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Sue Mountstevens has made her Declaration of Acceptance of Office, since being re-elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset. At the ceremony, Sue said she will 'prioritise diversity within policing' and 'protect the most vulnerable'. Read more about what was said here.
PCC Sue Mountstevens and Bristol mayor Marvin Rees offered their support to Empowering's launch of the FGM summer campaing, read more here.
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Is your re-elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset.
There is no place for party politics in policing. The police belong to you and are there to keep you safe. Once again, as your independent Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) I will look to build stronger local police teams, increase resources in tackling child exploitation, crimes against our most vulnerable and internet crime. These are all things that you tell me matter to you. I will find savings by sharing back offices with other police forces, ensuring your money is spent efficiently and effectively. I will work hard to keep you safe and feeling safe.
HER POLICING PRIORITIES ARE:
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