We're all getting the chance to vote for a Police and Crime Commissioner on Thursday.
There'll be one for each of the five police forces across the south west. Their job - to hold chief constables to account, set the forces budget and give us a greater say in cutting crime.
Wiltshire is the oldest police force in the country. There are six candidates standing for election and Rebecca Broxton's been to meet them.
As Wiltshire was the only police force to count overnight, the man the county elected as the new PCC became the first in Britain.
We take a look at the six candidates standing for the role of Police and Crime Commissioner in Wiltshire.