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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.

Mike Baker

For the last nine years we have had a commissioner leading South Wales Police. In that time, we have seen repeated cuts to the budget, repeated reductions in officer numbers (currently 600 officers).

The public have spoken, they want a police service that reflects their needs, they are concerned that the reduction of officers and stations has left the police in a dangerous position.

As a former Police Officer / Barrister / Solicitor / Commercial Mediator and a Member of the International Police Association.

I am currently a Director and Secretary of a small company.

I have the background, the skill and the expertise for the office of Police and Crime Commissioner.

I am independent of all political parties and self-funding.

The public want to become more involved in the way their communities are policed. We need to bring a more visible police presence. I have made useful connections with many local communities which will help in my future policing plan.

I will strive to: –

Ensure that we have a strong politically independent police force free to police our communities without fear or favour.

Address the financial constraints currently placed on the police in order to bring South Wales Police back to full strength

Give the police the support they need, to enable them to address anti-social behaviour.

Give our communities the support they need.

Divert our youngsters away from crime to prevent them becoming our criminals of the future.

 

It’s time for change, the office of PCC must be refreshed

I am your INDEPENDENT Candidate for the office of Police and Crime Commissioner for the South Wales Police.

Together we will make the difference

LET ME TRY

Prepared by: Michael A Baker, Own Agent. Email: admin@mikeforcommissioner.co.uk

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