2024 England and Wales police and crime commissioner elections

Elections for police and crime commissioners in England and Wales took place on 2 May 2024, the same day as local elections in England.[1]

2024 Police and crime commissioner elections
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37 police and crime commissioners in England and Wales
  First party Second party Third party
  Rishi Sunak Keir Starmer
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Leader Rishi Sunak Keir Starmer Rhun ap Iorwerth
Party Conservative Labour Plaid Cymru
Leader since 24 October 2022 4 April 2020 16 June 2023
Last election 30 seats, 44.5% 8 seats, 29.7% 1 seat, 2.2%
Seats before 30 8 1
Commissioners 19 17 1
Commissioners +/– Decrease 11 Increase 9 Steady 0
Popular vote 2,727,820 2,887,150 92,063
Percentage 35.2% 37.2% 1.2%
Swing Decrease 9.3% Increase 7.5% Decrease 1.0%

Colours denote the winning party, as shown in the main table of results.

Background

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Police and crime commissioners (PCCs) are elected representatives with responsibility for policing in each police area in England and Wales. Each police area elects a commissioner every four years, with the exception of police areas where responsibility for policing has passed to regional mayors such as Greater London and Greater Manchester.

This was the first Police and Crime Commissioner elections to use the first past the post system following the passage of the Elections Act 2022.[2] The supplementary vote system had been used for previous elections.[3]

The Policing and Crime Act 2017, which amended the 2011 Act, enabled PCCs to take over governance of the local fire and rescue service. PCCs who have taken on these responsibilities are known as Police Fire and Crime Commissioners (PFCCs).[4]

In 2023, it was reported that Rishi Sunak's government wants to create more elected metro mayors to take over the role of PCCs.[5] The roles of PCCs for North Yorkshire, and South Yorkshire will be abolished, with responsibilities being taken over by their respective metro mayors.[6][7] The government had planned to abolish the West Midlands PCC and transfer its powers to the Mayor of the West Midlands, however the incumbent PCC, Simon Foster, successfully challenged the transfer of powers in the High Court.[8]

Results by political allegiance

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Party Votes % votes Change Stood Seats % seats Change
Labour 2,887,150 37.2 +7.5 37 17 45.95 +9
Conservative 2,727,820 35.2 -9.3 37 19 51.35 -11
Liberal Democrats 1,299,743 16.8 +3.5 35 0 ±0
Green 257,558 3.3 +0.9 8 0 ±0
Independent 256,314 3.3 -1.6 6 0 ±0
Plaid Cymru 92,063 1.2 -0.9 4 1 2.70 ±0
Reform UK 66,464 0.9 -0.2 2 0 ±0
English Democrat 63,537 0.8 +0.4 3 0 ±0
More Police Officers for Thames Valley 46,853 0.6 N/A 1 0 ±0
Justice and Anti-Corruption 40,691 0.5 N/A 1 0 ±0
Workers Party 8,396 0.1 N/A 1 0 ±0
One Leicester 7,104 0.1 N/A 1 0 ±0

England

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Winner of each local authority within the Avon and Somerset Constabulary electoral area
2024 Avon and Somerset Police and Crime Commissioner election[9][10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Clare Moody 95,982 32.3 +8.6
Conservative Mark Shelford 91,006 30.6 −4.1
Green Katy Grant 64,623 21.7 +5.3
Liberal Democrats Benet Allen 45,864 15.4 +2.0
Turnout 300,744 23.1 −7.6
Rejected ballots 3,262 1.1
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Green Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Bath & North East Somerset 29,754 9,626 32.2 10,281 34.4 5,088 17.0 4,859 16.3
Bristol 114,795 47,220 41.1 19,788 17.2 37,375 32.6 10,412 9.1
North Somerset 30,292 9,352 30.9 12,367 40.8 5,027 16.6 3,546 11.7
Somerset 77,953 14,692 18.8 31,042 39.8 10,850 13.9 21,369 27.4
South Gloucestershire 44,681 15,192 34.0 17,528 39.2 6,283 14.1 5,678 12.7
 
Winner of each local authority in the Bedfordshire Police electoral area
2024 Bedfordshire police and crime commissioner election[11][12][13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op John Tizard 40,738 40.5 +5.5
Conservative Festus Akinbusoye 35,688 35.5 −6.9
Liberal Democrats Jasbir Singh Parmar 15,857 15.8 −2.7
Workers Party Waheed Akbar 8,396 8.3 N/A
Majority 5,050
Turnout 101,600 19.8
Rejected ballots 921 0.9
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

Result by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem Workers
Party
# % # % # % # %
Bedford 28,289 10,758 38.0 10,930 38.6 5,194 18.4 1,407 5.0
Central Bedfordshire 44,996 18,541 41.2 17,979 40.0 7,206 16.0 1,270 2.8
Luton 27,394 6,389 23.3 11,829 43.2 3,457 12.6 5,719 20.9
 
Winner of each local authority in the Cambridgeshire Constabulary electoral area
2024 Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner election[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Darryl Preston 61,688 38.1 −4.8
Labour Co-op Anna Smith 58,304 36.0 +4.7
Liberal Democrats Edna Murphy 41,984 25.9 +3.6
Turnout 161,976 25.6
Rejected ballots 2,837 1.7
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Cambridge 32,656 7,847 24.0 16,341 50.0 8,468 25.9
East Cambridgeshire 14,182 5,688 40.1 4,127 29.1 4,367 30.8
Fenland 13,185 7,044 53.4 3,861 29.3 2,280 17.3
Huntingdonshire 27,422 12,487 45.5 7,950 29.0 6,985 25.5
Peterborough 43,037 17,360 40.3 16,884 39.2 8,793 20.4
South Cambridgeshire 31,494 11,262 35.8 9,141 29.0 11,091 35.2
 
