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The next Police and Crime Commissioner elections will take place in May, 2024.

APCC election video

You can find further information about Police and Crime Commissioner elections, including who can vote, and how, on The Electoral Commission website.

For Candidates

The point of contact for candidates in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is Chief Executive and Monitoring Officer Lee Jones (, who will be able to provide informal briefings to candidates on the role and responsibilities of the PCC.

The Police Area Returns Officer for the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner election is Chief Executive of Neath Port Talbot Council, Karen Jones.

Further information:

South Wales Police and Crime Panel: Police and Crime Panel: Agendas, Meetings and Minutes

To read about the roles and responsibilities of a PCC visit the Home Office website.

To read more about election guidance for PCC candidates and their agents, including qualifications for standing as a candidate, visit the Electoral Commission website.


Other useful links:

 South Wales Police

Association of Police and Crime Commissioners


More information will be added to this page when it is available.

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