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More Campaign Economics

Below are the agreed salaries for the new Police and Crime Commissioners. They have been set by a complex process which allows for, among other things, those areas with larger populations to offer larger remuneration. And below you will also … Continue reading

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Weekend update – 10 March 2012

Part-timers, writing and Super Thursday? Patrick Burns wrote an article on November’s Police and Crime Commissioner and Mayoral elections, which was chiefly notable for being the first use of the term ‘Super Thursday’ in relation to these elections. Remember, it’s … Continue reading

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May sets Pay for Police and Crime Commissioners

Today, in a written statement to the House of Commons, the Home Secretary, Theresa May, has accepted all but one of the recommendations of the Senior Salaries Review Board. The rumoured salaries of Police and Crime Commissioners of between £65,000 … Continue reading

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Sorry, how much?

Whatever the motives of Huffpost’s source, they were not about promoting the Conservative cause or the Police and Crime Commissioner elections, and they have certainly got people talking. Tim Collins has been pushed into denying to Michael Crick that he … Continue reading

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HuffPost Tory source tells all

The Huffington Post has published an article revealing details from ‘a senior Tory source’ about the potential group of Conservative candidates for Police and Crime Commissioner. Edited highlights as follows, with commentary:- Number 10 are disappointed with the general quality … Continue reading

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More for less? Should police pensioners take full Commissioner salaries as well as pensions?

Today The Record reports the case of John Geates, Director of the Scottish Police College, under the title of “Top cop retires and pockets £300k lump sum but is back at desk the next day”. Mr Geates post was civilianised … Continue reading

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