Winner of each local authority in the Cheshire Constabulary electoral area
2024 Cheshire police and crime commissioner election[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Dan Price 86,279 48.1 +10.8
Conservative John Dwyer 65,836 36.7 −7.9
Liberal Democrats Paul Duffy 27,342 15.2 +0.7
Turnout 179,457 21.7
Rejected ballots 2,518 1.4
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour Conservative Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Cheshire East 60,030 23,786 39.6 26,798 44.6 9,446 15.7
Cheshire West & Chester 51,397 24,547 47.8 19,903 38.7 6,947 13.5
Halton 19,885 13,547 68.1 3,746 18.8 2,592 13.0
Warrington 48,145 24,399 50.7 15,389 32.0 8,357 17.4
 
Winner of ecah local authority in the Cleveland Police electoral area
2024 Cleveland police and crime commissioner election[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Matt Storey 65,418 52.6 +23.7
Conservative Steve Turner 58,977 47.4 −6.8
Turnout 124,395 30.2
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour Conservative
# % # %
Hartlepool 19,500 11,042 56.6 8,458 43.4
Middlesbrough 26,974 15,084 55.9 11,890 44.1
Redcar & Cleveland 29,165 14,406 49.4 14,759 50.6
Stockton-on-Tees 48,756 24,886 51.0 23,870 49.0
2024 Cumbria police, fire and crime commissioner election[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op David Allen 38,708 47.4 +21.3
Conservative Mike Johnson 24,863 30.4 −23.1
Liberal Democrats Adrian Waite 18,100 22.2 +1.8
Turnout 81,671 21.2
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing
 
Winner of each local authority in the Derbyshire Constabulary electoral area
2024 Derbyshire police and crime commissioner election[18][19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Nicolle Ndiweni 93,260 43.6 +6.1
Conservative Angelique Foster 65,293 30.5 −18.9
Reform UK Russell Armstrong 32,944 15.4 +11.6
Liberal Democrats David Hancock 22,540 10.5 +1.3
Turnout 216,851 26.9
Rejected ballots 2,814 1.3
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Reform UK Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Amber Valley 28,594 11,595 40.6 9,345 32.7 5,192 18.2 2,462 8.6
Bolsover 13,780 6,538 47.4 3,634 26.4 2,523 18.3 1,085 7.9
Chesterfield 19,300 9,189 47.6 4,239 22.0 2,632 13.6 3,240 16.8
Derby 45,517 21,430 47.1 11,916 26.2 7,911 17.4 4,260 9.4
Derbyshire Dales 18,899 6,792 35.9 6,822 36.1 2,097 11.1 3,188 16.9
Erewash 23,446 9,413 40.1 8,050 34.3 4,116 17.6 1,867 8.0
High Peak 21,674 11,325 52.3 6,234 28.8 2,275 10.5 1,840 8.5
North East Derbyshire 22,399 8,876 39.6 7,854 25.1 2,825 12.6 2,844 12.7
South Derbyshire 20,428 8,102 39.7 7,199 35.2 3,373 16.5 1,754 8.6
 
Winner of each local authority within the Devon and Cornwall Police electoral area
2024 Devon and Cornwall police and crime commissioner election[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Alison Hernandez 131,764 43.3 −6.7
Labour Co-op Daniel Steel 107,897 35.4 +15.2
Liberal Democrats Steve Lodge 64,790 21.3 +3.4
Turnout 304,451 22.5 −13.6
Conservative hold Swing -21.9

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Cornwall 81,198 35,536 43.8 28,290 35.4 17,372 21.4
East Devon 25,407 12,530 49.3 6,591 25.9 6,286 24.7
Exeter 31,415 9,785 31.1 15,742 50.1 5,888 18.7
Mid Devon 13,259 5,946 44.8 4,072 30.7 3,241 24.4
North Devon 13,704 6,605 48.2 3,093 22.6 4,006 29.2
Plymouth 59,324 23,470 39.6 26,891 45.3 8,963 15.1
South Hams 15,744 6,995 44.4 4,804 30.5 3,945 25.1
Teignbridge 22,664 10,154 44.8 7,174 31.7 5,336 23.5
Torbay 20,324 10,801 53.1 4,603 22.6 4,920 24.2
Torridge 10,560 5,110 48.4 2,779 26.3 2,671 25.3
West Devon 9,842 4,822 49.0 3,858 29.0 2,162 22.0
2024 Dorset police and crime commissioner election[21][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative David Sidwick 57,994 38.2 −4.3
Liberal Democrats Howard Legg 34,774 22.9 +11.1
Independent Marianne Storey 32,237 21.2 N/A
Labour Co-op David Stokes 26,884 17.7 +6.8
Turnout 154,436 26.0
Rejected ballots 2,550 1.7
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Lib Dem Storey Labour
Co-op
# % # % # % # %
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole 55,485 20,782 37.5 6,754 12.2 13,624 24.6 14,325 25.8
Dorset 96,404 37,212 38.6 28,020 29.1 18,613 19.3 12,559 13.0
2024 Durham police and crime commissioner election[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Joy Allen 66,752 56.0 +12.2
Conservative Rob Potts 37,773 31.7 −11.3
Liberal Democrats Nigel Boddy 14,678 12.3 −0.9
Turnout 119,303
Labour Co-op hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
County Durham 93,994 56,047 59.6 26,682 28.4 11,265 12.0
Darlington 25,209 10,705 42.5 11,091 44.0 3,413 13.5
 
