Ron Ball was elected Warwickshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner in November 2012.
Hold the Chief Constable to account for the operation and performance of the police force.
Set the budget for Warwickshire Police and the precept (the charge to be paid by council tax payers).
Listen to the public, victims of crime and local communities, including the business community and report back to them.
Appoint and where necessary dismiss the Chief Constable.
Publish, review and update the Police and Crime Plan.
Work with local councils and other statutory and non-statutory agencies including for example, Victim Support.
Engaging with Community Safety Partnerships and Neighbourhood Watch to support reductions in crime.
Fulfil his statutory role to ensure the protection of the public and in particular the safeguarding of vulnerable children and adults.
Ensure that principles of equality and recognising diversity underpin all of this work.