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PCC Election 2020: Hampshire

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team

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

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Donna Jones (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:  Michael Lane (Conservative) 

Previous PCC: Simon Hayes (Independent)

May 2016 candidates

  • Steve Watts (Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief)
  • Simon Hayes (Independent)
  • Roy Swales (UKIP)
  • Michael Lane (Conservative)
  • Robin Price (Labour)
  • Don Jerrard (Independent)
  • Richard Adair (Liberal Democrats)

Winning candidate’s profile

Michael Lane (Conservative)

Website: www.michael4hampshire-pcc.ukConservatives logo
Facebook: Michael Lane 4 PCC

 

 

People in Hampshire & IoW should have confidence that their Police & Crime Commissioner is listening to their concerns and making sure they are reflected in police priorities. I will champion your priorities.

They should also expect someone with the skills and experience to create a Police & Crime Plan that enhances effective delivery at the front line of policing and maximises the impact for a safer Hampshire from a £300M budget. I know it is not just how much, but also how effectively resources are used. I will fight for the necessary resources and their most effective use in keeping us safe.

My focus will always be to keep you and your family safe. And I will seek to empower the Chief Constable and our police to do what they do best – prevent crime and catch criminals.

My priorities will include:
• Protecting and improving neighbourhood and front line policing
• Tackling domestic abuse, protecting the vulnerable
• Putting victims at the heart of the criminal justice system
• Addressing rural crime
• Seeking innovation that increases effectiveness & reduces bureaucracy
• Creating strong partnerships.

I have the skills for the job. A Commodore with 30 years’ experience in the Royal Navy – including running £100m+ projects; managing complex change programmes in tight financial times; and motivating teams of experienced personnel dedicated to the nation’s protection.

And from my time as a Borough Councillor, I know how to champion individuals and local communities; set strategic priorities; protect and sustain our values and society; and, most importantly, listen to residents.

I have the experience and the plan. Now I am asking for your support on 5th May to make Hampshire & IoW safer.

Result, May 2016

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Total
C Michael Lane 113,717 28.53% 40,273 153,990
Lab Robin Price 63,747 15.99% 23,997 87,744
Ind Simon Hayes 60,743 15.24%    
LD Richard Adair 55,266 13.87%    
UKIP Roy Swales 54,115 13.58%    
ZTPxC Steve Watts 35,989 9.03%    
Ind Don Jerrard 14,976 3.76%    
   TURNOUT 398,553 28.0%    

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Total
Ind Simon Hayes 47,632 22.48% 33,037 80,669
 C  Michael Mates 52,616  24.83%  13,188  65,804 
 Lab  Jacqui Rayment 38,813  18.32%     
 LD  David Goodall 27,197  12.84%     
 JAC  Don Jerrald 24,443  11.53%     
 UKIP  Stephen West 21,185  10.00%     
   TURNOUT 211,886  14.63%     

 

 

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