Winner of each local authority within the Essex Police electoral area
2024 Essex police, fire and crime commissioner election[24]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Roger Hirst 126,447 37.1 −16.9
Labour Co-op Adam Fox 116,875 34.3 +11.4
Liberal Democrats Kieron Franks 52,922 15.5 +2.2
English Democrat Robin Tilbrook 44,909 13.2 +3.4
Turnout 330,397 24.9
Rejected ballots 5,200 1.5
Conservative hold Swing

Result by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem English
Democrats
# % # % # % # %
Basildon 34,174 13,181 38.6 12,096 35.4 3,860 11.3 5,042 14.8
Braintree 21,631 8,849 40.9 7,878 36.4 2,107 9.7 2,797 12.9
Brentwood 19,495 7,903 40.5 3,956 20.3 5,896 30.2 1,740 8.9
Castle Point 19,271 7,690 39.9 4,997 25.9 1,671 8.7 4,913 25.5
Chelmsford 25,313 9,976 39.4 5,965 23.6 6,805 26.9 2,567 10.1
Colchester 41,107 12,079 29.4 16,040 39.0 9,389 22.8 3,599 8.8
Epping Forest 28,972 12,725 43.9 7,584 26.2 4,856 16.8 3,807 13.1
Harlow 18,224 7,189 39.4 8,338 45.8 1,111 6.1 1,586 8.7
Maldon 9,066 3,989 44.0 2,341 25.8 1,166 12.9 1,570 17.3
Rochford 18,779 7,022 37.4 4,845 25.8 3,627 19.3 3,285 17.5
Southend-on-Sea 39,145 13,783 35.2 15,925 40.7 5,337 13.6 4,100 10.5
Tendring 20,953 8,441 40.3 6,795 32.4 2,162 10.3 3,555 17.0
Thurrock 30,952 7,891 25.5 15,806 51.1 2,616 8.5 4,639 15.0
Uttlesford 14,066 5,729 40.7 4,309 30.6 2,319 16.5 1,709 12.1
 
Winner of each local authority within the Gloucestershire Police electoral area
2024 Gloucestershire police and crime commissioner election[25]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Chris Nelson 47,838 32.7 −8.0
Liberal Democrats Martin Surl 46,352 31.7 +12.7
Labour Co-op Ashley Smith 35,069 24.0 +7.9
Independent Matthew Randolph 15,240 10.4 N/A
Majority 1,486 1.0
Rejected ballots 1,851 1.3
Turnout 146,347 29.5
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Lib Dem Labour
Co-op
Ind
# % # % # % # %
Cheltenham 31,819 10,146 31.9 15,051 47.3 3,991 12.5 2,631 8.3
Cotswold 16,732 7,814 46.7 5,577 33.3 2,046 12.2 1,295 7.7
Forest of Dean 13,359 4,693 35.1 3,251 24.3 3,722 27.9 1,693 12.7
Gloucester 28,305 8,622 30.5 7,881 27.8 7,863 27.8 3,939 13.9
Stroud 39,057 10,881 27.9 9,497 24.3 14,804 37.9 3,875 9.9
Tewkesbury 15,227 5,682 37.3 5,095 33.5 2,643 17.4 1,807 11.9
 
Winner of each local authority in the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary electoral area
2024 Hampshire & Isle of Wight police and crime commissioner election[26][27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Donna Jones 175,953 42.3 −7.5
Labour Co-op Becky Williams 106,141 25.5 +6.2
Liberal Democrats Prad Bains 92,843 22.3 +4.6
JAC Don Jerrard 40,691 9.8 N/A
Turnout 421,965 28.4
Rejected ballots 6,337 1.5
Conservative hold Swing

Result by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem JAC
# % # % # % # %
Basingstoke & Deane 43,309 17,714 40.9 13,013 30.0 7,971 18.4 4,611 10.6
East Hampshire 21,474 10,416 48.5 3,765 17.5 5,022 23.4 2,271 10.6
Eastleigh 31,773 11,583 36.5 5,667 17.8 11,703 36.8 2,820 8.9
Fareham 31,651 16,072 50.8 5,603 17.7 7,176 22.7 2,800 8.8
Gosport 20,818 9,886 47.5 3,911 18.8 4,745 22.8 2,276 10.9
Hart 24,879 10,591 42.6 4,767 19.2 7,117 28.6 2,404 9.7
Havant 27,147 12,103 44.6 6,933 25.5 5,090 18.7 3,021 11.1
Isle of Wight 18,035 8,997 49.9 4,973 27.6 2,014 11.2 2,051 11.4
New Forest 26,574 13,855 52.1 4,990 18.8 4,685 17.6 3,044 11.5
Portsmouth 41,004 14,117 34.4 13,695 33.4 8,627 21.0 4,565 11.1
Rushmoor 22,132 8,345 37.7 9,746 44.0 2,384 10.8 1,657 7.5
Southampton 46,947 16,096 34.3 19,893 42.4 6,585 14.0 4,373 9.3
Test Valley 21,387 10,539 49.3 4,092 19.1 4,532 21.2 2,224 10.4
Winchester 38,498 15,639 40.6 5,093 13.2 15,192 39.5 2,574 6.7
 
