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John Dwyer was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire on 6th May 2021.
John Dwyer has been married to his wife Zena for 41 years.
He retired as Assistant Chief Constable in Cheshire after a 30 year career which started in Nottinghamshire, followed by a transfer to the West Midlands as a Chief Inspector. He was Assistant Chief Constable in Cheshire before taking retirement and leaving the policing family.
He was the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire from 2012 - 2016. He narrowly lost the 2016 election, but was successful in 2021.
His three year term runs from 2021 - 2024
Read the Oath John Dwyer took
Find out the main responsibilities of the Commissioner