Police and Crime Commissioner ElectionsMAKE A DIFFERENCE: VOTE FOR PUBLIC SERVICES ON 15 NOVEMBER
On 15 November, the elections for Police and Crime Commissioners will be held for the first time in England, excluding London, and in Wales.
Worried about government cuts to your police force? Concerned that policing could be privatised? Then make your voice heard by voting on 15 November for your Police and Crime Commissioners.
Government cuts will mean:
- 16,000 fewer police officers
- 18,000 fewer police staff (police community support officers, 999 call takers, forensic experts etc)
The government also wants to privatise policing to allow private companies to make a profit from keeping your community safe.
If you object to these attacks on your police force, vote for a Police and Crime Commissioner who will campaign against cuts and privatisation. Vote for public services on 15 November.
Here's how you can make a difference:
- Register for a postal vote today at: aboutmyvote.co.uk
- Talk to friends, family and work colleagues to make them aware of just how important it is to vote on 15 November
- Visit unison.org.uk/stoppoliceprivatisation to find out more.
Find out more about your local PCC candidates: Choose my PCC