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Christopher David Carubia

Christopher David Carubia was a Liberal Democrats candidate in Ellesmere Port and Bromborough constituency in the UK Parliamentary general election.

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Statement to voters

Under the banner of ‘More Feet On The Street’ Wirral councillor and campaigner Chris Carubia is the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Police & Crime Commissioner election in Merseyside.

Full statement

A substantial candidate with extensive experience working in business at senior management levels, and as a councillor in Wirral for ten years, Chris understands the need for our local police to work within our communities to protect our local neighbourhoods.

“We need first and foremost to restore proper community policing. We need to have police officers visible, trusted, and approachable allowing the wider force to focus on the more serious crimes.”

It is vital that we build a well-rounded approach for local policing to both care for victims and reduce repeat offences. Recognising the pressing issues of violent crime, such as gun and knife crime, violence against women and domestic abuse.

Chris vows to also prioritise these critical areas. Drawing on years of experience and a deep understanding of local dynamics, he will work tirelessly to implement targeted strategies to address these specific challenges head-on. With a focus on prevention, Chris aims to reduce crime at its roots, investing in community initiatives, youth programs, and early intervention strategies.

“We need a multi-agency approach, and by working with social services, health workers and schools, the police can become more proactive in tackling antisocial behaviour at its source. We can also reduce reoffending by working closely with the Prison Service to improve rehabilitation and strengthen supervision of offenders in the community.”

A winning vote for Chris Carubia will give policing in Merseyside the leadership and change our residents deserve.

This election address has been prepared by Patrick Moloney of 24 Whitcroft Road, Liverpool L6 8NJ, acting as the agent for Christopher David Carubia Liberal Democrats.

This statement was last updated on April 19, 2024.

This statement was added by Christopher David Carubia, their team, or by a Democracy Club volunteer, based on information published by the candidate elsewhere.

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Christopher David Carubia's elections

Date Election Party Results Position
2024 Ellesmere Port and Bromborough: UK Parliamentary general election Liberal Democrats (Results due after 04 July 2024) Position not available
2024 Merseyside Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside Liberal Democrats 28,093 votes (not elected) 4th / 4 candidates
2023 Eastham: Wirral local election Liberal Democrats 2,231 votes (elected) 2nd / 13 candidates
2022 Eastham: Wirral local election Liberal Democrats 2,201 votes (elected) 1st / 4 candidates
2019 Wirral South: UK Parliamentary general election Liberal Democrats 2,917 votes (not elected) 3rd / 5 candidates
2018 Eastham: Wirral local election Liberal Democrats 2,083 votes (elected) 1st / 4 candidates
2017 Wirral South: UK Parliamentary general election Liberal Democrats 1,322 votes (not elected) 3rd / 4 candidates
2016 Merseyside Police: Police and Crime Commissioner for Merseyside Police Liberal Democrats We do not collect voting data for Supplementary Vote elections. Position not available
Please note our local elections database only goes back to 2016.

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