Stand as a Conservative PCC

Police and Crime Commissioners are there to help keep people safe. 

That means working with police and communities – listening to their concerns and taking action to deal with them.
 
Do you have what it takes to help keep your community safe? Then apply to stand as a Conservative PCC today.

 

 

Q: What do Police and Crime Commissioners have responsibility for?

A: Police and Crime Commissioners have responsibility for:

  • setting the police budget, together with the Chief Constable
  • setting the direction of local policing
  • identifying problems and taking action to deal with them
  • making sure national policy is implemented locally
  • managing a team

 

Q: Why is the job important?

A: Police and Crime Commissioners are the link between your community and the police.
 
As a Police and Crime Commissioner, your job is to support victims of crime. Help to set strategy for local policing. Take difficult decisions. And identify problems.
 
So it’s a big job. But you can make a real difference to the lives of people in your area.
 

Q: What kind of person should stand for Police and Crime Commissioner?

A: If you are passionate about delivering for your community, we want to hear from you.
 
Our Police and Crime Commissioners come from all walks of life. With different backgrounds and different experiences.
 
So do you have the energy and commitment to help keep your community safe?
 
Then you’ve got what it takes to become a Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner.
 
Just fill in the form below – and we’ll be in touch soon.

The closing date for applications is 6th August 2018.

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