Rupi Dhanda brings in the big guns for Police and Crime Commissioner campaign launch
Rupi Dhanda is one of four people who want to oversee the running of Gloucestershire's police force and today she enlisted the help of shadow policing minister David Hanson MP to help get her campaign off to a flying start.
It comes as the official list of candidates for Glocuestershire's police and crime commissioner elections on November 15 were announced today.
She is up against the Liberal Democrats' Alistair Cameron, the Conservatives' Victoria Atkins and independent candidate Martin Surl.
Mr Hanson is backing Miss Dhanda's campaign to save Barton Police Station, despite no official announcement of its closure.
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He said: "I think we need police stations because they give a reassurance in the community. You can't just have police on the streets, you also need a place where the public can approach them."
Also hitting the campaign trail, Mr Surl was speaking to shoppers at King's Square today.