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Wiltshire is the first police force in the country to declare the result of its Police and Crime Commissioner election.
Angus Macpherson has won a second term as Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon.
He was re-elected after the vote went to a second ballot and beat his Labour challenger. The result was declared just before 5am this morning (6 May).
Mr Macpherson, who stood as the Conservative candidate, polled 56,605 votes in the first round, which represented 45%of the vote.
His closest contender, Kevin Small (Labour), received 28,166 in the first round (22% of the vote).
The turnout for the Wiltshire PCC vote was 25%, that's up from 16% in 2012.
Mr Macpherson, who was first elected in November 2012, will serve a four-year term. He will officially start his new term of office on Thursday 12 May 2016.
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Victims of crime are to be helped by a new care unit that has been set up by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon and Cornwall.
It will guide people to more than 60 organisations that can provide them with specialist help.
The unit in Exeter has been welcomed by one woman who suffered at the hands of a sex attacker.
David Woodland reports.
Victims and witnesses of crime are being offered more help in Wiltshire.
A joint project starting today between the Police and Crime Commissioner and the force aims to provide more integrated support through the criminal justice process.
Implementing a minimum unit pricing for alcoholic drinks would dratically reduce the harm caused by alcohol abuse. That's the message from Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Hogg.
He's written to the Government asking for a system to be put in place immediately. It's estimated the cost of alcohol fuelled crime in Devon and Cornwall costs £366 million pounds.