Cornwall Matters

Update - 26 April, 2016

On Monday, Lunchtime with Lawrence Reed broadcast the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) hustings that were held at Kingsley Village.

If you missed the debate, you can listen to what the PPC candidates including Alison Hernandez had to say:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03qd58v

You can also find out more about Alison Hernandez by using the following link:

https://www.choosemypcc.org.uk/…/devon-co…/alison-hernandez/  

 
Monday 18 April, 2016

Cornwall Matters is being delivered to 35,000 homes across Truro & Falmouth this week. Read your copy and find out more about Alison Hernandez our Police and Crime Commissioner candidate. On May 5th we all have the chance to vote for our new Police & Crime Commissioner. The PCC controls a £279.5 million budget in Devon & Cornwall and sets the policing priorities for our area.

It's almost a year since the General Election, so in Cornwall Matters I am reporting back to you on progress made on the plans I was elected to deliver for Truro & Falmouth. 

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