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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.

Simon Hayes

“Protecting People and Places since 2012”

Preventing crime in the first place.
Improving frontline Policing.
• Reducing re-offending.
• Educating & supporting young people.
• Supporting Victims and witnesses.
• Preventing crime against business.
• Protecting against cyber crime.

I’m again standing as an Independent, non-Party Political candidate, because I believe YOUR Police Commissioner must be free from the influences of Political masters in Westminster.
Over the past 3 ½ years, in the face of huge cuts, I’ve successfully delivered an efficient and effective police service.

By taking a businesslike approach to all we do, operational policing is starting to see benefits. My Estates Strategy has modernised the Constabulary, is saving money while delivering a more efficient and modern working environment for frontline officers. Investment in technology – Body Worn Video, mobile communications and working with partners has brought the Constabulary to the forefront of modern policing.

Her Majesty’s Inspector of Constabulary classed our financial planning for the future as “outstanding”, recognised my commitment to neighbourhood policing, ensuring police officers and PCSO’s remain on our streets, engaging with communities – delivering traditional policing in the modern environment. HMIC also noted we are good at preventing crime, anti-social behaviour and working effectively to reduce reoffending.

For me, the role of Police and Crime Commissioner is not just about governance of the Constabulary. It is, and importantly, about co-ordinating community responsibility to bring about “social change”, working with others to prevent crime, reduce re-offending, support victims and protect the vulnerable.

If re-elected, I will build on my successes since 2012 and tackle the new challenges faced by policing in modern times, with a focus on young people, the vulnerable, businesses and early prevention.

Prepared by R Jarman, The Drift, Upper Farringdon, GU34 3EA

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