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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.

Mark William Hoath

As the father of two young women, I am sick of being worried about their welfare when they leave the house.  A feeling that too many parents experience.

I’ve lived in the West Midlands for most of my life and have seen Labour and the Conservatives have failed on crime.  In 2020,  during a lockdown we saw violent, weapons, public order crimes rise and anti-social behaviour.  Over 100,000 crimes were not investigated.

I’m not a career politician I am an ordinary man fed up with increased crime.  My mission is to protect the law abiding silent majority by placing more Police on the streets to deter and catch criminals, not in cars and offices.  I stand for the old lady frightened to go out, the business owner afflicted by theft, the young girl racially abused for wearing a headscarf, the stabbed teenager, the woman walking home after dark.

The “broken windows “ policy where action taken on minor crimes prevents major crimes is proven to reduce crime, protect the innocent and make more people safe.

I will ensure Police will be consistent on how they carry out their duties without favour to any particular group or organisation which under both Labour and Conservative has become a disturbing trend.  Both have and continued to fail on crime.

They’ve taken Police off the streets to pursue politically correct initiatives at the cost of doing proper policing. I stand for the rank and file officer frustrated at being unable to do their jobs, therefore I will equip them with the tools they need to do the best for our community.  In summary my message is MORE PCS, LESS PC to help our whole community feel safe again.


Prepared by Mark Hoath Candidate and agent, Unit 142, 51 Pinfold Street, Birmingham, B2 4AY

Contact details @mark_hoath

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