficient police service within their force area. Each county within England and Wales has their own PCC.

The PCC has signed up to a code of conduct, and the Committee on Standards in Public Life ‘Ethical Checklist’. Additionally, the PCC and the Chief Constable have signed a concordat which outlines how they are going to work together to make Surrey a safer place to live and work. To find out more about these, please click the links to the left.

Salary – the salaries of Police and Crime Commissioners are decided on a national basis and vary depending on the size of the force area they represent. The Surrey PCC receives a salary of £71,400.

Complaints or conduct matters raised by the Police and Crime Panel – As of the last Panel meeting on 22 March 2021, there were no new complaints recorded.

Expenses – Click here to view the PCC’s expenses scheme for 2020/21