If Devon and Cornwall police merge with Dorset, who would make the best Police and Crime Commissioner?

Martyn Underhill is the police and crime commissioner for the Dorset Police force area.

Martyn is a retired Detective Chief Inspector who served with both the Metropolitan and Sussex Police forces. He is representing and working closely with the people of Dorset to further improve policing and community safety.”

https://www.police.uk/dorset/pcc/

The same site contains no personal information about Devon and Cornwall PCC Alison Hernandez, a career Tory local politician, but the Devon site says:

“Prior to my election I predominantly worked in public service except for a four year stint running my own management consultancy, working internationally helping companies with business improvement, particularly in the housing and transport industry.

Prior to my election I predominantly worked in public service except for a four year stint running my own management consultancy, working internationally helping companies with business improvement, particularly in the housing and transport industry.”

It then goes on to talk about how wonderful she was as a Torbay councillor and lists her hobbies as Netflix and sleeping.

http://www.devonandcornwall-pcc.gov.uk/about-us/the-police-and-crime-commissioner/about-the-pcc/

One thought on “If Devon and Cornwall police merge with Dorset, who would make the best Police and Crime Commissioner?

  1. The two were interviewed recently with Hernandez indecisive and standing out for all the wrong reasons. Selfish then political follwed by a need for power. Public service not really one of her concerns. Oh, and totally inept.

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