David Munro

David was elected as the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner on 5th May 2016

David is a long-standing Surrey resident and local councillor from Farnham. After a career in the Army (Royal Engineers) he moved to the Farnham area in 1987 and worked in computer marketing and then as an independent business advice consultant. First elected to Waverley Borough Council in 1995 and then representing Farnham South at County Hall since 1997, he has fought 11 local elections as a Conservative, filling a wide range of senior elected posts at county and borough, culminating in a two-year spell as Chairman of the County Council ending this May.

Heavily involved in local and county affairs, he is a long-standing school governor, member of youth support groups and national charities.

At a hustings for Surrey Conservative members held at East Horsley Community Centre on Friday 30 October, David Munro was formally selected as the Conservative candidate for next year’s Police and Crime Commissioner election on 5 May 2016. David is bidding to replace Kevin Hurley, the current PCC, and to serve for four years thereafter.

Click on the attatchement below to view David's manifesto and InTouches.

Contact details:

Tel: 07493 200398

email: david4surrey@gmail.com

website www.david4surrey.org.uk

Twitter: @DavidJMunro

 

Campaigning in Ashford North with Cllr Colin Davis, the Conservative Candidate in the Spelthorne Borough Council by-election for Ashford North and Stanwell South, John Boughtflower, Cllr Sinead Mooney and David himself

Attachments

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David Munro PCC Manifesto 4.65 MB
David Munro InTouch Dec 2015 3.22 MB

News

Anti-social behaviour crackdown refined

Overview and Scrutiny Committee meet to review the work of Community Safety and Joint Enforcement Teams

Spelthorne Council's Overview and Scrutiny Committee met on 19 September to review the work of the Council's Community Safety and Joint Enforcement Teams.

David Munro Elected as Surrey PCC

David Munro was elected as Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner with a majority of 42,441 after the 2nd round - Reigate & Bansted Borough Council 6/5/2016