Police and Crime Commissioners Election – 15 Nov 2012

On 15 November 2012 a Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) will be elected for each of the 41 police areas in England (excluding London) and Wales.  PCCs will take up office on 22 November and the current police authorities will be abolished.

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Prospective Candidates for South Yorkshire
Conservative
Liberal Democrat
Labour
 
South Yorkshire
Police and Crime Commissioners Election News
 21st October 2012 – Candidates up for election to become South Yorkshire’s first ever Police and Crime Commissioner have been offically announced.

http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/local/race-for-top-south-yorkshire-policin…

Race for top South Yorkshire policing job moves up a gear

 21st October 2012 – Candidates up for election to become South Yorkshire’s first ever Police and Crime Commissioner have been offically announced.
 
10th October 2012 – New crime panels being set up across Yorkshire will contain up to 70 per cent of the members of the police authorities they were designed to abolish, with critics condemning the controversial policy as an unnecessary waste of tens of millions of pounds.
 

08th Oct 2012 – ONE of the candidates hoping to become South Yorkshire’s first police and crime commissioner has pledged to launch an independent review into how South Yorkshire Police can restore trust in the force.

http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/local/commissioner-hopeful-pledges-to-review-trust-1-5003130

 ,For more information go to 

http://www.policecrimecommissioner.co.uk/

 

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2 Responses to Police and Crime Commissioners Election – 15 Nov 2012

  1. chris1943 says:

    Nice to see you happily blogging and twittering, hope you are now fully recovered.

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