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Summary

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) make sure that the local police in their area are meeting the needs of the community.

There are 39 police areas across England and Wales with a PCC. Each area has one commissioner.

In Greater London, Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire the mayor holds the responsibilities of a PCC.

Voting in these elections

Elections for PCCs take place every four years.

Police and Crime Commissioner elections will use first-past-the-post.

The ballot paper will list the PCC candidates. You will only be able to vote for one candidate, by putting a cross [X] in the box next to your choice.  

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