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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.

Tim Passmore

I was privileged to be elected as Suffolk’s PCC in 2012. We are fortunate to have one of the best police forces in the country. Suffolk remains one of the safest areas in England good policing  supports economic growth and inward investment.
There is a clear link between higher levels of deprivation and low social mobility, and increases in crime, abuse, addiction and anti-social behaviour.
If re-elected I will continue to prioritise:
• Putting Suffolk first.
• Protecting homes and businesses.
• Focus on victims’ needs.
• Cut crime through greater officer recruitment and increasing police visibility.
• Improve public communication and engagement.
• Work and listen to suggestions for improving community safety, including children.
• Target drug gangs and organised crime groups.

Much has been achieved recently in reducing violence, robbery, business crime and burglary. Work will continue to tackle domestic abuse, anti-social behaviour and serious sexual offences; making our streets safer for all is my major priority.
Many challenges cannot be resolved solely by policing. That’s why I continue to be committed to working collaboratively with all agencies, including the charitable and voluntary sectors.
Crime patterns are changing and becoming more complex. With many people now working from home, the digital threat is rising rapidly. Over 96% of crimes now have a digital footprint, so investment into our cyber-unit is another priority.
There will be new initiatives to support young people, and fight fraud, serious violence, rural and waste crime. Investment will continue to maintain road safety and keep the traffic moving. By working together, we must also improve the criminal justice system. Recorded levels of hidden harm such as domestic abuse, serious sexual offences, slavery and exploitation continue to rise. They also require further investment.

[ Promoted by Mark Bee on behalf of Tim Passmore both of WCCA, Heathlands, London Road, Kessingland, Suffolk. NR33 7PJ ]

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