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Mebyon Kernow’s candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Bunney has hit out at the announcement that the recent attempt to merge the “Devon and Cornwall” Constabulary with the Dorset force had cost a quarter of a million pounds.
Published: 28th January 2019
Mebyon Kernow’s candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner has hit out at the proposal to merge the “Devon and Cornwall” Police Force with that of Dorset, arguing “Cornwall’s police need good levels of funding, not further mergers”.
Published: 7th July 2018
Mebyon Kernow will be contesting the next election for the position of Police and Crime Commissioner for the “Devon and Cornwall” Constabulary.
Published: 26th June 2018
The leader of Mebyon Kernow has hit out at the proposal to merge the “Devon & Cornwall” and Dorset police forces, and challenged central government to properly fund policing in Cornwall.
Published: 15th September 2017
A prominent councillor from Clay Country has challenged Alison Hernandez, the Police and Crime Commissioner, to retain Police Community Support Officers in his area.
Published: 5th February 2017
Mebyon Kernow has hit out at “disastrous” central government cuts, after an internal staff briefing was leaked to the BBC showing that Devon and Cornwall Police could lose around 1,300 members of staff.
Published: 30th October 2015
Mebyon Kernow have called for urgent action from Central Government to protect vital front line emergency services following a spate of problems across South East Cornwall. Cllr Andrew Long, who represents Callington on Cornwall Council and is the PPC for South East Cornwall made the call following more problems with both Police and Ambulance cover across the South East over the festive period.
Published: 29th December 2014
Mebyon Kernow's Cornwall Councillor for Callington, and PPC for South East Cornwall, Cllr Andrew Long, has criticised the state of the non-urgent 101 call centre and has backed calls for the removal of the Crime Commissioner office and the return to local control.
Published: 21st October 2014
Conservatives claim its dishonest to say they will cut Police officers, but do exactly the opposite.
Published: 4th February 2013
The Liberal Democrats promised more Police on the street, but have forced cuts of 700 in front line Policing to the Devon and Cornwall Constabulary, many in Cornwall.
Published: 28th January 2013
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