The briefing for all potential Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates and Agents took place on Wednesday 10 March at 4.30pm-6.30pm on Microsoft Teams to comply with COVID-19 regulations.
The presentations from the PCC Candidate and Agent briefing event can be viewed here
In May 2021, the PCC elections will be held for the public to vote for who they want in the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cumbria for the next three years.
To understand more about the roles and responsibilities of a PCC please view this short video made by the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC).
Link to PCC candidate electoral information
More information about the role of the Police and Crime Commissioners, can be found on the Home Office website.
Anyone interested in the PCCs role within the governance of policing, you can read the guidance produced by the Local Government Association.
If you are interested in standing in the PCC election, the Electoral Commission hosts a document will all the relevant information including the qualifications needed for all candidates. If you are looking for information on how to register to vote, visit the Allerdale Borough Council website.
All relevant information regarding the current work of the Cumbrian Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner:
- Police and Crime Plan
- Annual Report 2019 – 2020
- Strategic Assessment 2019
- PCC Candidate Briefing
- The Policing Protocol Order 2011
- Pre-election Period Guidance for PCC Elections May 2021
- Independent Custody Visiting Association Briefing for PCC Candidates
- PCC Candidate Nomination Form and Register Request Form
- Budget Setting Papers 21/22
- PCC Notice of election
- Keeping Communities Safe – Cumbria Constabulary Police Officer Numbers
This page will be updated as guidance becomes available for 2021.
If you have any queries or to receive more information please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org