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Avon and Somerset PCC profile: Dr John Savage (Labour)

By Western Daily Press  |  Posted: November 14, 2012

Dr John Savage

Dr John Savage (Labour)

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Dr John Savage (Labour) - election statement

I believe the British police service is the best in the world. It stands, together with our education and health services, as an essential part of a civilised society. As your Police and Crime Commissioner my first priority would always be to ensure that you can live in safety and that your homes and possessions are protected.

My priorities will be:

I will work tirelessly for a closer relationship between the needs and desires of the public and the work of the police.

Oppose any further reductions of front-line policing and fight for a fairer allocation of funds.

Build on the success of neighbourhood policing and ensure victims of crime have a voice at the heart of policing.

Develop a long-term, strategic vision for policing in Avon and Somerset that meets the needs of the public throughout the forces area.

I have over 40 years of business experience working in senior roles in the public and private sectors and have held responsibility for annual budgets in excess of £1 billion. I have a track record of success in delivering change and improvement in large organisations including the Learning and Skills Council, the Regional Development Agency and, latterly, as Chairman of University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust.

These are difficult times. More is expected of our police while budgets are cut. There are no easy answers but I will ensure the police service prioritises neighbourhood policing over privatisation and that the service really listens to the public it serves.

Given my commitment to the service and the experience to be able to make a difference I believe I am the right person for this important role. It will be an honour to have your support.

Prepared by Kelvin Blake at 4 Emery Road, Bristol, BS4 5PF

Website: www.johnsavage-pccavonandsomerset.org

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