I have raised my family in Letchworth Garden City for the last 21 years and have worked across the county and in London. I worked at one time for the Hemel Hempstead MP Tony McWalter.

At this election, a vote for Labour is one that will keep us safe online, in our homes and on our streets.

We are working with community groups across the county. Our top three priorities are as follows:

  • We will appoint a new commissioner for anti-social behaviour who will use a power called the community trigger to make the police, councils and other agencies work together to resolve problems not just pass them on.
  • We will make tackling the supply of drugs to school age children our highest priority, both in disrupting supply and dismantling networks. We recognise that children are the victims here.
  • We will ensure that cyber-crime isn’t a specialist crime by training all officers to respond to it and to tackle fraud. We will show young people that we understand the nature of harassment and crime on-line and in social media.

Our fresh model of community and neighbourhood policing will focus on both crime and safety. Our comprehensive manifesto is designed to deliver a safe and secure Hertfordshire for us all.

Philip Ross
Labour and Co-operative Party candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire

Labour candidate for PCC Philip Ross with Mandi Tattershall in Nash Mills
Labour candidate for PCC Philip Ross with Mandi Tattershall in Nash Mills
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