Here is a list of the questions we get asked a lot. You may find the answer to what you want to know here. If not, please contact us.
What does PCC stand for?
Police and Crime Commissioner
What does a PCC do?
Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) will ensure the policing needs of their communities are met as effectively as possible, bringing communities closer to the police, building confidence in the system and restoring trust.
PCCs will make and influence key decisions that will impact on how your local area looks and feels - from CCTV, street lighting and graffiti to tackling gangs and drug-dealing.
Their job is to listen to the public and then respond to their needs, bringing more of a public voice to policing and giving the public a name and a face to complain to if they aren't satisfied.
When did the role of the PCC start?
22nd November 2012
How much is the PCC paid?
In Lincolnshire, £65,000. This is different in other areas of the Country.
Who is the PCC for Lincolnshire?
What area does the PCC cover?
Lincolnshire. There is a different PCC covering North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire.
Where is the PCC based?
Police Headquarters at Nettleham, near Lincoln.
How can I get in touch with the PCC?
You can write, phone or email. Full details are on the Contact Us section.
Can I report a crime to the PCC or his office?
No. You need to contact the Police. In an emergency use 999. For non emergency situations, please call 101.
How long will this PCC be in post? When is the next election?
The term is four years. The next election is in May 2020.
How do I make a complaint about the PCC, Chief Constable or other officer?
Please see the complaints section of this website.