With a force area covering 762 square miles, serving 525,000 people, find out who is standing to serve as Police & Crime Commissioner in Warwickshire, and could eventually be in charge of annual budget of approximately £92 million.
Nicola Siân Davies - Liberal Democrat Candidate - Warwickshire PCC
Nicola is a County Councillor and has been a member of the Warwickshire Police and Crime panel for the past three years. She has run her own business for the past five years and lives in Leamington Spa.
Rob Harris - UKIP Candidate - Warwickshire PCC
Rob Harris is standing to become Police & Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire.
Julie Anne Jackson - Labour Candidate - Warwickshire PCC
Julie Anne Jackson has been a Warwickshire County Councillor for Labour since 2009, representing the Wem Brook Ward. She has also previously been a councillor for Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council.
Philip Seccombe - Conservative Candidate - Warwickshire PCC
Philip is a Chartered Surveyor who founded and has run his own business since 1988. He has been a District Councillor for 14 years and served in the Territorial Army for 25 years.
Ben Twomey - Independent Candidate - Warwickshire PCC
At 22, Ben Twomey is the youngest candidate standing in any of the PCC Elections across the 41 forces in England and Wales. After graduating from the University of York with a degree in History & Politics, he worked under Warwickshire PCC Ron Ball as a support officer for just over a year. While at University he also worked for 4 months in the office of Durham’s PCC.
David Whitehouse - Independent Candidate - Warwickshire PCC
David Whitehouse previously had a 35 year career with Warwickshire Police, joining as a constable and retiring as chief superintendent in 2007. Over the next 4 years he was head of the Community Safety department, leaving in 2011.