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Staffordshire Police and Crime Panel Home Office Grant Allocation 2018/19


Staffordshire Police and Crime Panel Home Office Grant Allocation 2018/19
Expenditure Heading  Amount 
Officer Support £58.605.82
Administration £1,080.00
Training/Travel £1430.43 
Total £61,116.25
Members' Expenses/Allowances  
Bennett, C.  £920.04
Conteh, R.  £920.04
Darby, P.  £920.04
Doyle, S.  £920.04
Edgeller, A. (incl NI)  £955.66
Edwards, B. R.  £920.04
Gaskin, S £920.04
Jackson, P. £920.04
Pullen, D. £184.01
Sweeney, S. £583.68
Williams, D. £460.02
Walker, K. £920.04
Waring J* £1145.10
Yeates, A. £736.03
Expenditure on Members' Expenses/Allowances £11,424.82
Total Expenditure   £72,541.07
Underspend/unclaimed  - £204.93

 * Includes arrears payment from 2017/18





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