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PCC Election 2020: Norfolk

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team

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

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Giles Orpen-Smellie (Conservative)

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Twitter: @GilesOrpen
 

 

Labour Candidate Name not yet known (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:  Lorne Green (Conservative) 

Previous PCC: Stephen Bett (Independent)

May 2016 candidates

  • Martin Schmierer (Green)
  • David Moreland (UKIP)
  • Stephen Bett (Independent)
  • Lorne Green (Conservative)
  • Jacqueline Howe (Liberal Democrat)
  • Chris Jones (Labour)

Winning candidate’s profile

Lorne Green (Conservative)

Website: www.lornegreen.org.ukConservatives logo
Facebook: Lorne Green PCC
Twitter: @LorneGreenPCC

 

 

It will be my job to make sure our Police have the tools to do their job properly. They need the right technology, equipment, and the right support so they can respond quickly and effectively at the right time and in the right place.

This can only happen if all parts of the emergency services, criminal justice system and community services work together effectively.   I am committed to helping Councils, the fire & rescue service and a host of community agencies play their part in crime prevention & victim support to release the police to focus on their core purpose – crime fighting & emergency response.

My whole career, in the UK and abroad has prepared me to deal with the most serious safety and security issues in a changing world.  I served for thirty years as a diplomat in some of the most troubled parts of the world including war zones in Europe and South Asia.  I was in charge of the Canadian Embassy in Yugoslavia during a period of bloody conflict.

Associated  with Norfolk for over forty years, I will blend a sense of public service with diplomatic and management skills to overcome differences, drive out inefficiencies and bring people and organisations inside and outside Norfolk closer together to improve the quality of life for everyone by keeping Norfolk safe and secure for today and tomorrow.

Result, May 2016

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Lorne Green 42,928 27.76% 17,133 60,061
Lab Chris Jones 37,141 24.02% 13,146 50,287
UKIP David Moreland 27,030 17.48%    
Ind Stephen Bett 25,527 16.51%    
LD Jacky Howe 12,838 8.30%    
Green Martin Schmierer 9,187 5.94%    
   TURNOUT 154,651  23.20%     

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
Ind Stephen Bett 27,842 28.66% 12,146 39,988
 C  Jamie Athill 30,834  31.74%  5,771  36,605 
 Lab  Steve Morphew 21,456  22.08%     
 UKIP  Matthew Smith 9,633  9.91%     
 LD  James Joyce 7,392  7.61%     
   TURNOUT 97,157 14.51%     

 

 

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