Welsh Police Commissioners
Dyfed Powys Police Commissioner
Christopher Salmon (Conservative) Born 1978. Educated at Oxford University. Former army officer. Contested Llanelli 2010.
Christine Gwyther (Labour) Born 1959, Pembroke. Former development worker. Welsh Assembly member for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire 1999-2007. Contested Carmarthen East and Dinefwr 2010.
Gwent Police Commissioner
Nick Webb (Conservative) Educated at Glamorgan university. Works in PR and communications. Contested Newport East in 2011 Welsh Assembly election.
Hamish Sandison (Labour) Educated at Cambridge University. Solicitor. Contested Monmouth 2010.
Ian Johnston (Independent) Born 1952, Tredegar. Educated at Pontllanfraith Grammar School. Former Chief Superintendent and President of Police Superintendents Association.
Chris Wright (Independent) Born 1959, Rhondda. Educated at Lewis Boys Grammar School. Retired police officer.
North Wales Police Commissioner
Colm McCabe (Conservative) Educated at University College Dublin. Director of a golf course operating company.
Tal Michael (Labour) Educated at Oxford University. Former Chief Executive of North Wales Police Authority. Former Islington councillor. Son of Alun Michael, former First Minister of Wales.
Warwick Nicholson (UKIP) Former police inspector. Contested Clwyd West 2005, 2007 Welsh election, 2010.
Richard Hibbs (Independent) Runs a company training mental health professionals
Winston Roddick (Independent) Educated at Sir Hugh Owen Grammar School and University College London. Barrister, former Recorder and Counsel General to the National Assembly. Awarded a Companion of the Order of the Bath in 2003 for services to the Counsel General`s Office.
South Wales Police Commissioner
Caroline Jones (Conservative) Born South Wales. Small business owner and former prison officer. Contested Aberavon 2010
Alun Michael (Labour) Born 1943, Bryngwran. Educated at Colwyn Bay Grammar and Keele University. Former journalist and youth worker. Cardiff councillor 1973-1989. MP for Cardiff South and Penarth 1987-2012. Member of the Welsh Assembly for Mid and West Wales 1999-2000. Minister of State for the Home Office 1997-1998, Secretary of State for Wales 1998-1999. First Secretary for Wales 1999-2000. Minister of State for rural affairs 2001-2005, Minister of State for Industry 2005-2006.
Mike Baker (Independent) Solicitor and former police officer.
Tony Verderame (Independent) Retired businessman and hotelier