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About Police and Crime Commissioners
On 15 November 2012, for the first time ever, residents elected a Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) who is responsible for holding the Chief Constable to account on behalf of the local people.
The PCC replaces what was previously the Police Authority, taking over its role in holding the Chief Constable to account, setting priorities for the force and ensuring that the police force is providing an efficient and effective service on behalf of the public. The PCC should also there are efficient and effective criminal justice and community safety services across the force area.
Your Police and Crime Commissioner – Sue Mountstevens
Independent Sue Mountstevens recorded a landslide victory to become Avon and Somerset’s first Police and Crime Commissioner. Sue received the highest mandate in the country, with 125,000 votes, higher than any other PCC in Englandand Wales.
Previously Sue was an Independent member of the Police Authority for two years and was Lead member for major crime. Before that she was Vice-Chair of the Independent Monitoring Board for Bristol Prison and a Magistrate in Bristol for 15 years. Professionally, she was Director of Mountstevens Bakeries for 20-years before it was sold in 1998.
Sue Mountstevens believes that everyone has the right to be safe and feel safe in your community and in setting her priorities is pledging to:
Reduce the impact that anti-social behaviour has in our communities,
Prevent and reduced violence, particularly violence towards women and girls,
Prevent and reduce crime in your area, particularly burglary offences,
Ensure victims are at the heart of the criminal justice system.
For more information about the PCC and her priorities please visit www.avonandsomerset-pcc.gov.uk
You can also email the PCC, follow her on Twitter @AandSPCC or like the Avon & Somerset Police & Crime Commissioner page on Facebook. External links PCC's website
PC 1709 Toni Lines
Beat Manager for Area North
Somerton Police station