PCC Elections

The Police and Crime Commissioner elections planned for  7th May 2020 have now been postponed until May 2021 in the light of the current Coronavirus Health emergency. 

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PCC Candidate Briefing

The APCC have produced a candidate briefing providing guidance, advice and information for anyone interested in standing as a candidate in the 2020 Police and Crime Commissioner elections.

PCC Candidate Briefing

Independent Custody Visiting Association PCC Candidate Briefing

Every PCC has a statutory duty to run an independent custody visiting scheme, in which local members of the public volunteer to serve as Independent Custody Visitors (ICVs) making regular, unannounced visits to police custody to check on the rights, entitlements and wellbeing of detainees as well as the conditions they are held in.

The Independent Custody Visiting Association (ICVA) have produced the following briefings for prospective PCC candidates. 

ICVA Candidates briefing for Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates 2020

ICVA Candidates briefing for Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates 2020 (Welsh) 

Watch the ICVA Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates video 

PCC Candidate Briefing Session

A briefing session will be held for all declared PCC candidates at the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner with the Chief Executive and the Chief Constable in Cambridgeshire Constabulary Headquarters in April 2020.

Prospective candidates should contact cambs-pcc@cambs.pnn.police.uk for further information.