Winner of each local authority in the Hertfordshire Constabulary electoral area
2024 Hertfordshire police and crime commissioner election[28][29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jonathan Ash-Edwards 93,658 36.7 −11.8
Liberal Democrats Sean Prendergast 68,264 26.7 −0.6
Labour Co-op Tom Plater 66,585 26.1 +2.1
Green Matt Fisher 26,714 10.5 N/A
Turnout 258,298
Rejected ballots 3,077 1.2
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Lib Dem Labour
Co-op
Green
# % # % # % # %
Broxbourne 19,015 10,125 53.2 1,398 7.4 5,685 29.9 1,807 9.5
Dacorum 23,296 8,726 37.5 6,949 29.8 5,536 23.8 2,085 9.0
East Hertfordshire 22,941 9,449 41.2 4,261 18.6 5,213 22.7 4,018 17.5
Hertsmere 17,467 8,975 51.4 4,568 26.2 2,591 14.8 1,333 7.6
North Hertfordshire 38,417 12,592 32.8 10,446 27.2 11,903 31.0 3,476 9.0
St. Albans 41,345 12,246 29.6 18,013 43.6 5,937 14.4 5,149 12.5
Stevenage 20,039 6,366 31.8 2,872 14.3 8,800 43.9 2,001 10.0
Three Rivers 22,969 9,166 39.9 7,700 33.5 3,681 16.0 2,422 10.5
Watford 23,110 5,748 24.9 8,635 37.4 6,780 29.3 1,947 8.4
Welwyn Hatfield 26,622 10,265 38.6 8,482 31.9 5,399 20.3 2,476 9.3
 
Winner of each local authority in the Humberside Police electoral area
2024 Humberside police and crime commissioner election[30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jonathan Evison 51,083 39.7 −5.9
Labour Co-op Simon O'Rourke 46,846 36.4 −3.0
Liberal Democrats Bob Morgan 30,834 24.0 +8.9
Turnout 128,769 18.7
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # %
East Yorkshire 46,198 23,410 51.3 12,898 28.3 9,349 20.5
Hull 37,974 5,788 15.6 15,668 42.1 15,734 42.3
North East Lincolnshire 24,809 10,761 44.4 9,657 39.9 3,813 15.7
North Lincolnshire 21,885 11,124 51.3 8,623 39.8 1,938 8.9
 
Winner of each local authority in the Kent Police electoral area
2024 Kent police and crime commissioner election[31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Matthew Scott 120,491 44.1 −13.7
Labour Co-op Lenny Rolles 92,508 33.9 +8.6
Liberal Democrats Graham Colley 60,279 22.1 +5.1
Turnout 273,278
Total votes
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Ashford 18,384 8,746 47.6 6,209 33.8 3,429 18.7
Canterbury 21,806 8,175 37.5 8,869 40.7 4,762 21.8
Dartford 15,245 7,306 47.9 6,020 39.5 1,919 12.6
Dover 17,237 6,982 40.5 7,544 43.8 2,711 15.7
Folkeston & Hythe 17,080 7,554 44.2 5,851 34.3 3,675 21.5
Gravesham 13,823 5,675 41.1 6,483 46.9 1,665 12.0
Maidstone 38,170 17,403 45.6 9,815 25.7 10,952 28.7
Medway 30,893 12,695 41.1 13,275 43.0 4,923 15.9
Sevenoaks 17,825 9,539 53.5 3,739 21.0 4,547 25.5
Swale 15,922 6,975 43.8 5,789 36.4 3,158 19.8
Thanet 16,069 6,453 40.2 6,996 43.5 2,620 16.3
Tonbridge & Malling 19,585 10,354 52.9 4,894 25.0 4,337 22.1
Tunbridge Wells 31,239 12,634 40.4 7,024 22.5 11,581 37.1
2024 Lancashire police and crime commissioner election[32][33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Clive Grunshaw 135,638 47.1 +5.6
Conservative Andrew Snowden 101,281 35.1 −9.6
Liberal Democrats Neil Darby 51,252 17.8 +9.0
Turnout 297,705 26.2
Rejected ballots 9,534 3.2
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Blackburn with Darwen 29,763 12,886 43.3 7,377 24.8 9,500 31.9
Blackpool 25,690 15,115 58.8 8,246 32.1 2,329 9.1
Burnley 18,133 8,140 44.9 5,897 32.5 4,096 22.6
Chorley 25,704 13,831 53.8 8,786 34.2 3,087 12.0
Fylde 13,045 4,867 37.3 5,932 45.5 2,246 17.2
Hyndburn 17,160 8,225 47.9 6,552 38.2 2,383 13.9
Lancaster 20,667 10,916 52.8 6,646 32.2 3,105 15.0
Pendle 21,482 7,931 36.9 8,930 41.6 4,621 21.5
Preston
Ribble Valley 9,985 3,281 32.9 5,249 52.6 1,455 14.6
Rossendale
West Lancashire 25,241 13,450 53.3 8,833 35.0 2,958 11.7
Wyre 19,153 9,065 47.3 8,119 42.4 1,969 10.3
South Ribble 19,815 8,720 44.0 7,850 39.6 3,245 16.4
 
