Police and crime commissioner

A police and crime commissioner (PCC; Welsh: comisiynydd yr heddlu a throseddu)[1][2] is an elected official in England and Wales responsible for generally overseeing police forces. A police, fire and crime commissioner (PFCC) is an elected official in England responsible for generally overseeing both police forces and fire services. Commissioners replaced now-abolished police authorities. The first incumbents were elected on 15 November 2012.


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