North Wales

Andy Dunbobbin
Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales
01492 805486

Andy Dunbobbin was initially elected the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for North Wales on 6 May 2021. He was re-elected as PCC on 2 May 2024.

He is from Connah’s Quay where he lives with his wife, son and daughter. He was previously a County Councillor on Flintshire County Council for the Connah's Quay Golftyn ward but continues to be a member of Connah’s Quay Town Council. Prior to his election, Mr Dunbobbin laid out his community orientated police service approach (COPS) to policing and his manifesto centred on four strategic pillars. These are a local neighbourhood policing presence; supporting victims, communities and businesses; a fair and effective criminal justice system; and a visible and responsive Police and Crime Commissioner.

Mr Dunbobbin said: “I feel immensely honoured to have been re-elected by the people of North Wales. It shows that they are happy with the work I have been doing over the last three years to make policing more effective, efficient and accountable. There is always more work we can do and I can’t wait to get stuck back into serving all the people of North Wales, whether they voted for me or not. I would like to thank all who helped contribute to my campaign, my family, and the people of North Wales for the trust that have shown in me once again.”

North Wales Police & Crime Plan Cynllun-Heddlu-a-Throsedd