NORTH WALES FIRE AND RESCUE AUTHORITY
Notice of Completion of the Audit
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in compliance with section 13 of the Accounts and Audit (Wales) Regulations 2014 that the Auditor General for Wales has certified that the audit of accounts of North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority for the year ended 31 March 2018 has been completed.
In accordance with Section 29 of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004, on every Monday to Friday (except bank holidays) between the hours of 9am and 4pm, an elector for the area may, upon application to the Treasurer, inspect and make a copy of the statements of accounts at the address below;
North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority
St Asaph Business Park
Denbighshire LL17 0JJ
For details of the Authority's Financial regulations, see the documents below:
Members' Remuneration and Allowances 2016/17
Members' Remuneration and Allowances 2015/16
Members' Remuneration and Allowances 2014/15
Members' Remuneration and Allowances 2013/14
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2012/13
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2011/12
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2010/11
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2009/10
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2008/09
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2007/08
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2006/07
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2005/06
Allowances Paid to Authority Members 2004/05
Statements of Accounts:
Annual Audit Letter 2017-18
Statement of Accounts 2017/18
Statement of Accounts 2016/17
Statement of Accounts 2015/16
Audit of Financial Statements Report
Statement of Accounts 2014/15
Statement of Accounts 2013/14
Statement of Accounts 2012/13
Statement of Accounts 2011/12
Statement of Accounts 2010/11
Statement of Accounts 2009/10
Statement of Accounts 2008/09
Statement of Accounts 2007/08
Statement of Accounts 2006/07
Statement of Accounts 2005/06
Statement of Accounts 2004/05
Pay Policy Statements:
National Fraud Initiative (NFI)
The National Fraud Initiative is a data matching exercise to assist in the prevention and detection of fraud and overpayments.
The Auditor General for Wales requires all local authorities under his powers in Part 3A of the Public Audit (Wales) Act 2004, to provide information it holds for this purpose. The information is shared with the Wales Audit Office. As public bodies we are under a duty to protect the public funds that we administer and to this end may use the personal information you may have provided for the following purposes for the prevention and detection of fraud.
We may also share this information with other bodies responsible for auditing or administering public funds for these purposes.
For further information on the Auditor General's legal powers and the reasons why particular information is matched, see the Wales Audit Office web-site http://www.audit.wales//about-us/national-fraud-initiative.
The work complies with the The Code of Data Matching Practice of the Auditor General for Wales(http://www.audit.wales//sites/default/files/download_documents/The_Auditor_General's_Code_of_Data_Matching_English.pdf), which ensures personal information is protected appropriately during the process.