Police and Crime Commissioner elections

Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections are held every four years. The Police and Crime Commissioner  is responsible for the police budget, holding the Chief Constable to account, voicing the concerns of the public and the overall goal of reducing crime.

You can find out more about the work of the Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner.

Who am I voting for?

Cheltenham is one of six authorities which votes for the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Gloucestershire police area.

How are the votes counted?

The supplementary voting system is used for PCC elections.