Police commissioner: Dyfed-Powys candidates face challenges

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The first elections for Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) will take place on 15 November 2012 in 41 police forces across England and Wales.

For the first time we can vote for a commissioner to oversee the way the police work.

We look at the challenges facing those who want to become commissioners.

Abigail Neal reports from Dyfed-Powys, the only area in Wales where voters are faced with a straight choice between candidates backed by Labour and the Conservatives.

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