3 reasons why I’ll be voting for Laetisia Carter in the Police and Crime Commissioner Elections Today

1) To make sure money is spent where it is most needed. Under our Tory Police and Crime Commissioner there has been a massive transfer of funding from Crime and Safety Partnerships in urban areas (where crime is highest) to rural areas (where it is lowest). Some people on the left say they won’t vote Read more about 3 reasons why I’ll be voting for Laetisia Carter in the Police and Crime Commissioner Elections Today[…]

A year on from Thames Valley’s election of Anthony Stansfeld

A year ago Anthony Stansfeld was elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley. How’s he done? I think these are the 5 key questions to ask: Has he cut crime? Not so far. This question really breaks down into two parts: 1) Has crime fallen or risen? 2) Is that because of his Read more about A year on from Thames Valley’s election of Anthony Stansfeld[…]

From Justice to McJustice

This week you can read an article on the changes to legal aid on the Progress site From Justice to McJustice by Tim Starkey, 2012’s Labour candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner in Thames Valley. He also talked to the Bucks Free Press about the Conservative Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld’s plans “Mr Starkey Read more about From Justice to McJustice[…]

Tim Starkey is the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner candidate

Tim Starkey has been selected as the Labour Party candidate for the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner election. The vote will take place on 15th November 2012. You can follow Tim on twitter @timlabour and as soon as his website is up to date we will link to it. Here are some links about Read more about Tim Starkey is the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner candidate[…]