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Keith Hunter

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Keith Hunter was the Labour and Co-operative Party candidate in Humberside Police in the Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside Police. Our volunteers have been adding information on Keith Hunter - here's everything we know so far!

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Keith Hunter is a British politician and former police officer, who is the current Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, representing the Labour Party. He was elected to the post on 5 May 2016, succeeding the previous incumbent, Matthew Grove. Hunter spent thirty years with Humberside Police, rising to the rank of Chief Superintendent, where he was divisional commander at Kingston upon Hull. He retired in 2011, but caused controversy prior to his departure after a series of interviews he gave to the Hull Daily Mail in which he was critical of government budget cuts to the police, describing them as the "perfect storm" for rising crime. He sought the Labour candidacy at the 2012 police and crime commissioner elections, but was defeated by former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott.

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  • 2016: The Police and Crime Commissioner Elections 2016, as the Labour and Co-operative Party candidate for the Humberside Police

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