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Meet Your PCC

 

 

Sue Mountstevens was re-elected in May 2016, winning with a grand total of 118,547 first and second preference votes.  As well as her existing policing priorities, Sue has also pledged to continue to prioritise the most vulnerable in society particularly children who are sexually exploited and has vowed to do all she can to listen to the quiet voices, especially victims of crime.

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More about Sue Mountstevens...

Find out more about PCC Sue Mountstevens' background here.

What does Sue do?

Read more about Sue's priorities for policing

Read Sue's blog

Contact Sue

What does Sue get paid? £86,700 a year, recommended by the Government’s Senior Salaries Review Board

Read Sue's disclosable interests or mileage and expense claims

Read the Ethical Framework

Read the Oath of Impartiality here.

Upcoming Appearances

Speak with Sue at St Pauls Learning Centre

Speak with Sue at St Pauls Learning Centre

Date
Tuesday 7th May 2019 (13:00-15:00)
Description
Your Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens will be holding a public drop-in surgery alongside neighbourhood officers from the local team on Tuesday 7th May.
Categories:
PCC Public Appearance, PCC surgery
PCC in Conversation with Chief Constable Andy Marsh

PCC in Conversation with Chief Constable Andy Marsh

Date
Wednesday 15th May 2019 (17:00-17:30)
Description
Watch your Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens put questions to Avon and Somerset Police Chief Constable Andy Marsh on Wednesday 15th May at 5pm.
Categories:
PCC Public Appearance
Speak with Sue at Burnham-on-Sea Library

Speak with Sue at Burnham-on-Sea Library

Date
Monday 20th May 2019 (12:00-13:45)
Description
Your Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens will be holding a public drop-in surgery alongside neighbourhood officers from the local team on Monday 20th May.
Categories:
PCC Public Appearance, PCC surgery
 
 
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