Born and raised in the West Hull’s villages, having 12 years’ experience working in Front-Line Policing, Craig William Ulliott has an exceptional sense of community spirit and a sound understanding of the importance in protecting the public and their property.
A former Councillor and Mayor of Barton upon Humber, above all, Craig believes in helping all members of the community, especially victims of any crime, and has an ambitious programme focused on improving local policing.
Determination, hard work, honesty and integrity are at the centre of his vision. Craig’s zero-tolerance approach to drugs and violent crimes is at the forefront of his plan, whilst focus on Neighbourhood Policing
‘My goal is to serve people within the Humberside Police area by making sure the police force is building strong relationships and delivering safety and protection to the public, businesses and charities, whilst reducing crime by implementing an innovative and efficient approach to the prevention of crime’
Craig’s priority as a Police and Crime Commissioner Candidate for the Humberside Police area is to put public safety and neighbourhood policing at the very heart of the Force's objectives, focusing on real Neighbourhood Policing, which will have a profound effect across the Humberside Police area. One of the primary roles of the Police and Crime Commissioner is to be the public's voice, ensuring that everyone is putting the communities they represent front and centre of their work.
Craig has worked extensively in all four corners of the area, discerning that sense of community, hard work, supporting the vulnerable and respect are the most valued virtues in people of all ages, backgrounds, religions and cultures.