Winner of each local authority in the Leicestershire Police electoral area
2024 Leicestershire police and crime commissioner election[34]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Rupert Matthews 62,280 35.3 −14.0
Labour Co-op Rory Palmer 61,420 34.8 +1.5
Green Aasiya Bora 23,649 13.4 N/A
Liberal Democrats Ian Sharpe 22,041 12.5 −5.0
One Leicester Fizza Askari 7,104 4.0 N/A
Turnout 176,494 21.7
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Green Lib Dem One
Leicester
# % # % # % # % # %
Blaby 12,677 5,179 40.9 4,241 33.5 963 7.6 2,032 16.0 262 2.1
Charnwood 28,449 11,477 40.3 10,585 37.2 2,953 10.1 2,869 10.4 565 2.0
Harborough 16,428 7,121 43.3 5,049 30.7 1,180 7.2 2,840 17.3 238 1.4
Hinckley & Bosworth 17,353 6,373 36.7 3,971 22.9 921 5.3 5,877 33.9 211 1.2
Leicester 64,204 17,187 26.8 24,393 38.0 14,609 22.8 3,033 4.7 4,982 7.8
Melton 7,326 3,312 45.2 2,422 33.1 614 8.4 857 11.7 121 1.7
North West Leicestershire 15,204 5,745 37.8 6,465 42.5 964 6.3 1,804 11.9 226 1.5
Oadby & Wigston 9,359 3,185 34.0 2,853 30.5 1,076 11.5 1,803 19.3 442 4.7
Rutland 5,494 2,701 49.2 1,441 26.2 369 6.7 1,441 16.9 57 1.0
 
Winner of each local authority in the Lincolnshire Police electoral area
2024 Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner election[35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Marc Jones 39,639 36.5 −23.2
Labour Mike Horder 31,931 29.5 +9.5
Reform UK Peter Escreet 15,518 14.3 +10.8
Liberal Democrats Lesley Rollings 13,380 12.4 +6.4
English Democrat David Dickason 7,739 7.2 N/A
Turnout 108,207 19.09
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour Reform UK Lib Dem Eng Dem
# % # % # % # % # %
Boston 7,443 2,727 36.6 1,743 23.4 1,356 18.2 661 8.9 956 12.8
East Lindsey 18,686 7,323 39.2 4,869 26.1 3,277 17.5 1,667 8.9 1,550 8.3
Lincoln 17,900 4,695 26.2 8,041 44.9 1,605 9.0 2,782 15.5 777 4.3
North Kesteven 17,462 7,260 41.6 4,873 27.9 2,385 13.7 1,762 10.1 1,182 6.8
South Holland 10,949 4,558 41.6 2,593 23.7 1,844 16.8 986 9.0 968 8.8
South Kesteven 21,395 7,849 36.7 6,509 30.4 3,228 15.1 2,373 11.1 1,436 6.7
West Lindsey 14,372 5,227 36.4 3,303 23.0 1,823 12.7 3,149 21.9 870 6.1
2024 Merseyside police and crime commissioner election[36][37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Emily Spurrell 152,640 61.7 +4.9
Conservative Bob Teesdale 35,221 14.2 −8.6
Green Amanda Onwuemene 31,330 12.7 N/A
Liberal Democrats Christopher Carubia 28,093 11.4 −5.2
Turnout 251,600 23.9 −7.0
Rejected ballots 4,316 1.7 -1.8
Labour Co-op hold Swing 6.7

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Green Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Knowsley 25,640 18,208 71.0 1,735 6.8 4,162 16.2 1,535 6.0
Liverpool 74,064 51,364 68.2 4,651 6.2 10,457 13.9 8,883 11.8
Sefton 60,265 35,872 59.5 12,939 21.5 5,345 8.9 6,109 10.1
St Helens 26,182 16,158 61.7 4,603 17.6 3,094 11.8 2,327 8.9
Wirral 59,842 31,038 51.9 11,293 18.9 8,272 13.8 9,239 15.4
 
Winner of each local authority within the Norfolk Constabulary electoral area
2024 Norfolk police and crime commissioner election[38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Sarah Taylor 52,445 35.2 +13.1
Conservative Giles Orpen-Smellie 50,567 33.9 −11.2
Green Martin Schmierer 23,628 15.8 +5.6
Liberal Democrats John Crofts 22,525 15.1 +1.4
Turnout 149,165
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Green Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Breckland 18,126 6,171 34.0 7,519 41.5 2,048 11.3 2,388 13.2
Broadland 22,150 7,474 36.2 8,875 43.0 1,281 6.2 2,993 14.5
Great Yarmouth 12,115 5,002 41.3 4,854 40.1 1,281 10.6 978 8.1
King's Lynn & West Norfolk 19,215 5,452 28.4 7,600 39.6 1,675 8.7 4,488 23.4
North Norfolk 17,522 3,729 27.0 7,066 51.2 1,676 12.2 5,051 36.6
Norwich 35,838 16,491 46.0 5,654 15.8 10,283 28.7 3,410 9.5
South Norfolk 24,199 8,126 33.6 8,999 37.2 3,857 15.9 3,217 13.3
2024 Northamptonshire police, fire and crime commissioner election[39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Danielle Stone 43,684 39.3 +11.8
Conservative Martyn Emberson 39,714 35.7 −17.5
Liberal Democrats Ana Savage Gunn 27,799 25.0 +9.7
Turnout 111,197 19.6 −15.2
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing 14.6

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Lib Dem
# % # % # %
North Northamptonshire 48,270 20,148 41.7 17,729 36.7 10,393 21.5
West Northamptonshire 62,927 23,536 37.4 21,985 34.9 17,406 27.7
2024 Northumbria police and crime commissioner election[40][41]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Susan Dungworth 176,311 51.0 +4.4
Conservative Ros Munro 78,818 22.8 −8.0
Liberal Democrats John Appleby 58,574 17.0 +6.4
Independent Mustaque Rahman 31,773 9.2 N/A
Turnout 345,476 33.0 −4.0
Labour Co-op hold Swing
2024 Nottinghamshire police and crime commissioner election[42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Gary Godden 119,355 52.1 +8.6
Conservative Caroline Henry 77,148 33.7 −14.2
Liberal Democrats David Watts 32,410 14.2 +5.5
Turnout 234,266 28.1
Labour Co-op gain from Conservative Swing

