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The new Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey is Independent Kevin Hurley, a former Scotland Yard Borough Commander. He had a grand total of 52,793 votes, defeating Conservative Julie Iles who had 45,068 votes.
Conservative candidate, Anthony Stansfeld, has been elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley area.
First preference votes: Patience Tayo Awe - Independent - 1150 votes. Barry Cooper - UKIP - 1440 votes . Geoff Howard - Independent - 2548 votes. John Orrell Howson - Liberal Democrat - 1591 votes. Anthony Stansfield - Conservative Party - 6492 votes. Tim Starkey - Labour Party - 3029 votes.
Independent Kevin Hurley has been announced as the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.
VIDEO: Conservative candidate Katy Bourne has been elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex.
Independent Anne Barnes has become the first Police Commissioner for Kent.
Simon Hayes, Independent, has defeated Tory Michael Mates to become Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Hayes received 80669 votes. Michael Mates received 65804.
Official result just in. Simon Hayes has defeated Tory Michael Mates to become Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
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Dire turnouts have threatened to undermine the first generation of police and crime commissioners with as few as 10% of people voting.