Commissioner for a day – competition

This is your chance to become the Police and Crime Commissioner for a day.

The lucky winner will spend the day with Tony, meet Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy, and visit some of Greater Manchester Police’s specialist departments, such as the dog and horse units. You will also be presented with a special certificate and a commemorative gift to mark the occasion.

 To enter, submit an essay, artwork, or a video, audio or PowerPoint presentation on the following topic: 

“How I would make Greater Manchester a safer place for young people if I was Police and Crime Commissioner?”

Some rules…

  • Written entries should be no longer than 500 words.
  • Presentations no more than 10 slides.
  • Video or audio must be five minutes or less and in a format that can be submitted electronically.
  • Artwork should be in a format that can also be scanned and sent electronically as a jpeg.
  • Please try and keep your files under 3 megabytes in size.
  • The competition is open to young people of high school age (11 to 16) who attend a school in Greater Manchester.
  • The competition will remain open until the schools break up for Christmas, with the winning entry revealed early in the new year.

14 comments

Majid Mohammed

Hi there,
I am willing to take part in this competition but I would like to ask could you do a piece of artwork using your hands and I would also like to ask if there is written entries how do I get them to you so I could enter the competition.
Thanks
Majid Mohammed

webadmin

Hi Majid, Sorry I’m not sure what you mean by using your hands? You need to be able to scan the artwork and send it us in a jpeg format. You can enter by filling in the electronic form on this page. All entries can be sent to us using the upload a file option at the bottom of the form.
Thanks

Hamdi

i’ve already signed up but i didnt upload anything :/ do i have to upload something to be one of the lucky winners? please reply asap

webadmin

Hi Hamdi, yes, you do need submit something to be in with a chance of winning. You can write an essay, create a slideshow presentation, or scan some artwork and send it to us using the form on this page. You can read more about the sort of entries you can submit in the page above. Good luck!

Lauren Kilcourse

Hi there,
I was just wondering if i had to upload only 1 thing or can i do say and essay and a picture to go with it?

Thank you.

webadmin

Hey Lauren – an essay and a picture would be great. We have provided three slots for uploads – use as many as you like. 🙂 Good luck!

imaan

How are you going to judge between a piece of artwork and a essay .

webadmin

Hi Imaan, regardless of format, our judges will be looking at lots of different criteria when deciding a winner, including: research, effort, accuracy, creativity, originality, and personality. The ideas being put forward will also be rated and compared. Ultimately, though, Tony will be given the final say and his word will be final. 😉 Hope that helps!

della

which adress my one or my schools

webadmin

Give us your school’s postal address but your email address, if you have one.

della

Hi there
what date roughtly would we find out.
P.S how would we find out

webadmin

Hi Della, we’ll be judging all the entries early in the new year. We’ve asked all entrants to give us their email address and postal address of the school so that we can get in touch.

matthew

hello
Do you know when the competition winners will be announced and how (Email, website?)

Thank you very much for your time

Kate Web Admin

Hi Matthew, we’re hoping to look at the entries soon. We’ve compiled all the applications and just need to get the judging done now. We’ll publish on the website when the winner has been chosen and we’ll contact the winner direct too.

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