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Vote Police

APPROPRIATION MINISTER(S): Minister of Police (M51)

APPROPRIATION ADMINISTRATOR: New Zealand Police

RESPONSIBLE MINISTER FOR NEW ZEALAND POLICE: Minister of Police

Overview of the Vote

The Minister of Police is responsible for appropriations in the Vote for 2016/17 financial year covering the following:

  • a total of $402 million (24% of the Vote) for Investigation
  • a total of nearly $399 million (24% of the Vote) for Police Primary Response Management
  • a total of $323 million (19% of the Vote) for Road Safety Programme
  • a total of over $172 million (10% of the Vote) for General Crime Prevention Services
  • a total of $164 million (10% of the Vote) for Specific Crime Prevention Services and Maintenance of Public Order
  • a total of $133 million (8% of the Vote) for Case Resolution and Support to Judicial Process
  • a total of over $94 million (6% of the Vote) for Capital Expenditure, and
  • a total of over $4 million (0.25% of the Vote) for Policy Advice and Ministerial Services, and
  • a total of $100,000 in non-departmental appropriations for a contribution to the United Nations Drug Control Programme.

The Department expects to collect a total of over $86 million of Crown revenue in 2016/17, largely arising from traffic infringement fees. These are collected on an agency basis for the Crown.

Details of these appropriations are set out in Parts 2-4.

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