Five candidates are fighting for the position of Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner (PCC), which goes to the public vote on May 6.
The PCC oversees the strategy and finances of the police force, and hires and fires chief constables, who are responsible for the daily policing operations.
Here are the people who are campaigning for your vote…
Rosanne Kirk, Labour and Co-operative Party
The Labour and Co-operative Party candidate in the Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner (PCC) election is promising to take a £25,000 annual pay cut and put the money into frontline policing.
Rosanne Kirk, 51, said: “I would scrap the unelected deputy PCC role to save £72,000 over four years to help tackle rural crime.
“I promise to never take from the people of Lincolnshire.
“So, in solidarity, I am announcing, if elected, that on the first day in office I shall cut my wage by £25,000 a year from £65,000 to £40,000, putting £100,000 directly into frontline policing over my four-year term.
“The incumbent PCC Marc Jones…