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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.

Clayton Francis Jones


Elected County Councillor and School Governor in 1981. No salary EVER received.

Active within local Police Liaison & Tourism.

Born into a culturally diverse family in the mining industry; his partner’s family are all people born in England who have embraced our society.
Started work in Co-operative aged 14, first USDAW member to withdraw from the political levy. Purchased Shamrock Coaches in 1984. Currently the owner of licensed premises in Caerphilly.

A non-Welsh-speaking Welshman supporting our heritage – his son & grandson have bilingual skills.

Gwlad believes in:

Policing should be by public democratic consent.

R….EESTABLISHING justice. Police priorities should reflect the values of the society that is policed, concentrating on preventing actual harm to people and animals alike – not pandering to the easily-offended.

E….QUAL status for all communities, recognizing their diversity.

E….QUITY is our mission, making Wales better – no different from any other self-respecting Nation

D….EMOCRACY making Wales a fair land of opportunity for all. Northern Ireland and Scotland administer their own laws, why does Westminster reject the same for Wales?

O….PERATIONALLY Wales has four police forces, yet Scotland & West Midlands have just one. The duplication impacts funding, with charges increasing 3.95% in 2021 with three call centres. Administrative jobs should be relocated to policing.

M….AKING youth provision a priority, allowing tagging low risk offenders. Both will require investment.

Phone: 02920 320120.
Twitter: @Gwlad_Gwlad
Facebook: GwladMain

Published by Kate Louise Parker, The Aneurin Sports Bar, Caerphilly, CF83 2PG.

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