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2021 elections: What does a police and crime commissioner do? 2021 elections: What does a police and crime commissioner do?
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On Thursday 6 May nearly 40 areas in the UK will be voting for their police and crime commissioner (PCC).On Thursday 6 May nearly 40 areas in the UK will be voting for their police and crime commissioner (PCC).
A PCC is not a serving member of the local force but they are voted for, by the public, to hold the police forces and in some cases fire services to account.A PCC is not a serving member of the local force but they are voted for, by the public, to hold the police forces and in some cases fire services to account.
Jacob Tomlinson explains more.Jacob Tomlinson explains more.
Find out the key dates, more about what elections are happening in your area and how you can take part.Find out the key dates, more about what elections are happening in your area and how you can take part.