Michael Rosen is Labour’s candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC). This important election will take place on Thursday 6th May, alongside the Norwich City Council and Norfolk County Council local elections.
The PCC sets the county-wide strategy on policing and community safety. With Conservative PCC incumbent Lorne Green standing down at this election, we have a real opportunity to make a Labour gain and return a PCC who works with communities and ensures they have a strong voice in setting priorities. Norfolk deserves better.
Michael has been campaigning tirelessly alongside us at Norwich Labour phone banks and, when safe and legal to do so, in-person around the city. He has had thousands of conversations with Norfolk residents about the police and crime issues which matter most to them. We hope you will give Michael your first preference on 6th May.
You can read more about Michael and his priorities on this page.