Ministry of Public Safety and Security - Summary

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MINISTRY OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

The Mandate of the Ministry of Public Safety and Security is to ensure that Ontario’s communities are supported and protected by law enforcement and the public safety systems are safe, secure, effective, efficient and accountable.The Ministry has a wide range of responsibilities which include: front-line policing, establishing and ensuring policing standards and police oversight services, coordinating public safety initiatives through the Commissioner of Public Safety, forensic/coroners’ services, fire investigation/prevention, emergency preparedness and response, supervision and rehabilitation of adult and young offenders, (16 and 17 years of age at the time of their offence) in correctional institutions and probation and parole offices.

MINISTRY OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY - Summary

Accrual 2003-04 Estimates PROGRAMS Cash 2002-03 Estimates Cash 2001-02 Actual
$   $ $
OPERATING      
85,129,146 Ministry Administration Program1 78,251,640 92,480,540
73,450,000 Public Safety Program2,3,4 70,759,400 61,089,544
69,168,800 Policing Services Program5,6 72,583,300 76,354,273
635,613,500 Ontario Provincial Police7,8,9,10 656,346,900 648,327,216
659,744,900 Correctional Services Program11,12,13,14,15 636,896,800 649,814,749
72,480,600 Justice Technology Services 61,873,700 98,894,457
5,974,700 Agencies, Boards and Commissions Program16 5,735,000 4,617,389
1,601,561,646 Ministry Total Operating 1,582,446,740 1,631,578,168
995,000,000 Less: Special Warrants 582,960,000 -
51,246 Less: Statutory Appropriations 49,840 9,963,854
606,510,400 < TOTAL OPERATING TO BE VOTED 999,436,900 1,621,614,314
1,601,561,646 Ministry Total Operating    
(216,000) Adjustments for Bad Debt Expenses    
1,601,345,646 TOTAL INCLUDING CONSOLIDATION AND OTHER ADJUSTMENTS    

NOTE: Commencing in 2003-04 Estimates are presented on the accrual basis of accounting. Information for 2002-03 and earlier years is presented on the modified cash basis, and therefore comparison between 2003-04 and earlier year figures may not be meaningful. Differences between cash and accrual relate to adjustments such as timing of transfer payments and provisions for bad debts, that would increase or decrease the 2002-03 amounts had they been presented on the accrual basis.

Adjustments for this Ministry, if any, are indicated by superscripted references above and are explained on the page following the Ministry Summary - Reconciliation of 2002-03 Estimates from Cash to Accrual.

RECONCILIATION OF 2002-03 ESTIMATES FROM CASH TO ACCRUAL

VOTE and item   Cash 2002-03 Estimates Adjustments from Cash to Accrual 2002-03 Estimates Presented as Accrual 2003-04 Estimates on Accrual Basis Change from2002-03Estimates on Accrual Basis
    $ millions $ millions $ millions $ millions $ millions
  OPERATING          
2601 Ministry Administration Program          
1 Ministry Administration1 78.2 (0.7) 77.5 85.1 7.6
S Minister’s Salary, the Executive Council Act - - - - -
S Parliamentary Assistant’s Salary, the Executive Council Act - - - - -
S Payments under the Ministry of Treasury and Economics Act - - - - -
    78.3 (0.7) 77.6 85.1 7.6
2602 Public Safety Program          
1 Program Administration 0.5 - 0.5 1.7 1.2
2 Coroners’ and Forensic Services2 38.6 (1.0) 37.6 38.8 1.2
3 Fire Safety Services3 23.3 (0.9) 22.5 24.7 2.2
4 Emergency Management Ontario4 8.4 (0.2) 8.2 8.3 0.1
    70.8 (2.1) 68.7 73.5 4.8
2603 Policing Services Program          
1 Program Administration 1.2 - 1.2 1.2 -
2 Ontario Police College5 14.6 (0.4) 14.2 14.4 0.2
3 Policing Standards and Support Services6 56.8 (0.3) 56.5 53.6 (2.9)
    72.6 (0.8) 71.8 69.2 (2.6)
2604 Ontario Provincial Police          
1 Corporate and Strategic Services7 96.1 (1.4) 94.7 98.9 4.2
2 Chief Firearms Office8 4.6 (0.1) 4.5 5.2 0.8
3 Investigations and Organized Crime9 64.2 (2.5) 61.8 62.1 0.3
4 Field and Traffic Services10 447.5 (22.1) 425.4 424.3 (1.1)
5 Fleet Management 43.9 - 43.9 45.1 1.1
S Payments under the Police Services Act - - - - -
    656.3 (26.1) 630.2 635.6 5.4
2605 Correctional Services Program          
1 Program Administration11 15 (0.6) 14.4 15.0 0.6
2 Staff Training12 4.8 (0.2) 4.6 4.8 0.2
3 Institutional Services13 430 (15.7) 414.3 446.7 32.4
4 Community Services14 86.7 (3.4) 83.3 90.3 7.0
5 Young Offender Operations15 100.4 (2.6) 97.7 103.0 5.3
    636.9 (22.6) 614.3 659.7 45.4
2606 Justice Technology Services          
1 Justice Technology Services 32.2 - 32.2 70.3 38.1
2 Integrated Justice Project 29.7 - 29.7 2.2 (27.5)
    61.9 - 61.9 12.5 10.6
2607 Agencies, Boards and Commissions Program          
1 Agencies, Boards and Commissions16 5.7 (0.2) 5.5 6.0 0.5
S Hearings under the Police Services Act - - - - -
    5.7 (0.2) 5.5 6.0 0.5
  Ministry Total Operating 1,582.4 (52.4) 1,530.0 1,601.6 71.5

