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Claire Seymour

for Dorset Police & Crime Commissioner
6 May 2021

About Claire
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Meet Claire

“I believe that communities deserve the highest level of security, safety and service, and I am committed to providing just that. As your Green Party Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate, I’m here to listen to the needs of our communities and work with the Police and partner agencies to help bring about positive change.

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Tackling Abuse

To protect the most vulnerable, support victims, and take action to prevent and stand up against all forms of domestic abuse, sexual violence and hate crime.

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Prevention and Early Intervention

Commitment to family and community based work focusing on empowering communities and investment in targeted youth interventions.

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Strong Partnership Working

Working in partnership to make Dorset a place where individuals, families and communities are able to live safe from crime, disorder and harm.

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Qualified to do the job from Day 1

Why vote Claire?

Claire is a vote for positive change

Claire will bring a fresh perspective and a strong stance on issues that affect everyone. Her priority is to keep Dorset communities safe and her plan revolves around her eight pledges

Claire understands the police force

Claire served in the Police as a Police Special Constable for over 5 years alongside her full-time job. This gives her relevant operational experience of our local policing.

Claire works in communities

Claire is currently in a strategic leadership role at a Housing Association managing the Anti-Social Behaviour Service. Claire provides a voice for the under-represented and under-served and bring together public services to deal with the challenges that communities face every day. 

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Claire's pledges for the future of Dorset

Engaging to ensure wellbeing and protection of police officers, staff and police volunteers

A career embedded in keeping communities safe

Community focused 

Active participation and engagement with communities is an essential part of driving down crime and anti-social behaviour. Claire has worked for several years across the country in collaboration with partners to create Community Safety Plans to keep communities safe, and identify vulnerabilities.

Claire continues to work with partners across Dorset including the PCC Office, where she has fed into Home Office Reports on Drug Supply and County Lines. She has worked with the College of Policing to share practices of strong partnership work, and she understands its importance is vital to thriving communities.

Utilising frontline knowledge and skills


Every individual has the ability to motivate others and inspire true change.

Claire has taken a stand to utilise her knowledge and skills from policing on the front line, to studies in delivering sustainable public services, to current delivery of risk mitigation and assessment. She ensures a multi-agency response to major incidents and risks of high harm whilst managing tight financial restraints.

Strongly connected

National Conversations

Throughout her career Claire has built strong connections with commissioners, community safety specialists, legal advisers, the Home Office, local and national charities, statutory and non statutory agencies.

Claire has fed into developing Government policies on community safety issues, policing, safeguarding and risk mitigation directly improving Dorset communities bringing about affective change.

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Claire Seymour talks shop worker violence, fraud and more to South West Business Crime Centre



Momentous day as Domestic Abuse Bill due to get royal assent



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Claire Seymour talks to Hope FM on a busy day



Claire Seymour signs up to pledge on learning disability hate crime



Claire Seymour discusses sexual assaults and victim blaming in #CommsHero podcast




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