Sue Mountstevens launches PCC re-election campaign
Independent candidate Sue Mountstevens, who has held the position of Police and Crime Commissioner for the last four years, has officially launched her re-election campaign.
Sue Mountstevens tells why she's standing for re-election as Police and Crime Commissioner
Sue Mountstevens - the challenges of the Nick Gargan investigation
Sue Mountstevens tells how she has prioritised the police budget
Sue Mountstevens - difficult decisions she has had to make as PCC
Sue Mountstevens - the last 3.5 years as PCC
Sue Mountstevens and her pledge to support victims
Sue Mountstevens' promise to those with mental health issues
Sue Mountstevens will find 'extra resources' to bring more offenders to justice
Sue Mounstevens has pledged to increase resources to enable more offenders to be brought to justice far quicker than the average case, which currently takes over a year if she is elected on May 5th.
We need to increase support services for victims of domestic and sexual violence
Sue Mountstevens has promised to keep domestic and sexual violence at the top of the agenda in her role as Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), should she be re-elected on May 5th.
Sue Mounstevens pledges to fight harder to improve reporting and results on business crime
Sue Mountstevens has pledged to increase dialogue between the police and local businesses to improve reporting of crime across the Avon and Somerset Constabulary region should she be re-elected as Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) on May 5th.