As it happened: Police election results

Key Points

  • Elections of police and crime commissioners across England and Wales have seen wins by Conservative, Labour and independent candidates.
  • Former deputy PM Lord Prescott was defeated in the election for commissioner of Humberside
  • Low turnouts - typically between 10% and 20% - have attracted much adverse comment. Average turnout was put at about 14.5%.

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