Darryl Preston was elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough on 6th May 2021 and officially took post on 13th May 2021.
Darryl has proudly served as both a front line and neighbourhood police officer for 30 years (10 years in the Met and 20 years in Cambridgeshire). After retiring from the force, he joined the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners as a senior official where he developed strategic positions and lobbied Government on topics such as serious violence, economic crime and sexual offences legislation.
Darryl’s knowledge, skills and experience will enable him to progress his Police and Crime Plan, through holding Cambridgeshire Constabulary to account for their performance. This includes bringing agencies together and listening to the views and concerns of the public and local communities.
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