Police and Crime Commissioner

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.

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.

Kent - Matthew Scott

I am 31 and I live in Swanley in Kent.As someone who currently works in Parliament, I have experience of working with Government departments, the Police, charities and other organisations as well as the grievances of local residents.I have served as a Councillor and School Governor, and ran a Community Centre for three years. Outside of politics, I am a keen musician, having played in covers bands across Kent and the South East for a number of years. I am a cricket and football fan and enjoy real ale.

Hertfordshire - David Lloyd

In November 2012 I was elected as your Police and Crime Commissioner and since then I have developed a reputation for innovation and applying a victim centred approach. My police and crime plan is called “Everybody’s Business” and reflects my belief that keeping people safe requires an approach that draws on the strengths of the police, the public sector, business and the community as a whole to be fully effective.

North Yorkshire - Julia Mulligan

North Yorkshire is one of the safest places in England.Since being elected to serve as your Police and Crime Commissioner in 2012, I have worked hard to keep it that way. This includes a recent announcement for a major recruitment for police, to reach 1,400 officer and 200 PCSOs.

Staffordshire - Matthew Ellis

I was brought up in Sutton Coldfield and moved to Staffordshire at the age of 22. After growing a successful business, I got involved with community issues. That sparked my interest in politics and I have been working hard to get things done ever since.

Suffolk - Tim Passmore

My name is Tim and I live with my wife Heather and my three sons in north Suffolk.I was born in Felixstowe before the family moved to the village of Witnesham near Ipswich, and since 2012 I have been proud to serve as your Police and Crime Commissioner.

Sussex - Katy Bourne

For the past four years, I have served Sussex as the first elected Police & Crime Commissioner.  During this time I have focused on: holding the Chief Constable to account to drive performance; helping and supporting the victims of crime, particularly the most vulnerable; keeping our communities safe; improving public confidence; and investing savings in frontline policing.

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. 

Thames Valley - Anthony Stansfeld

My name is Anthony and I was born in Newbury, and West Berks has been my home all my life. I am currently the Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley and a member of West Berks Council, and was a member of the Thames Valley Police Authority for several years.At University I studied international terrorism and global security, and I am proud to have then built a career in both the military and in industry.Aged just 17 I enlisted in the Army and saw active service in Borneo and Northern Ireland.