Lib Dem candidate to fight for Gloucestershire's Police Commissioner role
ANOTHER candidate has stepped forward for the role of the county's Police and Crime Commissioner.
After initally suggesting that the party would not have a candidate, Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats have now thrown their hand in, selecting Alistair Cameron to fight at the elections in November.
Alistair said: "The Police carry out a demanding and, at times, dangerous job. I will work hard towards ensuring they have the resources to do their work and keep Gloucestershire safe.
"Gloucestershire Police is making £18 million of cuts. I want the cuts to be implemented in a way which has a minimal impact on front line policing.
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"I will rigorously oppose any further cuts as this would threaten public safety in Gloucestershire. I am also committed to ensuring that our Police Community Support Officers are not cut as they play a vital role in working with local communities.
"Gloucestershire Police already work with neighbouring police services in order to tackle serious crime and to share best practice which offers opportunities to reduce costs. This work must continue and intensify.
"I will take seriously my responsibility to serve all of the people of Gloucestershire, regardless of their political allegiance, without fear or favour. I will not engage in short term measures to seek publicity which may undermine the police service and the safety of the people of Gloucestershire."