Chair of the APCC - David Lloyd PCC for Hertfordshire
David Lloyd was elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire in 2012, and was re-elected again in 2016. He is also a member of the National Criminal Justice Board, chair of the Hertfordshire Local Criminal Justice Board and leads on the criminal justice portfolio for the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners.
Prior to his election as PCC, David was the deputy leader of Hertfordshire County Council, alongside a role as borough councillor in Dacorum. His first elected position was as a borough councillor in Milton Keynes.
He has served as chair of the Hertfordshire Police Authority and as the executive member for Fire.
Mark Burns-Williamson PCC for West Yorkshire
Mark Burns-Williamson was elected as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire on 15 November 2012.
Mark worked across West Yorkshire for over 30 years in public and private sector organisations including West Yorkshire County Council, Castleford Citizens Advice Bureau, Cable Tel Ltd, Cannon, The Rugby Football League and Halifax PLC. In 1998 Mark was elected as a Labour councillor to represent the ward of Castleford Central and Glasshoughton. He became a member of the West Yorkshire Police Authority in 1999 and Chair of the Authority in 2003. He was elected Chair of the Association of Police Authorities in 2011 where he was instrumental in enabling the transition to the formation of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC).
Cllr Simon Duckworth
Simon Duckworth has been an elected City Councillor since 2000. A Member of the City of London’s Police Committee, the police governing body for the City of London Police, since 2002, he completed a four-year term as chairman of the committee in April 2012 and currently serves as both its deputy chairman and as chairman of the City's Economic Crime Board. Simon was the City of London's representative to the APA for matters of specialist and strategic policing.
Actively involved in the Association of Police Authorities’ (APA) since 2006, Simon served on the APA's Board of Directors and the APA’s Strategic Policing and Police Authority Reform Groups. Simon was Chairman of the National Olympics Security Oversight Group, with a seat on the Home Office’s Olympic Security Board. He sits on both the Home Office’s National Crime Agency Programme Board and its Economic Crime Co-ordination Board, and is also a non-executive director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
Martin Surl PCC for Gloucestershire
Martin Surl was elected as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Gloucestershire on 15 November 2012.
As a former senior police officer, Martin worked in policing and crime reduction across the county and in other parts of the UK for the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), which is now the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC). For more than 10 years Martin worked with Estonia to help it modernise its police service and develop its crime reduction partnerships. He was an advisor to the European Union and advised the Estonian Government on how it should prepare for EU membership in the field of crime reduction.
Jeff Cuthbert PCC for Gwent
Jeff Cuthbert was elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent in May 2016 after standing down as the Welsh Assembly Member for Caerphilly
After a successful career as an engineer, Jeff went on to work in education, before being elected to the National Assembly for Wales in 2003. In the Assembly he served as Deputy Minister for Skills (2011-2013, with the Technology brief added in 2013) and then Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty (2013-2014), in which role he introduced the Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act.
Jeff previously chaired the Welsh Assembly's Committee on Standards of Conduct, and was a member of the Enterprise and Business Committee and the Environment and Sustainability Committee.
Julia Mulligan PCC for North Yorkshire
Julia Mulligan was elected as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire on 15 November 2012.
Julia’s career began in the car industry in Leeds; she then moved to London for a number of years where she led, planned and managed a wide variety of projects on behalf of commercial and public sector organisations. These included McKinsey & Company, the NHS, Department of Health, Department of Trade and Industry, Ford Motor Company and Telstra Telecommunications (the equivalent of BT in Australia).
Dafydd Llywelyn PCC for Dyfed Powys
Dafydd Llywelyn was elected as one of the two new Plaid Cymru PCCs during May’s election and is the PCC for Dyfed Powys Police.
Dafydd is a former Principal Intelligence Analyst and worked within Police intelligence for many years before, in 2014, moving to Aberystwyth University to lecture Criminology. His career has provided him with considerable insight into core policing issues as well as an understanding of what the public want from the service.