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John Dwyer took the following oath upon his election as the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire on 8 May 2021.
"I, John Dwyer of Nantwich, do hereby declare that I accept the office of Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire police area.
In making this declaration, I solemnly and sincerely promise that during my term in office:
The Commissioner is bound by the seven principles of public life (the Nolan principles). He has also adopted a local Ethical Framework and Code of Conduct and is committed to demonstrating the highest levels of transparency.
The Code of Ethics for the Police Service in England and Wales has been published by the College of Policing and aims to support all those working in policing to deliver the highest professional standards in their service to the public.
When someone sits in a public office they have to ensure they follow the seven principles of public life (Nolan Principles).
The Police Crime Commissioner also follows Cheshire Constabulary's Transparency Policy.