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Police and crime commissioners

Police and crime commissioners are elected by the public to ensure the policing needs of communities are met as effectively as possible and to oversee how crime is tackled in your police force area.

Andy Dunbobbin

2020 was a year like no other. Not only for our communities in North Wales, but the whole of the UK. As a community, we stood up and supported each other through these tough times. I am a strong believer that we can all achieve so much more when we work together. As we come out of the pandemic, co-operating with others must continue.

It is this spirit of community that makes me proud to be the Labour and Co-operative candidate to represent North Wales as Police and Crime Commissioner.

I am running to be your Police and Crime Commissioner because I want to be your voice standing up for victims and communities in the policing and criminal justice system. I am rooted in the community. I want to be the bridge that connects North Wales Police with people like you and me – building more positive relationships between the Police and our communities.

Continuity will not cut it. Better engagement, further listening and taking real action is what is needed. I will make the case of investing further into the Police, Local Authorities and other services that prevent someone turning to a life of crime. Ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to succeed is fundamental to tackling crime across North Wales and to move Wales forward.

My pledges to you form part of my Community Oriented Police Service (COPS) approach. My focus will be on:


I believe this will serve all our communities across North Wales well. Not just as we come out of the pandemic, but as we look to the future.

This form has been prepared by Michelle Perfect, Election Agent, 33 Henry Taylor Street, Flint, Flintshire CH6 5PP.

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