Former West Yorkshire Police chief constable Sir Norman Bettison received perks worth £70,000 while in charge of the force, The Times reports.
A Freedom of Information Act request made by the newspaper revealed Sir Norman, who is under investigation over the Hillsborough and Stephen Lawrence scandals, received the package in addition to his £169,359 2010 salary.
The package - as of September 2009 - included:
Staff and driver provided free
£35,594 annual car allowance
£9,148 for health and well being, to include gym membership (per annum)Life cover: £2,745
Continuing personal development activities of your choice (per annum) £7,318
Domestic security arrangements: Up to £15,000
A credit card exclusively for your use in connection with your duties, including entertainment at home.
Telephone expenses and broadband connection: Up to 50 percent