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PCC Election 2020: Humberside

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team

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

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Keith Hunter (Labour)

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Twitter: @KeithHunter50
 

 

Craig Ulliott (Conservative)

Website: www.craigulliott.org.uk
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Twitter: @Craig_Ulliott
 

 

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: Keith Hunter (Labour)

Previous PCC: Matthew Grove (Conservative)

May 2016 candidates

  • Matthew Grove (Conservative)
  • Keith Hunter (Labour)
  • Mike Whitehead (UKIP)
  • Denis Healy (Liberal Democrats)

Winning candidate’s profile

Keith Hunter (Labour)

Labour Party logoFacebook: Keith4PCC
Twitter: @KeithHunter50

 

 

Keith Hunter has an impressive record of relevant experience and success that strongly qualifies him for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC). Keith had a 30 year police career, working on both banks of the Humber, starting on the beat and concluding as a senior officer with national recognition for his strategic leadership, management and business planning skills. His strong and principled leadership, putting communities first, led to huge reductions in crime, innovations in delivering efficiencies and excellent partnership working contributing to the best public confidence ratings in the region. This success led to Keith being headhunted as part of a small national team tasked with improving underperforming police forces.

Since leaving the Police, Keith has built a new career as a leadership, management and criminal justice expert. He is trusted by the Foreign Office to support their work overseas acting as a strategic adviser leading teams of international experts improving justice agencies.

Keith now wants to put all his experience to work for the communities of the Humberside Police area again, not reliving his operational days but using the insights gained during many years of success to create a new relationship between the police and the public, a real partnership.

He will:

  • Prioritise community policing, making it the heart of policing delivery
  • Pass more control to communities so they can direct what their officers deal with
  • Get PCC staff out on to the ground to check the reality of police delivery so no communities get left behind
  • Clearly speak up for the public, challenging police failures but also cuts to officer numbers
  • Involve police officers and staff meaningfully in building a force that responds to communities
  • Rebuild trust, confidence, effectiveness and morale.

Result, May 2016

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
Lab Keith Hunter 62,010 40.31%  76,128 138,138
C Matthew Grove 40,925 26.61%  51,757 92,682
UKIP Mike Whitehead 27,434 17.84%     
LD Denis Healy 23,451 15.25%     
   TURNOUT 153,820  22.10%     

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Matthew Grove 29,440 22.01% 12,724 42,164
 Lab  John Prescott 33,282  24.88%  6,651  39,933 
 Ind  Paul Davison 28,807  21.54%     
 UKIP  Godfrey Bloom 21,484  16.06%     
 LD  Simeone Butterworth 11,655  8.71%     
 Ind  Walter Sweeney 5,118  3.83%     
 Ind  Neil Eyre 3,976  2.97%     
   TURNOUT 133,762  19.15%     

 

 

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