THE Conservative Party has revealed its candidate for the role of police and crime commissioner for Hertfordshire.
Their chosen man, who was picked out following a series of US-style ‘open primaries’, is David Lloyd, a county councillor and the current chairman of Hertfordshire Police Authority.
He will face candidates from the other political parties, and potentially members of the public, at the election for the job in November.
Th3e position will include a salary of between £60,000 and £70,000.
Cllr Lloyd told the WHT: “I’m delighted and hope that the electorate will endorse my selection in November.
“This is an important new role which puts the general public at the heart of policing and crime reduction and brings many different agencies together.”
He added: “I can hardly wait to get on with the job.”