The CIPFA Police and Fire Network is pleased to announce its two annual events on Developments in Finance and Accounting for Police and Fire.
This year, we are focusing on changes to the Code of Practice for Local Authority Accounting in the UK, including IFRS 16 on leases, the first mandatory year of earlier closedown in England, the updated Treasury Management Code and Prudential Code and developments in governance issues.
26 September 2018Starts: 10:00Ends: 16:30
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We will start with our usual updates on strategic and financial issues, and will focus on changes to the Code of Practice for Local Authority Accounting in the UK and the first mandatory year of earlier closedown in England. At each event we will hear from a practitioner who published their draft accounts weeks ahead of the 31 May deadline. We will also discuss people’s experiences for this year, audit issues and identify improvements for future years.
CIPFA recently updated the Treasury Management Code and Prudential Code and at the events we will examine the issues for police and crime commisioners, chief constables and fire and rescue authorities. We will also focus on IFRS 16 Leases, including the technical aspects of what it will mean and the practical actions needed now to prepare for adoption of the new standard. We will also consider governance issues including CIPFA’s recently published Practical Guide for Audit Committees in Local Authorities and Police.
Chief financial officers and finance staff from police forces and OPCCs and fire and rescue authorities/services.
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Alison has worked in and for policing for over twenty years since her first days as a researcher for City of London Police and has experienced an incredible amount of change in the sector over that time. Alison runs the CIPFA Police and Fire Network, running events and writing publications. She contributes to the CIPFA Police Panel and works closely with CIPFA policy and technical colleagues on police accounting issues.
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David joined CIPFA in July 2012 as a FAN advisor, after a 30-year career in local government, spending several years as Chief Accountant with key responsibilities for the statement of accounts. E: email@example.com, T: 01502 584395.
Developments in Finance and Accounting for Police and Fire