Police Salaries (5457_14)

Request

I am writing to obtain information about the number of your employees who received remuneration of more than £100,000 in 2013-14.

Remuneration includes, but is not limited to: salary, fees, allowances, bonuses, benefits in kind, compensation for loss of office and employers’ pension contributions.

Please not that whilst some of the information may be in the public domain in accounts and on your website, the information requested is not fully available from your annual reports, websites etc.

Many public sector organisations publish senior management salaries online or a produce a table showing employees in remuneration bands of £5,000 in their annual accounts.

It is not possible to answer the questions below with that information alone. Employer pension contributions are excluded from these bands and there can be employees who are not senior managers who received more than £100,000.

Please make it clear if you are responding on behalf of more than one organisation.

To outline my query as clearly as possible, I am requesting:

  1. The total number of employees who received remuneration equal to, or in excess of £100,000 in 2013-14.
  1. For those who received remuneration in excess of £150,000:
  2. The employee’s name
  3.   The employee’s job title

iii.   The remuneration received by the employee

  1. An itemised list of expenses claims made by the employee. If an itemised list is not available, please provide the amount the employee claimed in expenses in 2013-14

Response

Under section 22 of the Act, we are not required to provide information in response to a request if it is already scheduled to be released into the public domain. The information you requested for the dates you requested is due to be made available on the following websites.

http://foi.west-midlands.police.uk/publication-scheme/what-we-spend-and-how-we-spend-it/

http://www.college.police.uk/en/20534.htm

http://www.college.police.uk/en/21416.htm

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