Portfolio Outturn Statement for the Year Ended 31 March 2019
|26||Community Justice Services||29||-||29||31||(2)|
|14||Criminal Injuries Compensation||17||-||17||18||(1)|
|51||Police Central Government||2||63||2||61||57||4|
|5||Safer and Stronger Communities||10||5||5||5||-|
|406||Police and Fire Pensions||3||425||-||425||446||(21)|
|265||Scottish Prison Service||278||8||270||272||(2)|
|1,092||Scottish Police Authority||5||1,169||-||1,169||1,149||20|
|284||Scottish Fire and Rescue Service||6||299||-||299||293||6|
|86||Central Government Grants to Local Authorities||87||-||87||87||-|
|2,392||Total Expenditure Limit||2,543||15||2,528||2,532||(4)|
|UK Funded Annually Managed Expenditure|
|(6)||Scottish Prison Service||(1)||-||(1)||(1)||-|
|72||Scottish Prison Service||74||-||74||74||-|
|5||Scottish Police Authority Loan Charges||6||-||6||6||-|
|77||Total Other Expenditure||80||-||80||80||-|
|15||Capital - Additions||7||9||-||9||22||(13)|
|-||Capital - Disposals||7||(1)||-||(1)||-||(1)|
|-||Capital (Other Expenditure) - Additions||7||-||7||5||2|
In addition to direct expenditure, the share of administration costs allocated to the Justice portfolio is £8m. This gives a total net expenditure of £2,630m.
Explanation of Major Variances greater than £3m:
Note 1 Lower than anticipated Scottish Legal Aid Fund working capital requirement.
Note 2 Additional expenditure mainly due to the revised Scottish sponsorship contribution to the UK Government led ESMCP and FIRELINK projects. Also additional agreed resources for Police Investigations and Review Commissioner to meet the increased demands placed on the organisation.
Note 3 Police and Fire Pensions are demand-led in nature. Lower than anticipated expenditure relates to more officers eligible to retire staying in post.
Note 4 Lower than expected grant payments to support organisations due to timing and individual support costs. Also lower than anticipated miscarriage of justice compensation payments.
Note 5 Higher than anticipated Scottish Police Authority working capital requirement.
Note 6 Higher than anticipated Scottish Fire and Rescue Service working capital requirement.
Note 7 £4m as a result of a change in categorisation of the Home Office-led Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme (ESMCP) contribution with the part of the project no longer capitalised and £5m following the revised timing of Scottish Prison Service projects.
Remaining £6m consists of other minor variances across a number of programmes within the portfolio.
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