States of Jersey Police spending 2009 and 2014 (FOI)
States of Jersey Police spending 2009 and 2014 (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 24 June 2015.
Prepared internally, no external costs.
Please can you give me the information for 2009 and 2014 (in relation to the States of Jersey Police).
Can I have a breakdown of allocated spending per department?
How many vehicles are owned by the police?
How much money has been spent each year on repair?
How much was the most expensive individual repair and what was the cause?
How much money has been spent repairing vehicles following crashes?
How much money has been spent on (separate figures please) guns, batons, Tasers, incapacitant sprays?
How much money has been spent on dogs – purchasing puppies, training, housing, food, vets bills?
How much money has been spent on building repairs to its individual properties (breakdown of each please)?
|Criminal Justice Department||2,636,158|
|Administration and Support Services||3,950,777|
|Criminal Justice Department|| 2,979,138|
|Administration and Support Services||4,073,273|
2009: 43 vehicles owned
2014: 44 vehicles owned
Vehicle repair costs (including servicing)
£735.91 Major Service
£1,957.58 Clutch and Flywheel assembly
Unable to provide this information within time limits allowed. This would involve searching through invoices for each year. However insurance covers any cost above the first
£500 of any accident repair.
|Animal feed||£2,867.75 ||£2,279.79|
|Course fees|| £2,000 ||£0|
The States police are unable to break down the costs of each repair to each building within the time limits allowed to answer the complete question.
|4||Fixture and Fittings||£87,856||£11,316|