Extra 100 police officers for Devon and Cornwall

The £24m spending plan would mean more frontline officers Credit: ITV News West Country

An extra 100 front line police jobs are to be created in Devon and Cornwall - but the number of PCSOs will be cut. It would bring the number of uniformed offices to around 3,000 across the two counties.

The numbers are revealed in proposals announced by Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez under a £24m spending plan. But they depend on the police's part of the council tax rising by two per cent a year for the next three years.