Lincs: County councillor has been chosen to represent in next year’s Police Commissioner Election

A Lincs County Councillor has been chosen to contest next year’s Police and Crime Commissioner Election in Lincolnshire for the Conservatives.

By The Newsroom
Monday, 12th October 2015, 2:36 pm
Marc Jones
Marc Jones

Marc Jones, 43, from Lincoln, was selected by party members from across Lincolnshire.

He currently represents Bracebridge Division in Lincoln on Lincs County Council and is Executive Member for Finance and Property.

Mr Jones has also previously been Deputy Leader of the City of Lincoln Council.

Marc said: “It is a great privilege to be chosen by county residents as the Conservative candidate for next year’s Police and Crime Commissioner Election.

“As the father of a little girl it is so important to me that we have the safest streets possible here in Lincolnshire and a police force which is the envy of the country.

“My priorities will be boosting both neighbourhood and rural policing as well as working with our hardworking officers to ensure victims of crime are at the forefront of everything we do.

“I will also be a Police and Crime Commissioner who will work in a positive way with our Government and MPs to get the best funding deal for Lincolnshire Police.”