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PCC Election 2020: Suffolk

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team

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

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Tim Passmore (Conservative)

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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: Tim Passmore (Conservative)

Previous PCC: Tim Passmore (Conservative)

May 2016 candidates

  • Cath Pickles (Labour)
  • Tim Passmore (Conservative)
  • Terence Carter (Green)
  • Helen Korfanty (Liberal Democrat)
  • Simon Tobin (UKIP)

Winning candidate’s profile

Tim Passmore (Conservative)

Conservatives logoWebsite: www.Tim4SuffolkPCC.wordpress.com
Twitter: @Tim4SuffolkPCC
 

 

When I was elected as Suffolk’s first Police and Crime Commissioner I had two priorities – cutting crime and anti social behaviour, and helping Suffolk Constabulary become the best rural police force in the country. Very significant progress has been made on both fronts – recorded crime has reduced by 11% since 2010 and recent inspections rate Suffolk as good in all categories. Suffolk has the enviable reputation as one of the safest counties to live, work, travel and invest. Our Constabulary is one of the lowest cost and most effective forces in the land. I also pledged to ensure Suffolk’s interests are always put first.

Putting Suffolk’s interests first has resulted in many extra initiatives to keep us safe – including extra roads policing, two rural crime teams, a new cyber crime unit and a relentless focus on domestic abuse and serious sexual offences.

For the future I will ensure our Constabulary is properly resourced to combat new threats including on-line criminality, illegal immigration and organised crime groups. This year there will be recruitment of an extra 30 police officers. My “Manifesto for Suffolk” has an exciting programme for the next term including Parish Specials, better rehabilitation of Suffolk offenders, and much deeper partnership working to reduce crime and anti social behaviour. There is also a separate business manifesto.

The Constabulary and I will work together to cut crime and anti-social behaviour. If you want a Commissioner with the knowledge and experience, commitment and energy to represent our county and fight for a fair share of national resources, I am the best person for this role. With your support I know, together, we will continue making Suffolk a very safe place to live, work, travel and invest.

Full details of my manifestos are on my website https://tim4suffolkpcc.wordpress.com/

Result, May 2016

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Tim Passmore 57,167 43.72%   10,926 68,093
Lab Cath Pickles 32,268 24.68%  9,363  41,631
UKIP Simon Tobin 22,094 16.90%     
LD Helen Korfanty 11,726 8.97%     
Green Terence Carter 7.501 5.74%     
   TURNOUT 130,756  24.47%     

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Tim Passmore 29,805 35.00% 7,141 36,946
 Lab  Jane Basham 29,967  35.19%  5,038  35,005 
 Ind  David Cocks 14,217  16.69%     
 UKIP  Bill Mountford 11,179  13.13%     
   TURNOUT 85,168  15.41%     

 

 

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