Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire | WYPCC

Council Tax

Mark Burns Williamson

As your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) I want to continue to put resources into West Yorkshire to increase frontline visible policing to make sure our communities are safe and feel safe.

79% of respondents to my survey on the precept supported the 4.99% increase proposed which equates to no more than an extra £7.26 a year for most households in West Yorkshire.

This will allow PCSO numbers to be maintained, and an overall additional 311 Police Officer recruits as well as Police Staff recruitment in excess of 100. This means key areas of investment can be supported, such as specialist investigators using new digital and forensic techniques to improve criminal justice outcomes for victims and witnesses.


Mark Burns-Williamson OBE
West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner 

 

Police Council Tax Information

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Download the Police Council Tax Information 2020/21
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A draft precept for 2020/21 went before the Police and Crime Panel, please click here to view it.


 

Previous Police Council Tax Information

Click the links below to view the Police Council Tax Information for previous years.