Byline: Sam Dimmer CRIME REPORTER
PEOPLE will be casting their votes tomorrow to determine how their police force is managed over the next four years.
Police and crime commissioners - who have the power to set police budgets, priorities and replace chief constables - will be elected in Warwickshire and the West Midlands.
They replace police authorities - the bodies that were set up to scrutinise the work of the police.
Some candidates have been campaigning on party political lines but the winner will be required to swear an oath of impartiality.
The elections come at a time where both Warwickshire and West Midlands Police are being …