Crime commissioner appoints new chief financial officer after conflict of interest concerns

Herts police and crime commissioner David Lloyd on the beat

Herts police and crime commissioner David Lloyd on the beat

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A new chief financial officer has been appointed by police and crime commissioner David Lloyd at a cost of £19,500 for the one-day a week role.

Head of accountancy services at Herts County Council John Franklin will take on the post on secondment from his current job, and while he will receive the same annual salary of £66,000, one fifth of this plus ‘on costs’ will be provided from David Lloyd’s office.

This means the commissioner will refund £19,500 for the pro-rata cost of his salary to the council.

 

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