Newly elected PCC Emma Wools takes oath of office

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Newly elected PCC Emma Wools takes oath of office

Newly elected Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales Emma Wools signed the oath of office today at Police Headquarters, Bridgend.

In taking the oath, Emma promises to act with integrity, give the public a voice, be transparent and be accountable to the public.

She swore the oath in the presence of Chief Executive of Neath and Port Talbot and Police Area Returning Officer for the South Wales elections, Karen Jones.

Emma was elected by communities across South Wales last week. The announcement was made at the Neath Sports Centre on Friday, 3 May.

PCC Emma Wools takes oath of office

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