Labour candidate Hardyal Dhindsa has been elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire.
78,858 people voted for him.
Conservative John Campion elected as the new West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner.
Conservative candidate Matthew Ellis has been re-elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Staffordshire.
Our reporter Chris Halpin was at the count:
Labour candidate Paddy Tipping will continue to be the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire.
Of the 799,631 registered voters across Nottinghamshire, 21.8% turned out to vote in 704 polling stations.
The PCC is responsible for setting the priorities for the police force in Nottinghamshire, responding to the needs of local communities, setting the policing budget, and monitoring how well the police are performing.
Five out of nine of Staffordshire's council areas have declared first round of results for Police and Crime Commissioners elections.
So far, Conservative candidate Matthew Ellis is out in the front:
South Staffs, East Staffs, Lichfield, Stafford all counted #PCC2016 - Conservative Matthew Ellis gains most votes in each
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Labour is still the largest party on Walsall Council but lacks the seats for a majority, leaving them in roughly the same position they were in before yesterday's poll.
Callum Watkinson has more:
The result leaves Labour with the largest number of seats, but no overall control.
- Borough Independents 3
- Conservatives 21
- Green 1
- Labour 27
- Liberal Democrats 3
- Newcastle Independents 3
- UK Independence Party (UKIP) 2