Police music licence spending: Force by force breakdown

Digital radio in car
Image caption A licence is needed to play music in the workplace

Police chiefs in England and Wales paid £660,952 for licences so staff could listen to music in offices in the past year, a Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed.

The Performing Right Society (PRS) collects the fees and pays royalties to artists.

The statistics were obtained though a FOI request by Robert Foulds, the clerk of Bramley Parish Council in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.

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