Stand as a Conservative PCC

Are you based in one of the areas listed below? Then we want to hear from you.

Bedfordshire

Cleveland

Dyfed Powys

Gwent

Merseyside

Northumbria

Nottinghamshire

South Wales

West Yorkshire

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.
 
And with elections for Police and Crime Commissioners coming up next year, now’s the time to become a candidate.

Q: What are Police and Crime Commissioners responsible 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 should I apply to be a Police and Crime Commissioner?

A: The most important reason to become a Police and Crime Commissioner is to help keep people safe.

The role of a PCC is not operational – they are the link between the community and the police. So it’s a crucial role.

Q: Why is the job so important?

A: As a PCC, your job is to support victims of crime, help to set strategy for local policing, identify problems and make difficult decisions

So it’s a big job. 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: Our Police and Crime Commissioners come from all walks of life.

If you’ve got the drive to help keep people safe – then you’ve got what it takes.

So just fill in your details below and we’ll be in touch with a copy of the application form. Please ensure that your completed application form is returned to policeandcrimecommissioners@conservatives.com no later than midday on Monday 23rd September 2019.

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