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PCC Election 2020: North Yorkshire

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team  1 Comments

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

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Keith Tordoff MBE (Independent)

Facebook: KeithTordoffMBE
Twitter: @KeithTordoffMBE


Philip Allott (Conservative)

Facebook: PhilipAllott4PFCC
Twitter: @PhilAllott4PFCC


Mark Alan Christie (Liberal Democrat)

Website: Mark Alan Christie
Facebook: @Mark4NorthYorksPCC
Twitter: @Mark4NYorksPCC


Labour Candidate Name not yet known (Labour)

Website: link will appear here, once details available
Facebook: link will appear here, once details available
Twitter: link will appear here, once details available


PCC Elected on 5th May 2016:  Julia Mulligan (Conservative) 

Previous PCC: Julia Mulligan (Conservative)

May 2016 candidates

  • Mike Pannett (Independent)
  • Julia Mulligan (Conservative)
  • Steve Howley (Labour)
  • James Blanchard (Liberal Democrat)

Winning candidate’s profile

Julia Mulligan (Conservative)

Conservatives logoWebsite:
Facebook: Julia Mulligan 4 North Yorkshire PCC
Twitter: @Julia_Mulligan

Please re-elect Julia Mulligan

Policing is changing. The next 4 years will be vital and we need an experienced PCC with a record of fighting North Yorkshire’s corner, as well as delivering improvements locally. My priorities are:

Boost the frontline – following the announcement to protect police budgets, I will increase officer numbers to 1,400 and Police Community Support Officers to 200.

Protecting vulnerable people – as well as £3.2m to better protect vulnerable people including children, older people and victims of domestic and sexual abuse, I will ring-fence £600,000 for mental health crisis care to support people in contact with the police.

More support for rural communities – I will roll out ‘Community Speed Watch’ in villages and local communities wishing to participate. I will support the new Rural Crime Task Force across all rural areas and increase collaboration to better tackle serious and cross-border crime.

Saving money, protecting services via blue-light collaboration – this is common sense. I will share more buildings, back-office administration and governance, to save money and help protect frontline services.

Improve the ‘101’ service – based on my independent review, I will improve the ‘101’ service. I will upgrade the phones so you can get hold of the people you need and improve access to local police by putting contact details on a new police website.

Speaking up for North Yorkshire at the heart of government – I have a track record of speaking out for North Yorkshire and will continue to ensure your voice is heard via my work at a national level. In particular, I will continue my fight for fair funding for rural forces.

Julia Mulligan – your first choice on Thursday 5th May


Result, May 2016

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Total
C Julia Mulligan 53,078 40.13%  11,940  65,018 
Lab Stephen Howley 34,351 25.97%  10,408 44,759
Ind Mike Pannett 30,984  23.42%    
LD James Blanchard 13,856 10.48%     
  TURNOUT  132,269  22.47%     

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Total
C Julia Mulligan 47,885 58.25%    
Lab  Ruth Potter  34,328  41.75%     
  TURNOUT  82,213  13.25%     



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One Response to “PCC Election 2020: North Yorkshire”

  1. Avatar keithtordoff says:

    2020 Time for change from a Conservative PFCC. The Conservative candidate was the campaign Director in 2012 and 2016 for the PFCC who is standing down. North Yorkshire does not need more of the same abiding by the party line, making savage cuts when told to as has been the case since 2010.
    There is no place for politics in Policing or the Fire Service – A voice is needed for all.
    Vote Keith Tordoff MBE – Independent and Experienced. Working for all the Police, Fire and people of North Yorkshire.

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