Community and Voluntary Organisation PCC Pledges and Manifestos

Banardos (@barnardos) transforms the lives of vulnerable children across the UK through the work of its projects, campaigning and research expertise. They are running the Cut Them Free campaign to coincide with the PCC elections – asking PCC Candidates to commit to “support Barnardo’s campaign to cut children free from sexual exploitation and if elected take the necessary steps to tackle this abuse within their local Police and Crime Plan”… Click here to see which PCC’s have signed…

The Howard League for Penal Reform is running the U R Boss Project (@U_R_Boss). The Howard League for Penal Reform is a charity that campaigns for less crime, safer communities and fewer people in prison. They aim to change the criminal justice system, stop children and young people going into custody and to make sure they get the help and support they need. They are asking PCC Candidates to pledge to: “run a clean campaign, which avoids stereotyping or using negative language about young people and, if elected, consult young people when developing their police and crime plan, especially those with direct experience of the criminal justice system.” Click here to see which PCC’s have signed…

Victim Support (@VictimSupport) is an independent national charity for victims and witnesses of crime across England and Wales. They have a five pledge campaign aimed at the PCC elections and have been organising public debates to help voters engage in the selection process. Click here to see which PCC’s have signed…

ENGAGE (@iEngageuks) is dedicated to promoting greater media awareness, political participation and civic engagement amongst British Muslims. ENGAGE have developed a PCC Manifesto which they believe deals with the most urgent priorities in policing affecting British Muslims. They are working with grassroots communities and Muslim organisations to urge all PCC candidates to pledge their support for our key campaign issues. Click here to see which PCC’s have signed…

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