The Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner candidates faced questions from an audience of 80 people last night (Monday).
David De Gale chaired the hustings, which took place at Stamford Town Hall, and said he was “astonished” at the turnout.
He added: “It went very well.”
The candidates who appeared were David Bowles (Campaign to Stop Politicians Running Policing), Richard Davies (Con), Paul Gleeson (Lab) and Alan Hardwick (Ind).
The elections take place on Thursday. The commissioners, one representing each police force, will replace police authorities and their job will be to ensure the force prioritises what matters most.