One year on, are Police and Crime Commissioners delivering on human rights?

On 15 November, we mark the anniversary of the election of England’s first Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) – members of the public elected to oversee local policing and hold Chief Constables to account. A vital part of our human rights safety net, the police have significant potential to protect or harm our rights to justice, equality and fairness, whether we are the victim of crime or accused of a crime. One year on, we asked PCCs to tell us what they have done to protect human rights for everyone.

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