Police and Crime Commissioner newsletter - May 2021
Alison Hernandez wins second terms as PCC for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
Alison Hernandez (Conservative) has been returned as police and crime commissioner for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for a second term of office.
Commissioner Hernandez won with a majority of 65.2% over second place Gareth Derrick (Labour) after the second round of voting*.
Commissioner Hernandez was sworn into her role in Exeter by Karime Hassan, CEO of Exeter City Council.
The election was postponed from 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic and legislative changes mean that the next term of office will now be for three years.
For full story visit our website: devonandcornwall-pcc.gov.uk
Vacancy at the OPCC
Serious violence reduction programme support officer
The OPCC is recruiting a support officer to work between the Local Criminal Justice Board (LCJB) manager and the serious violence programme director and project manager to support the delivery of both LCJB activity and the Serious Violence Prevention Programme of work.
For more information and to apply visit our website: devonandcornwall-pcc.gov.uk
Reporting crime to Devon and Cornwall Police
Do you need help and advice? Not sure where to look or who to speak to? Why not AskNED – Devon and Cornwall Police’s non-emergency directory. AskNED combines the most commonly asked questions with contact details of those who can help.
If you do need to contact Devon and Cornwall Police about a non-emergency, you can contact them via:
In an emergency situation, always dial 999.
You can also report crime anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via their website: crimestoppers-uk.org