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Police Hour Launches Police & Crime Commissioner elections #PPC2016 coverage

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police Hour is today announcing we are launching our coverage of the #PPC2016 election coverage.

Most of those taking part in the upcoming May 5th 2016 election have announced they will be taking part.

Police Hour aim of the coverage is to bring light to the elections that almost went unnoticed back in November 15th 2012. 

Those that were aware had no idea what they were voted for with millions deciding not to turn out and vote for one of the most single important changes to policing.

Please feel free to use our hashtag #PCC2016 to add your voice and views to the Police & Crime Commissioner elections 2016.

If you are standing for Police & Crime Commissioner and would like to be included in our coverage please contact our newsroom.

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