Duration: 30 minutes
Nicky Campbell investigates the biggest shake-up in policing for more than half a century. For the first time, voters will elect a Police and Crime Commissioner to lead their local force. With a week to go to the elections, victims of crime, police and experts debate the real issues behind this historic change. In Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, Peter Levy asks if having elected Police Commissioners will help in the fight against rural crime.
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