John Dwyer was elected as Cheshire’s first Police Crime Commissioner in November 2012, holding the post for 4 years. In May 2021 he was elected for a second time.
John’s background is in policing and public service – he is a former Assistant Chief Constable for Cheshire, part of his distinguished 30 year career in the police. On retiring from the police service, John set up his own business, became a trustee of a number of local charities including the “Drugwatch Trust” and “Sanctuary for Veterans”.
John was a Cabinet Member for three years on Crewe and Nantwich Borough Council with responsibility for ‘safer communities’. He lives with his wife in Hatherton, near Nantwich.
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