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The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner is currently looking for volunteers to fulfil the role of Custody Visitor.

 

Custody Visitors are members of the public who visit one of the three police custody suites in Cheshire to check on the conditions and welfare of people being detained in police custody. They are impartial and independent of the police service.

 

 

 

 

If you are interested in becoming a custody visitor please email your name and address to police.crime.commissioner@cheshire.pnn.police.uk or telephone 01606 364103 for an application pack.

If you have any questions regarding the role, contact the Governance Officer on 01606 364005. Closing date for applications is Friday 23 January.

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