RUPERT MATTHEWS ELECTED AS LEICESTERSHIRE’S NEXT POLICE AND CRIME COMMISSIONER
Rupert Matthews has been elected as Leicestershire’s new Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
Speaking after the declaration Rupert Matthews said: “I am honoured to have been elected to serve the people of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland as their Police and Crime Commissioner. I look forward to implementing my manifesto to improve policing, crime prevention and related services over the years to come.”
Please note that Mr Matthews manifesto is available here: https://www.rupertmatthews.org.uk/manifesto
The new Commissioner will take up the role officially on 13 May 2021 and will serve a three-year term until 2024 due to the year-long postponement of the 2020 election as a result of Covid-19.
About Rupert Matthews
Before his election, Rupert Matthews was working as a historian and has written over 150 published books as well as numerous magazine and newspaper articles in addition to acting as a consultant to television and film production companies. Full details of his work are available on https://rupertmatthews.com/
Rupert served as a councillor for eight years and represented the East Midlands in the European Parliament for two years.
Posted on Saturday 8th May 2021