Joy Allen has been re-elected as Durham Police and Crime Commissioner for County Durham and Darlington.

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May 3, 2024

Joy Allen has been re-elected as Durham Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).

Speaking after the declaration Joy Allen said: “Local people have placed their trust in me and I will repay that trust by redoubling my efforts to prevent crime and ASB, tackle the alcohol and drug issues that underpin so much crime and so many accidents.  I am determined to continue the work to make our roads safer for all road users.  I assure everyone, whether they voted for me or not, that I am determined our residents and businesses will receive a quality police service and that victims of crime receive first class support service, tailored to their needs.”

More information about Joy Allen and her plans for policing and community safety can be found on her personal website at https://www.joy4durhampcc.com/about/

The Commissioner’s new term of Office commences on 9 May 2024 and she will serve a four-year term until May 2028.

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