Working with partners is key to keeping Wiltshire and Swindon safe and making sure we have services that deliver efficient and effective public services.

Protecting our communities is not just about the policing and criminal justice response after a crime is committed but addressing the underlying causes to prevent it from happening.

As Police and Crime Commissioner my role is to bring partners together to both improve policing but also the wider issues that increase demand on policing.  My officers and I, play a leading role in a wide range of public bodies and partnerships that address issues such as safeguarding, vulnerability, mental health, substance misuse and housing.  This is in addition to work with other police forces and emergency service partners.

Some of these include:

  • Wiltshire Criminal Justice Board
  • Community Safety Partnerships
  • Health and Wellbeing Boards
  • Public Services Leaders Boards
  • Youth Offending Teams
  • One Public Estate Boards
  • Regional policing and emergency service collaborations
  • Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
  • Local councillors
  • Area boards, parish and town councils
  • Members of Parliament
  • and the National Police Chiefs' Council

Working with Communities

One of the most important parts of my role is to engage with you, the public, so that I understand your concerns and priorities when it comes to policing and the criminal justice system.  Your feedback is crucial in helping me set the direction of policing and criminal justice and represent your views on issues. 

I always want to hear your thoughts and concerns and would encourage you to let me know your views through the Contact Your PCC page