The Commissioner

The Commissioner

Commissioner Andrew Snowden
Role of the Commissioner

Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire

The role of the Commissioner gives the public a voice at the highest level and gives the people of Lancashire the ability to ensure that the police are accountable.

The PCC is your voice in the fight against crime by representing you and your concerns when it comes to the needs of your community.

PCC Andrew Snowden and officers

My time in office

I am honoured to have been elected as Police and Crime Commissioner and I want to thank Lancashire residents for putting their trust in me to take on this important role.

My message to the law-abiding citizens of Lancashire, to the local communities and to our police force, is simple: I am on your side, I will be your voice and I will work tirelessly alongside the Chief Constable and the Constabulary to cut crime and to make sure that Lancashire is a safe place to live.

I am determined to ensure that we have the powers and resources needed to crack down on crime, to bring offenders to justice and to put an end to the damage crime causes in our local communities.


Police and Crime Commissioners are elected every four years. The last election was in May 2021 and the next election will be in 2024.

Police and Crime Panel

The Police and Crime Panel (PCP) will have the power to scrutinise Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) activities, including the ability to review the Police and Crime Plan.

The Police and Crime Plan

View the Police and Crime Plan

Declaration of interests, allowances and gifts and hospitality

Register of the declaration of interests, allowances and gifts and hospitality for the PCC and DPCC

The Oath

Find a full transcript of the oath I took upon being elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire.


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