About the Commissioner
Arfon Jones was elected the Police and Crime Commissioner for north Wales on 5 May 2016. He will remain in office until the next elections which will be held in May 2020.
Arfon Jones is originally from Harlech and now lives in Gwersyllt, Wrexham with his wife Gwenfair. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.
Mr Arfon Jones was previously a councillor for Wrexham Council for the Gwersyllt West ward but stepped down in May 2017, he continues to be a member of the Gwersyllt Community Council.
Mr Arfon Jones had a successful career with North Wales Police from 1978 to 2008 and retired in the rank of Inspector.
Mr Arfon Jones said that
“It is a great honour for me to have been elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for north Wales I was truly overjoyed with the result of the election on 5 May, thank you.
I will ensure as your Police and Crime Commissioner that I will listen to the communities of north Wales and by working with North Wales Police and other organisations that we work together to deliver the best possible police service for you.
My initial priorities are to scrutinise how domestic abuse cases are dealt with the aim of increasing convictions, to encourage the devolvement of the youth justice system and scrutinise how the highways are policed in the area. I intend to work closely with North Wales Police to deliver on my priorities”.
Following his election, the Police and Crime Commissioner swore an Oath of Office, also known as the ‘Declaration of Acceptance of Office. Click here to view the Declaration.
Commissioner's Declaration of Interests
Commissioner's Register of Gifts and Hospitality