Philip Seccombe is the Police and Crime Commissioner for Warwickshire, having been first elected in May 2016.
He established and ran his own Chartered Surveying business in South Warwickshire since 1988 and has been a District Councillor in Stratford for 13 years. He served in the Territorial Army for 25 years, reaching the rank of Colonel, and is currently Chairman of the West Midlands Reserve Forces and Cadets Association.
With only a few months to go, Philip is well qualified to stand for this important position and he will be listening to all the communities in the County in the run up to May.
His 3 priorities are to :-
- Make Warwickshire a safer place to live and work
- Ensure that the Police have the resources to catch criminals and bring them to justice
- Protect the vulnerable in our society from crime
Philip says “that we have the opportunity to bring Conservative values of fairness, integrity and value for money to this important and influential job”.