Deputy Crime Commissioner for North Wales appointed

Winston Roddick (left) and Julian Sandham (right) Winston Roddick and retired policeman Julian Sandham (right)

A retired policeman has been appointed Deputy Crime Commissioner for north Wales.

Julian Sandham, a former chief superintendent, who is originally from Llandudno, has been Crime Commissioner Winston Roddick's temporary deputy since October.

Mr Sandham was put forward for the role following a recruitment process earlier this year.

The post includes assisting Mr Roddick in fulfilling his statutory duties.

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