“No hiding place for criminals” says Humberside PCC candidate
|September 27, 2012||Filled under Campaigns, Debate, Humber PCC elections, Politics, Withernwick|
MATTHEW GROVE the Conservative candidate standing for election to become the first Humberside Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) has said “I have one priority – to cut crime.”
In his statement published on HU12 Online the candidate, who lives in Withernwick in Holderness, says: “I will challenge head on the cycle of re-offending, supporting tougher community sentences so justice is seen to be done… I want to ensure that there is no hiding place for criminals.”
Matthew Grove comments on the issue of politics in policing: “This post is not about politics, I am not a professional politician wishing to play on the national stage.” He says he will be: “…a strong, local, independent-minded voice serving all residents”
You can read the full statement by Matthew Grove on the candidate’s page on HU12 Online: Mathew Grove
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