Paul Davison for PCC
Who is Paul Davison

© 2012 Paul Davison for PCC


Paul Davison says

"I am a passionate person who is passionate about life and policing.

Every day is an opportunity to make a difference, to think positively,
to think differently, and to be inspired to be a better person than yesterday."



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Paul Davison for Police & Crime Commissioner



Website update Monday 19th November 2012

Thank you to the 28,807 people that gave me their first choice on the ballot paper.

Thank you to everybody that helped me with my campaign.

The selfless work and effort people put in for me was very humbling and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

The full results are here.

Photos from the count day 16th November here.


Hello I am Paul Davison and I'm standing for Police and Crime Commissioner for Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, North East and North Lincolnshire (Humberside Police).

I retired this year after 30 years with Humberside Police as a Chief Superintendent in charge of policing the East Riding. I was privileged and proud to have had the opportunity to do so and it gave me a solid understanding of what local communities want from the police.

I had a brilliant career serving the public of Humberside, which included many years spent investigating serious crime and high profile murder cases.

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"I'm looking forward to meeting you, to speaking to you and to hearing your views about Policing at Public Meetings all over the region please take a look at the News and Events page to see when I'm in your community."

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