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The Police and Crime Commissioner is the people's elected voice in policing and holds the Chief Constable to account on the public's behalf. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) supports the Commissioner in a number of ways to help him carry out his role effectively.
Here you will find key information about the Commissioner, OPCC staff members, statutory information and the policies and strategies which the OPCC follows in order to support the Commissioner and serve the public.
Find out more about John Dwyer and the role of PCC
Find out more about the OPCC and its functions
Key statutory information about the OPCC and its workings
The policies that affect the operation of the OPCC.