|Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner|
|Assumed office |
15 November 2012
|Preceded by||Office created|
Barry Coppinger has been involved in local politics for 29 years, first as a Councillor and later as Police and Crime Commissioner. He has represented a number of wards in Middlesbrough with his last before election being Pallister Park in the east of Middlesbrough. Coppinger has also served on the Executive of Middlesbrough Borough Council, holding the Social Care portfolio.
In addition to being a Councillor, Coppinger was also on the Cleveland Police Authority, Cleveland Crime & Disorder Reduction Partnership and Cleveland Joint Emergency Planning Committee.
Barry lives in Linthorpe, Middlesbrough with his wife and children.
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