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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.

Kristofor Iain Brown

 If you’ve made it this far to the PCC candidate website you’ve done really well, not many people will.

 In 2012 only 12% of people turned out to vote and not many more did in 2016.

 The interest in this role simply isn’t there and it’s failed to provide the link between the public and the police we were promised.

 So if you elect me, I will be the last PCC you will ever have to vote for.


I will start a process to scrap the role from day one. By removing the role we can save £800,000 a year.  Money that can go straight back into front line policing.


 In scrapping the role I will disperse power to you by creating a neighbourhood forum model in your local area, where you can meet your local police team, raise issues and hold them to account.

 In the meantime I will work to crack down on violent crime by tackling the root causes linked to inequalities in health and education.

 I will take a zero tolerance approach to traffic crime and crack down on speeding and pavement parking offences.

 I will make sure we put more bobbies on the beat in our local communities.

 Last but not least I will always stand up for your civil liberties, your right to peaceful protest and ensure we ‘police by consent’.

 If you agree with me, please vote for me on 6th May.

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Statement prepared by Kris Brown (Agent and Candidate) on behalf of himself at 509 Smithdown Road, Liverpool, L15 5AE

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