Some questions we need answered
THE new Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Devon and Cornwall will receive an annual salary of £85,000. The national PCC election process is costing the taxpayer £70m.
In my view the electorate have a right to know who they are voting for. The only details about the candidates for the post of Devon and Cornwall PCC that I have seen are scant CV details and claims of what some of them will do if they are voted into the post. There appears to be no information about what sort of people they actually are. If I can see what sort of people they are then it will assist me in deciding which one I will vote for. I believe answers to the following questions will be helpful.
What is their educational background?
What successes have they achieved?
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What is their involvement in the communities where they live?
What charities are they members of?
How do they spend their spare time?
Why do they want to be the PCC for Devon and Cornwall?
What will they bring to the post?
Why do they think that they are the right person for this job?