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Independent report: Police Remuneration Review Body Report: 2019 England and Wales

Office Of Manpower Economics

July 22
11:17 2019

Police Remuneration Review Body report: 2019 England and Wales

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Police Remuneration Review Body Report 2019 England and Wales: Executive Summary

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Home Secretary's letter to the Chair of the Police Remuneration Review Body

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This report sets out the PRRBs analysis of evidence provided by relevant organisations and makes recommendations for police officers pay in England and Wales. The government responded to the report in Parliament. The Home Secretary has also written to the Chair of the Police Remuneration Review Body in response to the report.

The PRRB provides independent advice to the Prime Minister and Home Secretary on the pay and allowances of police officers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Published 22 July 2019

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