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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.

Nadine Rachel Marshall

Nadine Marshall is not your typical candidate for Police & Crime Commissioner. This is her strength and why she is an excellent choice for the role. She enters this race as a person with a significant understanding of the impact crime has on the victims of crime.

Not all politicians and not all ex police officers and lawyers can see the big picture and realise what is really needed to make our communities safer, better places to raise our children.

Nadine has proven that she is able to take on the establishment and right wrongs. Her ambition is to improve South Wales for each community by drawing together the Criminal Justice System to work more effectively and to show how the third sector can be used to improve further our living and working conditions. Her ambition for our well-being is not limited by what others say is possible.

Nadine will not be relying on sound-bites because she knows they are meaningless promises. She will be prioritising victims of crime; she wants potential criminals to know that they will be caught, they will be punished. More than that Nadine intends to work harder to catch the young people who are being drawn into crime and divert them away from that life.

Nadine will not just speak for the communities, she will speak to the communities to understand fully the different issues across South Wales. Anti-social behaviour and drug crime are a scourge on society and must be dealt with better. Our communities need innovation, new thinking, ambition that is wider than simply getting the best out of our police.

Prepared by Dennis Clarke (election agent) at Ty Gwynfor, Anson Court, Atlantic Wharf, Cardiff CF10 4AL

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