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It is the PCC job to ensure the police are held to account and ensure effective policing in your area, so It is important you put pressure on PCC to investigate issues concerning lack of law enforcement for hunt related crimes.

You are perfectly with-in your right to question your local PCC strategy on reducing crime and any failings.

 

Remember the role of the PCC is to be the voice of the people and hold the police to account.

 

Elections for PCC’s took place on 5 May 2016 in England and Wales (not in London and Greater Manchester). 

PCC’s hold office for 4 years which means they are up for re-election in 2020. If you feel your PCC is failing to ensure that police are held to account for their lack of law enforcement relating to hunting crimes, it maybe time to vote for another PCC who will ensure laws on animal welfare and hunting are policed.

AREA PCC EMAIL THEM
Avon / Somerset Sue Mountstevens  (Ind)   PCC Email them
Bedfordshire Kathryn Holloway  (Con)  PCC Email them
Cambridgeshire Ray Bisby (Acting) PCC Email them
Cheshire David Keane  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Cleveland Barry Coppinger  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Cumbria Peter McCall  (Con)  PCC Email them
Derbyshire Hardyal Dhindsa  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Devon and Cornwall Alison Hernandez  (Con)  PCC Email them
Dorset Martyn Underhill  (Ind)  PCC Email them
Durham Steve White  PCC Email them
Essex Rodger Hirst  (Con)  PCC Email them
Gloucester Martin Surl  (Ind)  PCC Email them
Hampshire Michael Lane  (Con)  PCC Email them
Hertfordshire David Lloyd  (Con)  PCC Email them
Humberside / East Yorkshire Keith Hunter  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Kent Matthew Scott  (Con)  PCC Email them
Lancashire Clive Grunshaw  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Leicestershire Lord Willy Bach  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Lincolnshire Marc Jones  (Con)  PCC Email them
Gtr Manchester Andy Burnham (Mayor) Email them
Gtr Manchester Baroness Hughes (Deputy) Email them
Merseyside Jane Kennedy  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Norfolk Lorne Green  (Con)  PCC Email them
North Yorkshire Julia Mulligan  (Con)  PCC Email them
Northamptonshire Stephen Mold  (Con)  PCC Email them
Northumbria Kim McGuinness  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Nottinghamshire Paddy Tipping  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Thames Valley Anthony Stansfield  (Con)  PCC Email them
South Yorkshire Alan Billings  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Staffordshire Matthew Ellis  (Con)  PCC Email them
Suffolk Tim Passmore  (Con)  PCC Email them
Surrey David Munro  (Con)  PCC Email them
Sussex Katy Bourne  (Con)  PCC Email them
Warwickshire Philip Seccombe  (Con)  PCC Email them
West Mercia John-Paul Campion  (Con)  PCC Email them
West Yorkshire Mark Burns-Williamson  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Wiltshire Angus Macpherson  (Con)  PCC Email them
West Midlands David Jamieson  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Wales
North Wales Arfon Jones  (PC)  PCC Email them
South Wales Alun Michael  (Lab)  PCC Email them
Dyfed / Powys Dafydd Llywelyn  (PC)  PCC Email them
Gwent  Jeff Cuthbert  (Lab)  PCC Email them

How to make a complaint about the police

Stage 1 : If you feel the Police are failing in their duty to uphold the law, your first stage of the complaint should be to their main County Police Headquarters. Please ensure you have a full statement already prepared followed by a written statement taken by the police. Witnesses are always best to take with you.

Ensure you make a note of any reference numbers and names of any police involved.

Stage 2 : If you are dissatisfied with the outcome or you believe the police have failed in their duty to look into the incident, you may escalate the complaint to the Police Crime Commissioners.  Please see listing of all the UK PCC above.

Stage 3 : Once again if you are dissatisfied with the outcome, you may escalate your complaint to the IOPC (Independent Office of Police Conduct).

You may also like to forward your complaint to :
NPCC (National Police Chiefs Council).
email : info@npcc.pnn.police.uk

HMIC (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary).
email : tom.winsor@hmic.gsi.gov.uk


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