Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

Ray Bisby was appointed Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner in January 2018.

Ray started his career in the military before joining the Royal Ulster Constabulary, serving 19 years in Northern Ireland.  He moved to Peterborough in 2007 and became actively involved in voluntary work in the community including becoming Chair of the local Policing Board. He was elected a Councillor for Stanground South ward in Peterborough in 2015 and is also Chair of Peterborough City Council’s Corporate Parenting.

Ray has also been a member of the Police and Crime Panel, becoming Vice Chair in June 2017.

Ray’s knowledge, skills and experience enable him to support the Commissioner in the delivery of his Police and Crime Plan, through holding Cambridgeshire Constabulary to account for their performance. This includes bringing agencies together, listening to the views and concerns of the public and local communities, and attending relevant meetings on behalf of the Commissioner.

Ray will be working 2-3 days per week with a salary of £28,000 per annum.

To contact the Deputy Commissioner, tel: 0300 333 3456 or email: