PCC priorities one year on

The police and crime commissioner for Devon and Cornwall, Tony Hogg, says he'll lobby for more funds to try to reduce the 24 million pounds set to be cut from council budgets in 2017.

First anniversary for PCC

Devon and Cornwall's Police and Crime Commissioner says he'll fight to make sure officer numbers aren't cut any further. The force is already facing a reduction in head count of around to around 2,800 over the next two years, and there are fears budgets may be tightened again.

Tomorrow marks the first anniversary of Tony Hogg taking office and he's told us that he's got an important role in not just holding senior officers to account, but also ensuring the force is able to do the job it's supposed to do. Richard Lawrence reports.

PCC vows to fight to keep current staffing

The police and crime commissioner for Devon and Cornwall, Tony Hogg, says he'll lobby for more funds to try to reduce the £24million set to be cut from council budgets in 2017.

Mr.Hogg has just completed his first year in office in the new role.

The police and crime commissioner for Devon and Cornwall, Tony Hogg Credit: ITV News West Country

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