The Police and Crime Commissioner election will take place on Thursday 6 May 2021 following this election timetable.
Notices for these Police and Crime Commissioner elections will be published on the Exeter City Council website.
Candidates and agents
To be a candidate at the Police and Crime Commissioner elections, please contact the Elections team at Exeter City Council. The team will be leading these elections for the Devon and Cornwall Police area.
Please go to the website of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall for information on the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner.
Further information will also appear on the choosemypcc website during the elections.
Are you registered to vote?
The electoral register, also known as the electoral roll, is a list of everyone who is entitled to vote.
You must be on the register to be able to vote at an election. Are you registered?
To vote in these elections, anyone who has never registered or has recently moved must have registered by Monday 19 April.
People must re-register if they’ve changed address, name or nationality.
If you are already registered you do not need to apply again unless your circumstances have recently changed.
To register to vote, please go to our Register to vote page.
Further information about registering to vote can be found on the Electoral Commission website.
There is also a step-by-step easy read guide to registering to vote online.
Different ways to vote
You can vote in an election in different ways:
- In person
- By post
- By proxy - you can appoint someone else to vote for you.
There is more information on our different ways to vote page.