Labour’s Paul Richards aims for top cop job

‘I’ll transform policing in Sussex’ – that’s the message from the Labour & Co-op candidate for police and crime commissioner (PCC) Paul Richards.

Mr Richards, 56, is a local father-of-two and a community activist and campaigner. He came second in 2021’s elections for PCC and this time he aims to win. Paul is calling for more police patrols in neighbourhoods to crack down on shoplifting and anti-social behaviour, more support for victims and witnesses, and more services for young people like boxing clubs.

The election on Thursday 2 May 2024 – put the date in your diary and get ready to vote for change.