Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner

Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Andy Pratt MBE

About the Deputy Commissioner


  • Distinguished career in policing before retiring in 2010
  • Rose from Police Constable up to Superintendent whilst working for Lancshire Constabulary
  • He also worked in London on secondment as a Temporary Chief Superintendent to work on national policing policy
  • He has focussed on a range of voluntary roles across Lancashire since retiring from Policing
  • His voluntary work, most recently during the Covid-19 pandemic, saw him receive an MBE in 2021.

His role: 

The role of the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner is to support the work of the PCC, his office, and the delivery of his Police and Crime Plan.

  • Started in his role in August 2021
  • Chair of the the Lancashire Safety Partnership and Local Criminal Justice Boards
  • Engaging with local communities and supporting the Commissioners development and delivery of his Police and Crime Plan.
  • Leading on work around road safety and criminal justice
  • Engaging with community organisations, partners, community groups and others to support their work and help deliver the Commissioner’s priorities for policing.

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