Note: Amounts are rounded to the nearest one hundred thousand dollars and amounts less than fifty thousand dollars are shown as zero. Totals may not add due to this rounding.

Adjustments from Cash to Accrual - Commencing in 2003-04 Estimates are prepared on the accrual basis of accounting. Information for 2002-03 and earlier years was prepared in the Estimates on the modified-cash basis. Information is provided in the following notes on the adjustments that increase or decrease the 2002-03 amounts to present them on the accrual basis in this reconciliation. The accrual presentation of the 2002-03 Estimates is not an official restatement; it is an approximation reflecting only the significant accrual adjustments as required to allow for a comparison between the 2003-04 and the 2002-03 Estimates on a consistent basis of accounting. (Note: adjustments of less than $0.05 million are not shown)

$ millions
1.
(0.7)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
2.
(1.0)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
3.
(0.9)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
4.
(0.2)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
5.
(0.4)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04 the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
6.
(0.3)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
7.
(1.4)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
8.
(0.1)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
9.
(2.5)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
10.
(22.1)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
11.
(0.6)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
12.
(0.2)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
13. (15.7) adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
14.
(3.4)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
15.
(2.6)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
16.
(0.2)
adjustment to remove the pension costs related to ministry employees because, commencing in 2003-04, the cost to the Province of all pension benefits earned by employees is reflected in the Estimates for Management Board Secretariat
(52.4)
<< Total Adjustments

MINISTRY OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY - Capital Summary

Accrual 2003-04 Estimates PROGRAMS Cash 2002-03 Estimates Cash 2001-02 Actual
$   $ $
CAPITAL      
14,861,000 Ministry Administration Program 13,527,400 10,336,739
37,806,100 Correctional Services Program 78,683,200 75,964,595
52,667,100 Ministry Total Capital 92,210,600 86,301,334
38,000,000 Less: Special Warrants 26,500,000 -
14,667,100 < TOTAL CAPITAL TO BE VOTED 65,710,600 86,301,334
52,667,100 Ministry Total Capital    
52,667,100 TOTAL INCLUDING CONSOLIDATION AND OTHER ADJUSTMENTS    

NOTE: Commencing in 2003-04, Estimates are presented on the accrual basis of accounting. Information for 2002-03 and earlier years is presented on the modified cash basis, and therefore comparison between 2003-04 and earlier year figures may not be meaningful. Differences between cash and accrual relate to adjustments such as timing of transfer payments and provisions for bad debts, that would increase or decrease the 2002-03 amounts had they been presented on the accrual basis.

Adjustments for this Ministry, if any, are indicated by superscripted references above and are explained on the page following the Ministry Summary - Reconciliation of 2002-03 Estimates from Cash to Accrual.

RECONCILIATION OF 2002-03 ESTIMATES FROM CASH TO ACCRUAL

VOTE and item   Cash 2002-03 Estimates Adjustments from Cash to Accrual 2002-03 Estimates Presented as Accrual 2003-04 Estimates on Accrual Basis Change from 2002-03 Estimates on Accrual Basis
    $ millions $ millions $ millions $ millions $ millions
  CAPITAL          
2601 Ministry Administration Program          
2 Facilities Renewal 13.5 - 13.5 14.9 1.3
    13.5 - 13.5 14.9 1.3
2605 Correctional Services Program          
6 Correctional Facilities 78.7 - 78.7 37.8 40.9
    78.7 - 78.7 37.8 40.9
  Ministry Total Capital 92.2 - 92.2 52.7 39.5

Note: Amounts are rounded to the nearest one hundred thousand dollars and amounts less than fifty thousand dollars are shown as zero. Totals may not add due to this rounding.

Adjustments from Cash to Accrual - Commencing in 2003-04, Estimates are prepared on the accrual basis of accounting. Information for 2002-03 and earlier years was prepared in the Estimates on the modified-cash basis. Information is provided in the following notes on the adjustments that increase or decrease the 2002-03 amounts to present them on the accrual basis in this reconciliation. The accrual presentation of the 2002-03 Estimates is not an official restatement; it is an approximation reflecting only the significant accrual adjustments as required to allow for a comparison between the 2003-04 and the 2002-03 Estimates on a consistent basis of accounting. (Note: adjustments of less than $0.05 million are not shown)

no adjustments from cash to accrual