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Police and Crime Commissioner elections

The next Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election will take place on Thursday 6 May 2021. 

A Police and Crime Commissioner is responsible for making sure the police deliver an efficient and effective service in the area they are elected to represent.  The current Police and Crime Commissioner is Lord Willy Bach (Labour).  

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  1. Election notices
  2. Registering to vote
  3. Postal and postal proxy voting
  4. Proxy voting
  5. Candidate details
  6. Poll cards
  7. Polling stations

Election notices

Notice of Election

Public Notice - Candidate's Election Addresses

Statement of Persons Nominated

Notice of Poll

Situation of Polling Stations

Notice of Election Agents

Registering to vote

 

To be able to vote in the 6 May 2021 election, you must register by midnight on Monday 19 April 2021: 

Register to vote

Moved house? You'll need to register to vote at your new address - even if you've moved within Rutland

Postal and postal proxy voting

To vote in the 6 May 2021 election by postal vote, we must receive your application by 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021.

You need to apply for and appoint your proxy before they can apply to vote by post.

Your postal proxy must then register to vote by post before the 20 April deadline, so make sure you allow enough time for this - download application form for proxy to vote by post

If we receive your application before 5pm on 8 April 2021, we will send your postal vote on 16 April 2021.

If we receive your application after 5pm on 8 April 2021, we will send your postal vote on 26 April 2021.

From 29 April 2021, contact us if your postal vote:

  • is lost
  • is damaged - you'll need to return this and bring proof of your identity when you collect the replacement
  • has been stolen
  • has not arrived

To cancel your postal vote, you must contact us by 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021, or you will not be able to vote at your polling station.

The Royal Mail have requested we make you aware that there are priority Post Boxes having later collection times.  Originally introduced to help with the collection and onward delivery of Covid Test Kits, they are also available to Elections which are also classed as priority mail.  Many have collection times between 15:00 and 17:00 on both Saturday and Sunday.  You can find further details on the Royal Mail website at this link www.royalmail.com/priority-postboxes which will tell you where you can find a priority box in your area. 

Find out more about postal votes

Download a postal vote application form

Proxy voting

To vote in the 6 May 2021 election by proxy vote, we must receive your application by 5pm on Tuesday 27 April 2021. 

To change or cancel your proxy vote must do so by 5pm on Tuesday 20 April 2021 or they will not be able to vote at a polling station.   

Download a proxy vote application form 

Candidate details

When the full list of candidates is known, you can find their manifestos on the national candidates' website.

Poll cards

If you register to vote before 5 February 2021, we will send your poll card on or around 25 March 2021.

If you register to vote after 5 February 2021, we will send your poll card on or around 26 April.

Polling stations

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