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Ashfield 21,323 10,237 48.0 7,757 36.4 3,329 15.6
Bassetlaw 21,772 11,180 51.4 8,268 38.0 2,324 10.7
Broxtowe 29,047 14,984 51.6 8,229 28.3 5,834 20.1
Gedling 26,806 14,519 54.2 8,981 33.5 3,306 12.3
Mansfield 20,006 10,114 50.6 7,757 38.8 2,135 10.7
Newark & Sherwood 26,231 11,282 43.0 11,246 42.9 3,703 14.1
Nottingham 49,459 31,108 62.9 11,330 22.9 7,021 14.2
Rushcliffe 34,269 15,931 46.5 13,580 39.6 4,758 13.9
2024 Staffordshire police, fire and crime commissioner election[43]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Ben Adams 73,500 45.6 −10.1
Labour Co-op Alastair Watson 70,128 43.5 +16.0
Liberal Democrats Alec Sandiford 17,666 11.0 +6.6
Turnout 161,294 19.2
Conservative hold Swing

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # %
Cannock Chase 18,710 8,151 43.6 8,747 46.8 1,812 9.7
East Staffordshire 15,844 7,732 48.8 6,299 39.8 1,813 11.4
Lichfield 16,481 6,406 51.0 6,232 37.8 1,843 11.2
Newcastle-under-Lyme 17,916 7,669 42.8 8,460 47.2 1,787 10.0
South Staffordshire
Stafford 20,085 9,156 45.6 8,458 42.1 2,471 12.3
Staffordshire Moorlands 13,418 6,340 47.2 5,198 38.7 1,880 14.0
Stoke-on-Trent
Tamworth 15,539 6,836 44.0 7,430 47.8 1,273 8.2
 
Winner of each local authority within the Suffolk Police electoral area
2024 Suffolk police and crime commissioner election[44]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tim Passmore 52,968 40.2 −14.5
Labour Co-op Robin Wales 41,734 31.7 +8.7
Green Rachel Smith-Lyte 22,488 17.1 +3.5
Liberal Democrats James Sandbach 14,541 11.0 −2.8
Turnout 131,731 22.9
Conservative hold Swing

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Green Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Babergh 15,047 6,717 44.6 4,087 27.2 2,430 16.1 1,813 12.0
East Suffolk 41,971 17,211 41.0 11,936 28.4 8,003 19.1 4,821 11.5
Ipswich 30,558 11,050 36.2 13,040 42.7 3,564 11.7 2,904 9.5
Mid Suffolk 18,781 7,188 38.3 4,668 24.9 4,864 25.9 2,061 11.0
West Suffolk 25,374 10,802 42.6 8,003 31.5 3,627 14.3 2,942 11.6
 
Winner of each local authority within the Surrey Police electoral area
2024 Surrey police and crime commissioner election[45][46][47]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lisa Townsend 95,538 36.4 +2.9
Liberal Democrats Paul Kennedy 82,213 31.3 +10.6
Labour Kate Chinn 42,813 16.3 +0.4
Independent Alex Coley 42,052 16.0 N/A
Turnout 265,682 29.9 −8.9
Rejected ballots 3,066 1.2
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Lib Dem Labour
Co-op
Ind
# % # % # % # %
Elmbridge 38,227 15,052 39.4 14,411 37.7 3,942 10.3 4,822 12.6
Epsom and Ewell 14,049 4,116 29.3 3,807 27.1 2,884 20.5 3,242 23.1
Guildford 23,899 8,953 37.5 7,911 33.1 3,429 14.3 3,606 15.1
Mole Valley 26,451 8,011 30.3 12,383 46.8 2,488 9.4 3,569 13.5
Reigate & Banstead 37,312 14,548 39.0 7,917 21.2 8,738 23.4 6,109 16.4
Spelthorne 35,104 13,124 37.4 7,349 20.9 8,770 25.0 5,861 16.7
Surrey Heath 13,743 5,743 41.8 4,004 29.1 1,693 12.3 2,303 16.8
Tandridge 22,864 9,012 39.4 5,148 22.5 3,758 16.4 4,946 21.6
Waverley 23,097 9,388 40.6 6,789 29.4 3,068 13.3 3,852 16.7
Woking 27,870 7,591 27.2 12,494 44.8 4,043 14.5 3,742 13.4
 
Winner of each local authority within the Sussex Police electoral area
2024 Sussex police and crime commissioner election[48]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Katy Bourne 122,495 39.0 −8.2
Labour Co-op Paul Richards 99,502 31.7 +13.1
Liberal Democrats Jamie Bennett 48,923 15.6 +1.7
Green Jonathan Kent 43,105 13.7 +0.4
Turnout 317,718 24.5 −11.2
Rejected ballots 3,693 1.2
Conservative hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem Green
# % # % # % # %
Adur 16,651 5,761 34.6 7,788 46.8 1,322 7.9 1,780 10.7
Arun 27,569 13,429 48.7 6,932 25.1 4,044 14.7 3,164 11.5
Brighton & Hove 44,601 10,308 23.1 22,053 49.4 3,198 7.2 9,042 20.3
Chichester 20,381 9,008 44.2 3,154 15.5 6,257 30.7 1,962 9.6
Crawley 25,205 9,717 38.6 10,797 42.8 1,843 7.3 2,848 11.3
Eastbourne 16,606 7,036 42.4 3,012 18.1 5,349 32.2 1,209 7.3
Hastings 23,427 6,326 27.0 9,023 38.5 1,342 5.7 6,736 28.8
Horsham 23,791 11,530 48.5 4,569 19.2 5,357 22.5 2,335 9.8
Lewes 17,912 6,456 36.0 4,878 27.2 4,326 24.2 2,252 12.6
Mid Sussex 25,756 11,429 44.4 5,663 22.0 6,151 23.9 2,513 9.8
Rother 15,720 7,614 48.4 4,329 27.5 1,803 11.5 1,974 12.6
Wealden 27,839 13,704 49.2 5,659 20.3 4,640 16.7 3,836 13.8
Worthing 28,180 10,177 36.1 11,645 41.3 2,931 10.4 3,427 12.2
 
