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Information for electors voting in the General Election 2024.

A UK parliamentary election has been called for 4 July 2024. Register to vote by midnight on 18 June 2024: GOV.UK: Register to vote. (opens new window) You can also vote by post: GOV.UK: apply to vote by post (opens new window). The deadline to apply is 5pm on 19 June 2024 or apply to vote by proxy by 5pm on 26 June 2024: GOV.UK: Apply to vote by proxy (opens new window)

 

Overseas electors may consider applying to vote by proxy. For more information see the General Election 2024 page.

Wiltshire Police and Crime Panel

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The Panel welcomes engagement from the public and local stakeholders.

The Panel holds public meetings at least four times a year at locations across the county. Browse meetings, Wiltshire Police and Crime Panel (cms.wiltshire.gov.uk) (opens new window). The contact details of the Democratic Services Officer can be found by clicking on the individual meeting links. Copies of recent quarterly reports by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner about the progress made towards his Crime Plan are available through Wiltshire and Swindon PCC: Performance and oversight (opens new window)

The Panel welcomes engagement from the public and local stakeholders. Members of the public area able to put questions to the Panel in relation to its responsibilities and functions at every meeting. Questions must be put in writing to the Democratic Services Officer no later than four clear working days before the meeting, to allow a response to be formulated, and are limited to a maximum of two per person / organisation. The questioner is able to ask one supplementary question after receiving a response. It is also possible to make a statement to the Panel lasting up to three minutes. The public area able to register with the Democratic Services Officer to make a statement up to 10 minutes before the start of the meeting. Ways to improve its public engagement are being considered by the Panel and, as such, the Panel has introduced a standing communications item on its agenda.

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