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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.

Joanne Conchie

We’ve seen the police’s share of our council tax bills rocket, yet have little to show for our money but rising crime and fewer police on our streets.

I’m Jo Conchie and I’m standing to be your Police and Crime Commissioner.

Speaking to fellow residents across Cheshire, they have told me their priorities.

I want to make a difference on the things that matter to you.

Making sure you feel safe in your home and in your community,

  • by tackling burglary, harassment and anti-social behaviour, domestic violence against men and women, and by taking real action on speeding, fly-tipping and dog theft – all by having a bigger police presence locally to you.

Having the law work for you,

  • by giving you a real insight on how the force operates so that you can see how your hard-earned money is being spent.

Having a greater focus on the victims of crime,

  • by offering compassion-focused resolution rather than just giving out a crime number.

I want everyone walking home at night to feel safe on our streets. As a woman I know what it feels like to be a target. And as the first female PCC I can bring that first-hand experience to make women feel less vulnerable out on their own.

In the last decade, I’ve worked with police forces across the country, and I’ll bring fresh ideas to the problems that we face in our region.

Labour and Conservatives have both failed to deliver. It’s time for change.

If you elect me, Jo Conchie, on May 6th, to be your PCC, I will deliver that change.


This statement has been prepared by A Hyde on behalf of Jo Conchie (Liberal Democrats),

8-10 Great George Street, London, SW1P 3AE.

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