Winner of each local authority in the Thames Valley Police electoral area
2024 Thames Valley police and crime commissioner election[49]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Matthew Barber 144,092 32.1 −10.4
Labour Co-op Tim Starkey 141,749 31.6 +3.8
Liberal Democrats Tim Bearder 84,341 18.8 +1.3
More Police Officers for Thames Valley Ben Holden-Crowther 46,853 10.4 N/A
Independent Russell Douglas Fowler 31,460 7.0 N/A
Turnout 448,495
Conservative hold Swing -7.1

Results by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem Ind
Holden-Crowther
Ind
Fowler
# % # % # % # % # %
Bracknell Forest 14,381 5,295 36.8 4,795 33.3 1,565 10.9 1,734 12.1 992 6.9
Buckinghamshire 76,278 28,706 37.6 21,403 28.1 12,372 16.2 7,876 10.3 5,921 7.8
Cherwell 35,343 11,271 31.9 9,774 27.7 8,141 23.0 3,644 10.3 2,513 7.1
Milton Keynes 60,159 18,833 31.3 23,647 39.3 7,585 12.6 6,752 11.2 3,342 5.6
Oxford 37,802 4,818 12.7 18,228 48.2 7,045 18.6 3,180 8.4 4,531 12.0
Reading 37,327 8,530 22.9 18,299 49.0 4,021 10.8 4,336 11.6 2,141 5.7
Slough 16,336 4,747 29.1 7,067 43.3 1,456 8.9 1,932 11.8 1,134 6.9
South Oxfordshire 24,227 8,085 33.4 6,142 25.4 6,410 26.5 2,006 8.3 1,584 6.5
Vale of White Horse 23,336 8,152 34.9 5,779 24.8 6,338 27.2 1,681 7.2 1,386 5.9
West Berkshire 23,751 9,362 39.4 5,276 22.2 4,767 20.1 2,704 11.4 1,642 6.9
West Oxfordshire 28,809 10,590 36.8 7,063 24.5 7,177 24.9 2,425 8.4 1,554 5.4
Windsor & Maidenhead 18,828 6,592 35.0 4,204 22.3 4,516 24.0 2,011 10.7 1,505 8.0
Wokingham 51,918 19,111 36.8 10,072 19.4 12,948 24.9 6,572 12.7 3,215 6.2
2024 Warwickshire police and crime commissioner election[50][51]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Philip Seccombe 45,638 39.4 −12.7
Labour Co-op Sarah Feeney 45,377 39.2 +11.5
Liberal Democrats Richard Dickson 24,867 21.5 +5.3
Turnout 117,518 26.0
Rejected ballots 1,636 1.4
Conservative hold Swing

Result by authority

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # %
North Warwickshire 8,430 3,766 44.7 3,651 43.3 1,013 12.0
Nuneaton & Bedworth
Rugby
Stratford-on-Avon 26,138 11,763 45.0 5,701 21.8 8,674 33.2
Warwick 27,434 9,025 32.9 11,998 43.7 6,411 23.4
 
Winner of each local authority in the West Mercia Police electoral area
2024 West Mercia police and crime commissioner election[52]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John-Paul Campion 73,395 34.3 −21.0
Labour Co-op Richard Overton 63,082 29.5 +5.5
Liberal Democrats Sarah Murray 33,782 15.8 +0.2
Green Julian Dean 22,021 10.3 N/A
English Democrat Henry Curteis 21,645 10.1 N/A
Turnout 213,925
Conservative hold Swing

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem Green Eng Dem
# % # % # % # % # %
Bromsgrove 15,235 6,299 41.3 4,326 28.4 2,196 14.4 950 6.2 1,464 9.6
Herefordshire 26,452 9,563 36.2 5,553 21.0 4,539 17.2 3,922 14.8 2,875 10.9
Malvern Hills 13,153 4,722 35.9 2,912 22.1 2,521 19.2 1,590 12.1 1,408 10.7
Redditch 18,587 6,822 36.7 7,631 41.1 1,235 6.6 1,451 7.8 1,448 7.8
Shropshire 44,645 14,361 32.2 11,413 25.6 10,130 22.7 3,521 7.9 5,220 11.7
Telford & Wrekin 30,252 9,138 30.2 12,963 42.9 2,870 9.5 1,918 6.3 3,363 11.1
Worcester 25,825 6,466 25.0 8,323 32.2 4,049 15.7 5,418 21.0 1,569 6.1
Wychavon 21,954 9,222 42.0 4,656 21.2 3,996 18.2 1,828 8.3 2,252 10.3
Wyre Forest 17,822 6,802 38.2 5,305 29.8 2,246 12.6 1,423 8.0 2,046 11.5
 
