Elections for Suffolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner take place every four years. The last election was due to take place on 7 May 2020 but was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The next election is now due to take place on 6 May 2021, the same day as Suffolk County Council elections.

Current advice from the Government is there is a “strong expectation” that local elections will go ahead as planned on the 6 May 2021, but this may be subject to change depending on circumstances. To ensure that you can vote as safely as possible, the Labour Party strongly urges you to apply for a postal vote.

19/11/2020: Elizabeth Hughes has been selected as the PCC candidate for Suffolk.


Make sure you're registered to vote

It's your democratic right to vote in elections. Don't lose it. Registering to vote is easy and takes about five minutes. You can also apply for a postal vote so you can vote when it's convenient for you. We'll show you how.

Labour is working for you in Suffolk

Labour councillors and party members are working hard to fight for fairness, justice and equality across Suffolk in the face of an unprecedented attack on public services by the Tories. Find out what Labour has been doing in your community.

Leaflets, graphics, and other election material.

All of the election material for Labour's candidate in the election for Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner will be available online as it is published. Download it here.

This page was last updated on Fri 15 Jan 2021
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