Voters head to the polls in Tunbridge Wells to elect first police and crime commissioners
By kentsussex | Thursday, November 15, 2012, 10:31
Voters are heading to the polls in Tunbridge Wells today to elect Kent's first ever police and crime commissioners.
Voters head to the polls in Tunbridge Wells to elect first police and crime commissioners (stock image by Flickr's comedy_nose)
The booths are open from 7am to 10pm and will see the new PCCs chosen - who will set spending plans and have the power to "hire and fire" chief constables.
The results are expected to be announced tomorrow (Friday), with elected PCCs assuming office from 22 November.
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