Marc Jones named as new chair of the APCC
Marc Jones, the elected Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Lincolnshire, has today been voted in as Chair of the APCC at our Annual General Meeting.
He said: "It is a huge honour to be taking on the role of Chair, particularly after what has been such a challenging year for everyone and with the expectation of an incredibly busy year ahead too. I am committed to building on and strengthening our collaborative working with all our partners – including local and national, across policing, local government, health, parliamentarians, criminal justice, and the third sector. It is only through working together that we can successfully tackle some of the big system wide issues, and make a real difference to the communities we serve."
Watch a video of Mr Jones outlining his plans as Chair of the APCC.
The APCC Chair provides a face and a voice for the organisation, while respecting and acknowledging the range of PCC views. They have regular meetings with key national stakeholders such as the NPCC, HMICFRS, and the Home Secretary. They also act as a recognised point of contact for the APCC Chief Executive and secretariat.
Also confirmed at the AGM was which PCCs would serve as leads and deputies on the wide range of national portfolio work the APCC supports PCCs to deliver.