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Salary for the Police and Crime Commissioner

As the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Gloucestershire, Martin Surl is paid an annual salary of £65,000.

Levels of PCC pay were set by the Home Secretary following recommendations put forward in a report by the Senior Salaries Review Board (SSRB). A salary range has been put in place to reflect the differences in force weighting and policing challenges in each respective force area. Salaries are also aligned, but not equal to, chief constable salaries. The salary ranges are as follows:

  • £100,000 – West Midlands; Greater Manchester; West Yorkshire
  • £85,000 – Thames Valley; Merseyside; Northumbria; Hampshire; Kent; Lancashire; Devon & Cornwall; South Yorkshire; Essex; Avon & Somerset; Sussex; South Wales
  • £75,000 – Nottinghamshire; Hertfordshire; West Mercia; Cheshire; Humberside; Staffordshire; Leicestershire; Derbyshire
  • £70,000 – Surrey; Norfolk; Cleveland; Durham; Cambridgeshire; North Wales; North Yorkshire; Gwent; Northamptonshire; Suffolk; Dorset; Wiltshire; Bedfordshire
  • £65,000 – Gloucestershire; Lincolnshire; Cumbria; Warwickshire; Dyfed-Powys

The Chief Executive is paid an annual salary of £75,815.

The Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner is paid an annual salary of £45,000.

Police and Crime Commissioner's Expenses

2016
2015
2014

 

2013

 

Spend reports for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

2016
2015
March 2014 – December 2014
December 2012 – February 2014

Spend reports for Gloucestershire Constabulary and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner

2016
2015
2014

 

2013
2012

Supplier payment performance statistics

2015/16
Page last updated: 09 November 2016