POLICE & CRIME Commissioner Jonathan Evison appeals to residents and businesses to help him develop his Police and Crime Plan for 2021-2024.
Conservative Jonathan Evison is the new Police & Crime Commissioner for Humberside.
ELECTION RESULT – Conservative DAVID WINTER wins In South West Holderness
Join the Neighbourhood Network’s 2021 Hustings Event on Thursday 22nd April at 6.30pm and meet all three Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Candidates via Zoom; listen to their ideas and solutions, and put your own questions to them.
FORMAL NOTICE has been served of local Elections, for Hedon Town Council (2 vacancies), South West Holderness Ward (1 vacancy) and South East Holderness Ward (1 vacancy) for ERYC. And an election for Police & Crime Commissioner for Humberside.
Humberside Police force policing the lockdown. Summary of statements from police leaders. Click links for the full version of the statements. Also a GOV.UK easy-read guide to Lockdown.
KEITH HUNTER is the Labour and Co-operative Party candidate for Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner. Election is 6 May.
A Zoom meeting with the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner will take place on Thurs 25 Feb at 6.30pm.
On Thursday 6 May residents will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside (PCC).
The Cabinet Office on Gov.UK has said: “Everyone who feels comfortable going to a supermarket or a post office should also feel confident attending a polling station in May.”
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside is seeking volunteers to help scrutinise aspects of police work. In particular, Commissioner Keith Hunter is looking for volunteers to join two new groups looking at the use of police powers and how the police deal with hate crime.
MATTHEW GROVE the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner will be attending the Hedon Town Council meeting on Thursday (26th March 2015).