Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner Update

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April Newsletter from Cheshire Police, the Crime Commissioner and the Chief Constable is available to download here

Of interest are:

  • Changes in the Constabulary Leadership -with the retirement of the Chief Dave Watton and Assistant Chief Ruth Purdie
  • In the Public Eye -Cheshire's Special Constabulary has taken part in a 15 part documentary on BBC1 starting on 28th April
  • Praise for the Force — cracking down on home burglaries

And more....

The role of the Police & Crime Commissioner is to ensure that the police service in Cheshire is efficient and effective and to hold the Chief Constable to account on your behalf.
It is essential that John Dwyer the Police & Crime Commissioner gathers your views to set the Police & Crime Plan, police budget and council tax precept for policing.

You can access the online survey here

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