Police and Crime Commissioner elections: where the Lib Dems are standing

Although the Liberal Democrats have been warming to fighting the Police and Crime Commissioner elections, estimates as to how many Liberal Democrat candidates there will be in the November contests vary hugely.

So here’s a first attempt from me to track the answer comprehensively, based primarily on the adverts which have so far appeared inviting people to apply for the selection in particular contests. As a result, the list will (so far) miss out some areas where the party has 100% decided to contest the election but an advert has not yet appeared. If you know of any others where the firm decision has been made, by all means let me know and I’ll update the list accordingly.

Avon & Somerset Constabulary – yes

Bedfordshire Police – yes

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Constabulary – yes

Cheshire Constabulary – yes

Cleveland Police

Cumbria Constabulary – yes

Derbyshire Constabulary

Devon and Cornwall Constabulary – yes

Dorset Police – yes

Durham Constabulary

Dyfed-Powys Police

Essex Police – yes

Gloucestershire Constabulary – yes

Greater Manchester Police – yes

Gwent Police

Hampshire Constabulary – yes

Hertfordshire Constabulary

Humberside Police – yes

Kent Police

Lancashire Constabulary – yes

Leicestershire Constabulary

Lincolnshire Police

Merseyside Police – yes

Norfolk Constabulary – yes

North Wales Police

North Yorkshire

Northamptonshire Police – yes

Northumbria Police

Nottinghamshire Police

South Wales Police

South Yorkshire Police – yes

Staffordshire Police

Suffolk Constabulary – no

Surrey Police – yes

Sussex Police – yes

Thames Valley Police – yes

Warwickshire Police

West Mercia Police

West Midlands Police – yes

West Yorkshire Police – yes

Wiltshire Constabulary

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