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Police and crime commissioners

Police and crime commissioners are elected by the public to ensure the policing needs of communities are met as effectively as possible and to oversee how crime is tackled in your police force area.

Hannah Jarvis

I am a hardworking, single-parent with a military background, committed to serving the public. I’m currently a caseworker, meaning I am acutely aware of the current policing and crime issues facing Gwent and have a thorough understanding of public feeling, as well as where significant improvements are needed. I will have an open-door policy and be as accessible as can be to the public. My priorities as PCC will be:

  • Dangerous drivers: It’s time to rid Gwent’s roads of those who endanger the lives of others, by putting further investment into our road-safety teams.
  • I will give more resources to our Rural Crime Team, to stop criminals seeing isolated, rural areas as soft targets.
  • I will invest in increased police patrols, in known areas of anti-social behaviour: I intend to ensure nobody feels intimidated in their own home.
  • I will back additional anti-drugs operations in Gwent, to disrupt county lines gangs and stop them exploiting our young and vulnerable.
  • I will order a review into the impact of cyber crime in Gwent and commission a Digital Dog – to sniff out electronic devices, providing the necessary evidence to prosecute those who cowardly hide in the cyber sphere.
  • I will also commission a review of all police station closures in Gwent.
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This form has been produced by Gavin Chambers, of Tan-y-Bryn, Alexandra Street, Blaina, NP13 3JE.

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