John Dwyer has been selected as the Conservative Candidate for the 2020 Police and Crime Commissioner Elections in Cheshire. John was Cheshire's first Police and Crime Commissioner, assistant Chief Constable for Cheshire (Retired), previously serving in Nottingham and the West Midlands. John has also served as Crewe and Nantwich Councillor and was Portfolio Holder for Safer Communities.
A message from John.
"Elections to the post of Police and Crime Commissioner take place in May 2020. My experiences as an Assistant Chief Constable - retiring in 2001 - and your first Police and Crime Commissioner, elected in 2012, give me the credentials to provide you with a highly efficient and effective police service which you deserve. Follow me on Facebook, John Dwyer for PCC, and let me know what your policing issues and priorities are. If they are important to you then they are important to me too ! I can only do this with your vote. With your support I can make Cheshire a safer county in which to live and work".