The website of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire
The Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking to recruit a new Chief Constable. Information on the application process can be found here.
The Police and Crime Commissioner elections, set to be held on 7 May 2020, have been postponed for a year because of the coronavirus, the UK Government has announced.
PCC elections take place every four years, however recent developments in the UK with the spread of coronavirus mean that PCC elections in England and Wales have been postponed until May 2021.
Lincolnshire’s PCC, Marc Jones will now remain in office for an extra year and serve a five-year term.
Local and mayoral elections in England have also been postponed.
The Public Assurance Meeting is one of the primary mechanisms by which the PCC holds the Chief Constable to account, its focus is the performance of Lincolnshire Police.
The Police and Crime Panel meetings scrutinise and support the activities of the PCC in holding the Chief Constable to account, including reviewing the Police & Crime Plan.
The Youth Commission enables young people to support, challenge and inform the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner. The project allows young people to get involved and have their say about policing, crime and community safety where they live.
- Last Updated: 23-11-2020 at 07:11
PCC Marc Jones has secured an extra £66,000 of funding for Domestic and Sexual abuse survivors
- Last Updated: 13-11-2020 at 15:11
Residents across the county are being given the opportunity to have their say on how their communities are policed and where to invest Lincolnshire Police’s limited resources.
- Published: 10-11-2020 at 11:11
The contract between G4S and Lincolnshire Police will not be extended until 2027 in a landmark decision by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner.
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