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PCC Election 2020: Northamptonshire

OPEN Policing Insight6th February 2020Policing Insight team

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

2020 PCC Election Candidates

Stephen Mold (Conservative)

Website: www.StephenMold.com
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Twitter: @Stephen_Mold
 

 

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: Stephen Mold (Conservative)

Previous PCC: Adam Simmonds (Conservative)

May 2016 candidates

  • Stephen Mold (Conservative)
  • Sam Watts (UKIP)
  • Kevin McKeever (Labour)

Winning candidate’s profile

Stephen Mold (Conservative)

Conservatives logoWebsite: www.StephenMold.com
Twitter: @Stephen_Mold

 

 

Northamptonshire deserves a strong Police and Crime Commissioner with the right experience that listens to you, who will set out the right policing priorities over the next four years.

As an experienced businessman and a father of three I wanted to see a Safer and more secure Northamptonshire, I have the skills needed to manage a £120 million pound budget and 2,000 staff and police officers. I understand how important the role of the Commissioner is, I believe we have a dedicated police force and I trust them. I will do all in my power to protect, and if possible, increase frontline police numbers.

I have been listening to the views of many residents and believe I understand what matters most to you and your family. I will clamp down on burglary and rural crime to ensure that victims get justice.

I will address the problem with alcohol and drug fuelled crime across our county, as well as working to end domestic violence. I want to make sure that our towns and villages are safe for our children and grandchildren, free from those who wish to harm them either physically or online.

Your priorities are my priorities and I will:

  • Maintain frontline Policing Numbers matter! I will do all in my power to protect and if possible increase front line police officers.
  • Tackle rural crime We will ensure our villages have increased protection and visible policing.
  • Keeping victim’s at the heart of justice Giving victims of crime a voice and support is fundamental to a modern criminal justice system.
  • Clamping down on burglary I will make sure that burglaries are taken seriously and that we get justice for victims.
  • Increasing safety of our children Our police will have the latest technology to combat online sexual predators and cyber bullies.
  • Zero tolerance to domestic violence We will support victims and put the full weight of our resources behind tackling this crime.

You deserve a hands-on Commissioner, with the right skills, vision and experience to deliver your policing priorities. A powerful advocate, who understands and upholds the principals of law and order in Northamptonshire. This is why I am asking for your vote on Thursday 5th May.

Result, May 2016

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Stephen Mold 46,785 40.5% 11,390 58,175
Lab Kevin McKeever 41,015 35.5% 8,146 49,161
UKIP Sam Watts 27,708 23.9%    
   TURNOUT 115,508  22.0%    

Result, November 2012

Party Candidate 1st Rd % 2nd Rd Tot
C Adam Simmonds 30,436 30.08% 10,487 40,923
 Lab  Lee Barron 25,098  24.81%  5,453  30,551 
 Ind  John Norrie 19,276  19.05%     
 UKIP  Jim MacArthur 18,963  18.74%     
 LD  Paul Varnsverry 7,394  7.31%     
   TURNOUT 101,167  19.50%     

Note: Lee Barron, the Labour candidate, announced his intention to withdraw on 31 October. As he missed the official deadline to withdraw, his name still appeared on the ballot paper.

 

 

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