People

Cleveland - Matthew Vickers

I've lived in the area all my life - I was born in North Tees Hospital, attended the local school, Newtown & Grangefield, and graduated from Teesside University. After completing my degree in Business Management I worked in retail management for companies including Woolworths, Big W & Home Bargains. This meant that I was involved in many of the high streets and retail parks throughout the area, and gave me an invaluable insight into the makeup and environment of the local area.  

Wiltshire - Angus MacPherson

My name is Angus and in November 2012 I was elected as your first Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire.I would love to be given the chance to be given the chance to serve you for another four years because I beleive that I have a wide experience of policing and the criminal justice system. I was a lead member on the old Wiltshire Police Authority and for 20 years I served as a magistrate in Swindon and was a senior chairman in the adult court. I was a long-serving member of the policy committee and led several local consultations on sentencing guidelines.

Norfolk - Lorne Green

I have lived in Norfolk permanently for the past 17 years.I spent thirty years as a Canadian diplomat, serving in some of the most troubled and war torn countries: Pakistan, Afghanistan, the former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Albania.I was also honoured to serve at NATO in the 1980s on the Nuclear Planning Group and for three years was Director of Nuclear and Arms Control Policy in the Canadian Defence Ministry.

Cambridgeshire - Jason Ablewhite

My name is Jason and I have served the the people of St Ives East as a District Councillor since 2004.As a member of St Ives Town Council for the last 15 years and having been the Town Mayor for St Ives in 2005/6, I am currently responsible for formulating policy within the Council.
As the current Chair of the Police and Crime Panel, I beleive I have the skills to be an excellent Police and Crime Commissioner for the people of Cambridgeshire.

Essex - Roger Hirst

My name is Roger and I am a Cabinet Member for Essex County Council, and was the Deputy Leader of Brentwood Borough Council until recently. I am standing down from these roles because I want to be your next Police and Crime Commissioner. 

Northumbria - Stewart Hay

I am a local man in Northumberland Tyne & Wear, currently working as a criminal law consultant solicitor across the local courts. With a strong service record in Northumbria Police spanning three decades as well as my time as a lawyer, I have four decades of experience in the local criminal justice system. 

Lancashire - Andrew Pratt

My name is Andrew and for 28 years I served with the Lancashire Constabulary.Since retiring as a Superintendent in 2010 I have spent the last five years participating in the local community in many ways, including being the interfaith advisor for the Bishop of Blackburn.I care about Lancashire and the people who live here, and I believe that as your Police and Crime Commissioner I will make it a safer and better place to live and work.

Hampshire - Michael Lane

I believe my experience will connect with the wide range of concerns that people in Hampshire have. And by empathising with people, I will also bring essential experience in turning this understanding into action as your Police and Crime Commissioner.I'm married to Alison, who is a teacher. We have two sons, and a grandson. My life revolves around family and a career in public service, with 30 years in the Royal Navy, two years in Local Government, and four more as an elected Borough Councillor.

Merseyside - David Burgess-Joyce

Since the age of 18 I have served the forces of law and order in various capacities. I joined the Merseyside Police Special Constabulary in 1982 and began working from Wallasey Police station.

Lincolnshire - Marc Jones

I am a Lincolnshire man born and bred and care passionately about our county and the need to constantly strive to improve things for the residents, businesses and visitors who come here. And I beleive I can make a difference.