On Thursday May 5th, voters across Chester will be voting for their Police & Crime Commissioner.
Vote John Dwyer for a clear record of making Cheshire safer - and a strong plan to make it safer still.
As our Police and Crime Commissioner, John Dwyer has worked hard to make Cheshire the safest county in the country. We’ve seen overall crime fall to its lowest level since the 1990s, with police recorded burglaries down by 19% in the last year alone. There has been investment in the Special Constabulary and we now have an active team of 450, compared to 350 back in 2012. Cheshire Constabulary is also committed to more police on the streets with 2,053 frontline officers by May 2017.
John's plan for the future is based on what matters most to families in Cheshire:
- Additional frontline police officers in our communities to protect the public;
- Further investment in the Constabulary’s public protection team to tackle sexual crime and domestic abuse;
- Maximising on the street visibility by maintaining the commitment to PCSOs;
- Enhancing the ‘Roads Policing Unit’ to address speeding and careless driving on our roads;
- Regular reviews of Constabulary spending to ensure every penny of your money is spent effectively.
Vote John Dwyer on May 5th. The first choice for a safer Cheshire.