Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner candidates named
THE names of the 10 people fighting to become the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall have been published.
They are: Brian Samuel Blake (Liberal Democrat) of Yealmpton, Devon; Graham David Calderwood (Independent), of Lelant and Carbis Bay, Cornwall; Brian Carol Greenslade (Independent) of Barnstaple, Devon; Tony Hogg (Conservative) of Helston, Cornwall; Ivan James Jordan (Independent) of Exeter; Tam Macpherson (Independent) of Plymouth; William Morris (Independent) of Penzance, Cornwall; John Smith (Independent) of Teignmouth, Devon; Robert Lee Smith (UKIP) from Ludgvan, Cornwall; Nicky Williams (Labour) from Plymouth.
The first elections of police and crime commissioners will take place on 15 November 2012.
The government says the job of the police and crime commissioner will be to ensure the policing needs of their communities are met as effectively as possible, bringing communities closer to the police, building confidence in the system and restoring trust.
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