Stephen Mold is the elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire, and was voted in to office on 5th May 2016.
Stephen had an ordinary upbringing; climbing trees, playing football and then joining the Air Training Corps. This taught him tolerance, how to work with others through team-work, the importance of taking responsibility and the value of public service.
Over the last 30 years, Stephen worked his way up through the ranks, from his first job unloading lorries though various senior roles and on to the running of his own successful business.
Stephen is passionate about making sure everyone gets their opportunity to make the most of their lives. As the Police and Crime Commissioner for Northamptonshire, Stephen wants to ensure victims are at the heart of everything he does. He is focused on addressing the problems with alcohol and drug fuelled crime across Northamptonshire, as well as working to end domestic violence.
In addition to this, he also wants to make sure that the towns and villages of Northamptonshire are safe for children and free from those who wish to harm them, either physically or emotionally online.
Stephen believes that there is an ever-increasing opportunity to exploit new technologies, to enable more officers to be visible on the streets of Northamptonshire tackling the issues important to local residents; rather than being stuck at stations filling out paperwork.