Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner candidates under the spotlight in Bath
Candidates in the Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner election will be under the sportlight at a PCC "Question Time" in Bath this week.
The candidates will face tough questions at an event arranged by Victim Support at the Pump Rooms in Bath from 6-8pm on Wednesday October 31.
PCC Candidates' Question Time will give you the chance to have your say and discover what the candidates are going to do to tackle crime in Bath.
The candidates are independent Sue Mountstevens, 57, a Bristol magistrate and former member of the current police authority.
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Conservative Ken Maddocks, 68, was the leader of Somerset County Council and a Mendip district councillor.
Police constable and Royal Military Police officer Pete Levy, 51, is a Lib Dem Bristol city councillor.
The Labour party candidate is John Savage, 67, chairman of an NHS hospital trust and executive chairman of Bristol Chamber of Commerce and Initiative.
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