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Conservative Anthony Stansfeld is interviewed after winning the election to become the Thames Valley Police Commissioner.
Not official yet but indications are that Independent candidate Simon Hayes has defeated Tory Michael Mates to become Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
Counting is still take place in the Sussex Police and Crime Commsioner elections but early indications are that Conservative Katy Bourne is ahead.
Conservative Anthony Stansfeld has won the election to become the Thames Valley Police Commissioner.
No official result yet but all indications are that Conservative Anthony Stansfeld has won the election to become the Thames Valley Police Commissioner.
Just in: Nick Alston, Conservative, is the new Police and Crime Cmmissioner for Essex.
The second round count is starting shortly for the Hampshire Police Commsioner.
The votes after the first round were as follows:
Michael Mates, Conservative, 53,616
Simon Hayes, Independent 47,632
Jacqui Rayment, Labour 38,813
David Ian Goodall, Lib Dem 27,197
Don Jerrard, The Justice and Anti-Corruption party 24,443
Stephen Michael West UKIP, 21,185
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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.