Martin Surl has spent his first day as Gloucestershire's Police and Crime Commissioner. The former police officer stood as an independent candidate, and says that he wanted to spend his first day out meeting people, rather than in an office.
In Cheltenham he met police officers and shoppers who told him they wanted to see more police on the beat.
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