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Do you want to help shape the future of policing? If the answer is yes, take a look at the new volunteer opportunity that is available with the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner.

John Dwyer, is looking for 12 volunteers from across the county, to help him gather the public's views to help shape and inform his Police & Crime Plan.

Volunteers will attend a minimum of 4 consultation events across the county- while the Commissioner conducts his road shows, in towns and villages and at major public events such as the Cheshire Show.

If you're interested in applying, or want to find out more information, visit the Police & Crime Commissioner's website.

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