John Dwyer is Cheshire's Police & Crime Commissioner and Conservative candidate at the P&CC election to be held on 5th May 2016. Here you'll find the latest news from his campaign to be re-elected & deliver on his commitment to make Cheshire the UK's safest county.
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I’m proud of the record of Cheshire Constabulary in driving down...
First and foremost, Cheshire Constabulary is here to provide policing...
Although our economy has improved since I was first elected in 2012,...
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John Dwyer pledges support for victims of stalking and the Suzy...
John Dwyer welcomes crime continuing to fall in Cheshire and...
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John has been travelling around Cheshire listening to residents across the area to find out and understand their concerns and priorities for policing in the Force Area. Find out more by clicking on the map.
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About John Dwyer
John Dwyer was elected as Cheshire’s first Police in November 2012. John’s background is in policing and public service – he is a former Assistant Chief Constable for Cheshire, part of his distinguished 30 year career in the police. On retiring from the police service, John set up his own business, became a trustee of a number of local charities including the “Drugwatch Trust” and “Sanctuary for Veterans”. John was a Cabinet Member for three years on Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council with responsibility for ‘safer communities’. He lives with his wife in Hatherton, near Nantwich.