On Monday 19 February, Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer held the final public scrutiny session of his term. The meeting looked at Cheshire Constabulary’s performance in achieving the objectives in the Police and Crime Plan – which was set by the Commissioner in 2021 following consultation with the public.
Are you interested in ensuring the welfare of people in custody and transparency within the police? The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is currently looking for Independent Custody Visitors (ICVs) to help scrutinise the way Cheshire Constabulary ensures the welfare of detainees.
Organisations from across Cheshire convened at Crewe’s Mornflake Stadium on Thursday 15 February, where the police and key partners presented the latest initiatives to prevent and tackle retail and business crime.
In January 2024 Cheshire Constabulary’s Harm Reduction Unit (HRU) successfully secured a five-year stalking protection order (SPO) with the stipulation that the perpetrator has to wear a GPS tag – the first of its kind in the county. The tag alerts the police if the offender goes within a certain distance of the victim.
Cheshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer is urging the owners of missing pets to be vigilant, following stories of people being conned out of cash by callous criminals purporting to have their lost pets.