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.


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Labour Party Candidate

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Lee Barron

Election statement:

There is a vote taking place which will determine the future of Policing in your

community. This election, being held on 15th November 2012, is your opportunity to

vote against the Conservative Party’s cuts to our police.

Already in Northamptonshire, since 2010 we have lost over 80 Officers. We have lost

PCSO’s and our CCTV coverage has been rolled back. Add to that 66,000 of our street

lights being switched off our communities can no longer stand by as the Conservatives

impose cuts which leave our neighbourhoods in darkness and in fear of crime.

Now we can change that. Voting for Labour will bring about the change we need.

I will protect front line policing, I will stop the outsourcing and privatisation of

policing. I will build up a policing plan with you that will put your priorities at the top

of the policing agenda. I will take a cut to my pay of one third to pay for a PCSO to

go back on our streets and I will be your voice, and the voice of every community in

Northamptonshire to make your streets safer.

Our Police front line protected, your voice at the heart of our policing plan, and

through me the leadership to deliver safer communities for us all.

That is why I seek your vote, and that is why November 15th 2012 is such an important

election. You can make a difference

Vote for real change when you vote – Vote Lee Barron, Vote Labour.

Promoted by Gail McDade on behalf of Lee Barron, both at Bevan House, Stuart Road, Corby, NN17 1RL


Lee Barron. Bevan House, Stuart Road, Corby NN17 1RL.