About your PCC2021-03-25T12:02:43+00:00
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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