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Police: Milton Keynes

Volume 507: debated on Tuesday 16 March 2010

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much funding his Department provided for (a) policing and (b) victim support services in Milton Keynes in each year since 1997. (321871)

The information available can be found in the following tables. There is no available breakdown on figures just for Milton Keynes, as it is included in (a) Thames Valley policing figures and (b) Buckinghamshire victim support services figures.

Thames Valley police authority funding

£ million

1997-98

176.0

1998-991

185.8

1999-2000

188.7

2000-01

195.3

2001-02

218.9

2001-022

213.6

2002-03

223.3

2003-04

231.9

2004-05

239.9

2005-06

249.7

2005-063

249.7

2006-07

259.7

2007-08

270.7

2007-08

270.6

2008-09

275.3

2009-10

313.8

1 For the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS) in 1997-98.

2 For the National Crime Squad (NCS) in 2001-02.

3 For pensions and security funding in 2006-07.

Note:

1. These figures comprises the Home Office police grant and certain specific grants and capital provision, and also the Revenue Support grant and National non-domestic rates (both provided by the Department for Communities and Local Government).

2. Figures are not directly comparable across all years because of adjustments to the base line for funding transfers from general grant.

Buckinghamshire Victim Support Services funding

Office of Criminal Justice Reform funding for Victim Support (£)

2001-02

201,951

2002-03

204,389

2003-04

205,845

2004-05

408,146

2005-06

408,076

2006-07

408,076

2007-08

448,805

2008-09

510,995

Notes:

1. Figures provided by the Office of Criminal Justice Reform.

2. The table above illustrates funding given to Buckinghamshire Victim support. There is no available breakdown on figures for Buckinghamshire before 2001.