Conservatives announce shortlist for Police Commissioner
CONSERVATIVES in Gloucestershire have announced their shortlist of candidates for the new Police and Crime Commissioner role in the county.
The new Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) will be elected in November this year and their role is "to be the voice of the people and hold the police to account" according to the Home Office.
Conservatives in Gloucestershire today revealed the three people they have selected to fight to be the candidate.
The three shortlisted candidates are Victoria Atkins, a barrister from Great Rissington in the Cotswolds, County Councillor Rob Garnham - former head of the Gloucestershire Police Authority - and Leader of the County Council, Mark Hawthorne.
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A postal ballot among members will select the winner in July and the elections for the Police Commissioner role in Gloucestershire will take place on November 15.
Labour has already selected its candidate - Rupi Dhanda - a lawyer and a former police inspector, Martin Surl is also standing.