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Proceeds of Crime fund (FOI)

Proceeds of Crime fund (FOI)

Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 22 March 2016.



I’d like a breakdown of how monies from the Proceeds of Crime Fund has been used and distributed.


How much monies has been collected in the last five years and how much was collected each year?


Has money from the Proceeds of Crime Fund been used to pay for the new police station?


Was money from the Proceeds of Crime Fund used to help buy Plémont headland?


What other projects and initiatives have benefitted from money in the Proceeds of Crime Fund?


The request has been broken down into individual questions for ease of response.


The table below shows how funds have been utilised since 2011. 

Information for the Drug Trafficking Confiscation Fund (DTCF) has also been included for the following reason. 

The Proceeds of Crime and Terrorism (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Jersey) Law 2014 came into effect on 4 August 2014. 

This repealed the Drug Trafficking Offences (Jersey) Law 1988 and prescribed that any monies in the Drug Trafficking Confiscation Fund (DTCF) be transferred to the Criminal Offences Confiscation Fund (COCF). 

As a result, the DTCF has now ceased to exist.

On closing down of the fund, the remaining balance of £1.2million was transferred into the COCF.



​2011​2012​2013​2014 ​2015​Total
​£28,999,503 ​£469,254​£1,875,306  £4,505,012​£154,231 ​£36,003,306

DTCF (ceased to exist 4 August 2014; funds transferred into COCF)

​2011​2012​2013​2014​2015 ​Total



Yes. Grants have been provided for the police station during 2014 totalling £14,775,677.


No money from the fund was used directly to buy Plémont headland. However, an allocation was made to the Police Relocation Capital Head of Expenditure (MD-TR-2014-0073).

View Ministerial Decision MD-TR-2014-0073

A sum was then transferred from that budget to the Chief Minister’s Department for the purpose of making a grant to the National Trust for Jersey to support the purchase of Plémont Holiday Village.


See the table on the link below.

Download table of funds spend (size 19kb)

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