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About Alison Hernandez

Alison Hernandez was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly in May 2016.

Prior to her election, Alison mostly worked in public service and has also run a management consultancy, working internationally to help companies with business improvement, particularly in the housing and transport industry.

She also has a BSc Hons in Sociology from Kingston University and post-graduate studies in marketing.

Alison’s Police and Crime Plan was co-produced with the Chief Constable of Devon and Cornwall Police and sets out the strategic priorities for policing in Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for 2017-2020. It is the result of the biggest consultation into policing issues ever held in the area.

All PCCs should maintain high standards of conduct in public office and to find out more please visit the Oath of Office page on our website.

The PCC is paid a salary of £86,700 per year and this figure is set by the Home Secretary. You can find out more about what we spend on this website, under our role.

You can find out how to contact Alison, or her office on our contact us page.