What we spend and how we spend itDate published: 10 May 2023 15:48
Annual Statement of Accounts for Force
The Statement of Accounts have been audited and the audit has been concluded. The Statement of Accounts are published below for the Force and Group. The auditors have not issued their certificate of complete of the audit at this time as they are required to issue a report on the Police and Crime Commissioner's arrangements for securing economy, efficiency and effectiveness in use of resources. The work will be finalised shortly and be issued in the Auditor's Annual Report within three months of the date of opinion on the financial statements, as permitted under the special provisions in AGN 03.
Statement of Accounts 2021-2022
Statement of Accounts 2020-2021
Statement of Accounts 2019-2020
Statement of Accounts 2018-2019
Statement of Accounts 2017-2018
Annual Statement of Accounts for Group
Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2021-2022
Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2020-2021
Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2019-2020
Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2018-2019
Group Statement of Accounts of the South Yorkshire and Crime Commissioner 2017-2018
Audit Findings Report
Audit Findings Report 2021-2022
Auditors Annual Report
Expenditure over £500
Details of all expenditure over £500 is available from the Police and Crime Commissioner's website.
South Yorkshire PCC Police Financial Regulations
How to do business with us
Our force, along with all the Yorkshire and Humber police forces, conduct all tendering electronically via the e-tendering system, Bluelight.
To trade with Yorkshire and the Humber Police Forces you will need to register, as a Supplier, with BlueLight.
Standard terms and conditions for suppliers.
Financial instructions for Tenders and Quotations
Up to £10k: The local procurement procedure may use any reasonable means to select the supplier, preferably three quotations shall be obtained ( this may be from catalogues or price lists). The procurement procedure and outcome must be recorded and retained locally.
£10k to £50k: At least three formal written quotations or references to three supplier catalogues shall be obtained. At least one quotation should be sought, where possible, from a local SME.
Over £50k: All procurement to be managed by the Regional Procurement team. At least three tenders shall be obtained. Where the aggregated value of the tender is in excess of EU thresholds, tender procedures will be in accordance with EU Procurement directives.