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Alun Michael

Alun Michael was the Labour and Co-operative Party candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales.

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Alun Michael's policies

Statement to voters

I’m determined to make South Wales the best place to live and work, having demonstrated the commitment and leadership to ensure that the South Wales has the best possible police service while preventing crime and harm wherever possible.

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Ours is one of the best performing police services in England and Wales – despite significant cuts to the Police Grant by successive Conservative Governments in Westminster.

I’ve protected neighbourhood policing – making the most of the additional PCSOs funded by our Welsh Labour Government – while leading innovation in tackling the causes of crime, such as substance misuse, childhood trauma and violence.

Domestic violence and abuse damages communities – so as well as supporting victims I’ve invested in challenging perpetrators through the Drive programme, which is cutting violence and damage within families.

I’ve built a strong team and ensured that our police have the resources they need. I’m determined to accelerate our prevention and early intervention work to deliver my Police and Crime Plan.

Cooperation is the golden thread – so I listen to people’s views, to ensure we are best delivering for our communities. Our officers and PCSOs have worked with people across South Wales through COVID-19, while I worked with Welsh Labour Ministers, Local Authorities and Voluntary Organisations – to maintain local policing while meeting increased demand.

I work hard to engage and meet the needs of all our diverse communities. I’m working with agencies across the Criminal Justice System to ensure offenders are brought to justice as quickly and effectively as possible.

I’m standing on my proven track record of delivery, my passion for preventing crime and to accelerate work with the strong leadership team I have built. I want every community in South Wales to be safe.

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Alun Michael's Elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2021 South Wales Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales Labour and Co-operative Party Elected (vote count not available) Position not available
2016 South Wales Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales Police Labour Party Elected (vote count not available) Position not available
2010 Cardiff South and Penarth: UK Parliamentary general election Labour Party 17,263 votes (elected) 1st / 9 candidates

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