Your new PCC is Sue Mountstevens.
On Friday, November 16, residents voted for Sue Mountstevens as their first Police & Crime Commissioner for Avon and Somerset.
Ms Mountstevens stood as an independent candidate in the election. At the announcement of her success she said: “Only I have the experience, the commitment and the freedom to deliver the right policing for the residents of Avon and Somerset.
“As your Independent Commissioner I will protect residents and police from political interference. I will reduce crime so you can be safe and feel safe in your community. I will be your voice. I will work with the police for better policing. I will make police officers and PCSO’s more visible in your neighbourhoods. I will be a fierce advocate on behalf of victims and I will ensure that offenders are dealt with robustly through the criminal justice system and I never forget that it is your money. I will ensure that every pound is spent efficiently, effectively and wisely.”
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Lives: North Somerset
November 2012 – Elected as the first Police & Crime Commissioner for Avon & Somerset
2010-2012 – Independent Member of Avon and Somerset Police Authority (Lead Member for Major Crime, Chair of Brunel Board)
2003-2012 – Owner of Mountstevens Coaching Associates
Vice-Chair of the Independent Monitoring Board, Bristol Prison
1978-1998 – Director of Mountstevens Bakeries
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