Increases in the council tax precept
added PS511m to police funding this year - a 14% rise.
The MP said PCCs "frankly have no choice" but to increase the precept
. "If PCCs do not raise the precept
, they will, in most cases, have to make even deeper cuts, leading to parts of certain areas not being policed at all, which is unacceptable."
The Brand Society's premises will be located next door to Precept
Regional mayors across the country have the power to impose precepts
, although most of them choose not to do so.
Hurst, Truett-Hurst president, chief executive officer and director will join Precept
to focus on national and exclusive brands.
In a report to councillors, he said: "The police and crime panel is required to review the proposed precept
, and to make a report on it.
"But first we have to arrive at a precept
so we know how much money we have and, as last year, I will be asking the people of North Wales what they are prepared to pay for.
"A [pounds sterling]12 increase on the policing precept
in the West Midlands would still mean that local people are paying more than [pounds sterling]50 less than neighbouring forces such as Staffordshire, West Mercia and Warwickshire.
These days, not every person in the pew is familiar with the basic list of obligations known as the precepts
of the church.
The duty to disclose the mistake may be reinforced by Precept
8 of the actuaries' code, which indicates that an actuary should take reasonable steps to ensure that actuarial services are not used to mislead other parties.
The Mayor announced in his 2013-14 consultation budget that he would be reducing the GLA Council Tax precept
for London households by 1.2%.
The news comes as Merseyside's new police commissioner, Jane Kennedy, is proposing a 2% increase in the police precept
element of council tax.