Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens
Avon and Somerset’s Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens will mark her first 100 days in office on Monday, March 4 with a live web chat with the public.
Sue Mountstevens was elected in November with the highest mandate of any Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) in England and Wales, with 125,000 votes.
During her first 100 days she has appointed a new Chief Constable, frozen the policing part of the council tax, committed to seven Police and Crime Plans, opened recruitment for a volunteer complaints panel and started work on a Business Crime Forum.
On Monday, March 4 you can log on to the police website to find out more from the Police and Crime Commissioner or ask her any questions, visit www.avonandsomerset.police.uk/webchat to join in live from 6pm until 7pm.
Police and crime commissioners (PCCs) were introduced last November to hold chief constable’s to account for the delivery of police services and ensure the policing needs of communities are met. Sue Mountstevens has vowed to be residents’ voice in policing and to listen to people’s concerns.
Posted on Tuesday 26th February 2013