Winner of each local authority in the West Midlands Police electoral area
2024 West Midlands police and crime commissioner election[53][54]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Simon Foster 327,844 57.5 +12.0
Conservative Tom Byrne 241,827 42.5 +3.1
Turnout 595,218 29.5
Rejected ballots 23,663 4.0
Labour hold Swing

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District Total votes Labour Conservative
# % # %
Birmingham 203,429 125,631 61.8 77,798 38.2
Coventry 68,003 43,014 63.3 24,989 36.7
Dudley 72,940 35,506 48.7 37,434 51.3
Sandwell 63,242 42,396 67.0 20,846 33.0
Solihull 54,343 21,184 39.0 33,159 61.0
Walsall 54,879 28,141 51.3 26,738 48.7
Wolverhampton 52,835 31,972 60.5 20,863 39.5
 
Winner of each local authority within the Wiltshire Police electoral area
2024 Wiltshire police and crime commissioner election[55][56]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Philip Wilkinson 38,578 31.0 −5.0
Labour Co-op Stanka Adamcova 36,345 29.2 +14.9
Independent Mike Rees 29,035 23.3 −4.5
Liberal Democrats Alan Hagger 20,485 16.5 −3.3
Turnout 125,927 22.7 +6.1
Conservative hold

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District Total votes Conservative Labour
Co-op
Ind Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Swindon 51,351 14,075 27.4 24,230 47.2 9,281 18.1 3,765 7.3
Wiltshire 73,092 24,503 33.5 12,115 16.6 19,754 27.0 16,720 22.9

Wales

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2024 Dyfed-Powys police and crime commissioner election[57]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Plaid Cymru Dafydd Llywelyn 31,323 40.9 +7.3
Conservative Ian Harrison 19,134 25.0 −9.0
Labour Co-op Philippa Thompson 18,353 24.0 +0.3
Liberal Democrats Justin Griffiths 7,719 10.1 +1.4
Turnout 76,529
Plaid Cymru hold Swing

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District Total votes Plaid Cymru Conservative Labour
Co-op
Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Carmarthenshire 29,595 14,739 49.8 5,430 18.3 7,395 25.0 2,031 6.9
Ceredigion 12,140 7,146 58.9 1,971 16.2 1,716 14.1 1,307 10.8
Pembrokeshire 16,406 4,643 28.9 5,168 32.2 5,386 33.6 1,209 7.5
Powys 18,388 4,795 26.1 6,565 35.7 3,856 21.0 3,172 17.3
2024 Gwent police and crime commissioner election[58]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Jane Mudd 28,476 41.7 −0.1
Conservative Hannah Jarvis 21,919 32.1 +3.2
Plaid Cymru Donna Cushing 9,864 14.4 −1.8
Liberal Democrats Mike Hamilton 8,078 11.8 +7.6
Turnout 68,337
Labour Co-op hold Swing

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Plaid Cymru Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Blaenau Gwent 6,038 3,057 50.6 1,362 22.6 1,065 17.6 554 9.2
Caerphilly 18,191 7,635 42.0 4,518 24.8 4,315 23.7 1,723 9.5
Monmouthshire 15,420 5,744 37.3 6,653 43.1 1,168 7.6 1,855 12.0
Newport 19,142 7,905 41.3 6,382 33.3 2,032 10.6 2,823 14.7
Torfaen 9,546 4,135 43.3 3,004 31.5 1,284 13.5 1,123 11.8
2024 North Wales police and crime commissioner election[59]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Andy Dunbobbin 31,950 36.0 +6.9
Conservative Brian Jones 26,281 29.6 −2.0
Plaid Cymru Ann Griffith 23,466 26.4 −2.0
Liberal Democrats Richard Marbrow 7,129 8.0 +3.7
Turnout 88,826
Labour Co-op hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Plaid Cymru Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Conwy 15,785 5,650 35.8 5,955 37.7 3,198 20.3 982 6.2
Denbighshire 13,469 5,017 37.2 5,473 40.6 2,173 16.1 806 6.0
Flintshire 18,955 8,271 43.6 5,722 30.2 2,093 11.0 2,869 15.1
Gwynedd 15,937 3,892 24.4 2,330 14.6 9,058 56.8 657 4.1
Isle of Anglesey 10,146 2,790 27.5 2,804 27.6 4,135 40.8 417 4.1
Wrexham 14,534 6,330 43.6 3,997 27.5 2,809 19.3 1,398 9.6
2024 South Wales police and crime commissioner election[60]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Emma Wools 73,128 45.2 +4.2
Conservative George Carroll 43,344 26.8 +2.5
Plaid Cymru Dennis Clarke 27,410 16.9 −2.1
Liberal Democrats Sam Bennett 17,908 11.1 +6.5
Turnout 161,790
Labour Co-op hold Swing

Results by authority

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District Total votes Labour
Co-op
Conservative Plaid Cymru Lib Dem
# % # % # % # %
Bridgend 16,069 7,375 45.9 4,758 29.6 2,453 15.3 1,483 9.2
Cardiff
Merthyr Tydfil 5,439 2,910 53.5 1,086 20.0 982 18.1 461 8.5
Neath Port Talbot
Rhondda Cynon Taf 23,595 11,109 47.1 5,531 23.4 4,928 20.9 2,027 8.6
Swansea 29,384 13,869 47.2 7,624 25.9 3,765 12.8 4,126 14.0
Vale of Glamorgan 21,870 8,014 36.6 8,430 38.5 3,692 16.9 1,734 7.9

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