Sue Mountstevens is your voice in policing, someone you can trust to lead the fight against crime, and someone to hold to account if she does not deliver.
Her role is to represent you and your concerns, ensuring the policing needs of your community are met.
Ms Mountstevens stood as an independent candidate in the first Police and Crime Commissioner election in November 2012.
"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." Sue Mountstevens
Association of Police and Crime Commissioner (APCC) Groups:
- Strategic Policing Standing Group
- Integrity Standing Group
- Standards, Performance and Accountability Standing Group
College of Policing:
More about your Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens:
What does Sue do?
Read more about Sue's priorities for policing
Read Sue's blog
What does Sue get paid? £85,000 a year, recommended by the Government’s Senior Salaries Review Board
Read Sue's disclosable interests or mileage and expense claims
Read more about Sue's background
Read the Ethical Framework
Read more about the Oath of Impartiality