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Cheshire Youth Commission

Cheshire’s Youth Commission is a way for young people to get involved in the work of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire.

The Police and Crime Commissioner oversees the work of Cheshire Police, including appointing the Chief Constable, setting priorities and budgets and asking local people what they think about important policing decisions.

The Youth Commission is a group of young people between the ages of 14 and 25; some who’ve been victims of crime and some who’ve been through the criminal justice system.

They meet four times a year, but in between they carry out work on specific topics like hate crime, drug abuse and staying safe online.

An important part of the Youth Commission’s work is organising events and consultations to find out what issues you think the police should be tackling.

To find out more about the work of the Cheshire Youth Commission visit the Police & Crime Commissioner for Cheshire's website.

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