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John Dwyer, the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire, is looking to appoint someone to act as a conduit between young people and the police.
“My role as Commissioner is to be the bridge between the public and the police, and it’s important that our young people are not left out of that partnership. I want to appoint a Youth Ambassador, someone who has experience of working with young people to ensure they have a voice and can help me to shape the delivery of policing.”
The Youth Ambassador’s role will not only provide young people with a point of contact to register their views, but they will also deliver key messages such as internet safety and the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
Cheshire’s Youth Ambassador post is now being advertised on the Cheshire PCC website. The advert is running from today (22 April) till 3 May.
If you or anyone you know would like to apply for the Youth Ambassador post, visit the Cheshire PCC website for more information.