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PCC Election 2020: Cambridgeshire

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team

Candidate details for the PCC Elections 2020 in Cambridgeshire, along with details of previous PCC election outcomes

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Darryl Preston (Conservative)

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Nicky Massey (Labour)

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Liberal Democrat Candidate Name not yet known (Liberal Democrat)

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Independent Candidate Names not yet known (Independent)

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PCC Elected on 5th May 2016: Jason Ablewhite (Conservative)

Previous PCC: Sir Graham Bright (Conservative)

May 2016 candidates

  • Rupert Moss-Eccardt (Liberal Democrat)
  • David Baigent (Labour)
  • Nick Clarke (UKIP)
  • Jason Ablewhite (Conservative)

Winning candidate’s profile

Jason Ablewhite (Conservative)

Website: www.jasonablewhite.org.ukConservatives logo
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Cambridgeshire holds a very special place in my heart – I grew up in Bar Hill and Dry Drayton, worked in Cambridge and Peterborough for many years and now live in St Ives.

Married for 18 years to Annette, we have two boys that go to local schools.

As someone with a proven track record in public service, I have been a Councillor for 16 years. In that time, I have held many senior positions including Mayor of my home town and have been Executive Leader of Huntingdonshire District Council for 5 years. I have been a member of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Police and Crime Panel for the last 4 years and have recently stepped down as Chairman to focus on the forthcoming election. I know only too well the pressures and challenges that face our Police force.

Being tough on crime and the causes of crime can only be tackled by increasing frontline police strength – if elected that will be my number one priority.

We need to raise police visibility on our streets and in our communities – everybody must be and feel safe. And we must win the dominant policing issues in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, the battle against drug dealing and drug and drink related crimes, protection of our residents from the threats of terrorism, tackling domestic violence and child sex exploitation, speeding and road safety, anti-social behaviour and tackling rural crime.

My priority will be to drive out the central and back office costs, to innovate, collaborate with partner agencies and ensure that every penny available is spent on front line policing.

Please visit the My Plan section on my website, www.jasonablewhite.org.uk/myplan – it details my commitment to improving policing in Cambridgeshire.

 

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Jason Ablewhite 63,614 36.22% 17,967 81,581
Lab Dave Baigent 54,426 30.99% 18,054 72,480
UKIP Nick Clarke 29,698 16.91%    
LD Rupert Moss-Eccardt 27,884 15.88%    
  TURNOUT         

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
Con Graham Bright 23,731 26.78% 7,909 31,640
 Lab  Ed Murphy 17,576  19.84%  7,538  25,114 
 UKIP Paul Bullen 14,504  16.37%     
 Ind  Ansar Ali 12,706  14.34%     
 LD  Rupert Moss-Eccardt 7,530  8.50%     
 ED  Stephen Goldspink 7,219  8.15%     
 Ind  Farooq Mohammed 5,337  6.02%     
  TURNOUT  88,603  14.77%     

 

 

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