Cumbria police and crime commissioner results

Richard Rhodes of the Conservative Party has been elected police and crime commissioner for Cumbria.

CUMBRIA: Richard Rhodes (Conservative) elected

Turnout does not include spoilt ballots

Turnout: 62,249 (15.6%)

Second round

Candidate

Party

Final total

%

Status

Richard Rhodes

Conservative

25,408

55.6

Elected

Patrick Leonard

Labour

20,317

44.4

First round

Candidate

Party

1st pref

%

2nd pref

Richard Rhodes

Conservative

18,080

29

7,328

Patrick Leonard

Labour

15,301

24.6

5,016

Mary Robinson

Independent

15,245

24.5

Pru Jupe

Liberal Democrat

13,623

21.9

Find out more about these candidates below.

PRU JUPE - Liberal Democrat

South Lakeland Cllr Pru Jupe Pru Jupe is a parish and district councillor

Pru Jupe is a barrister and South Lakeland councillor.

Her pledges include retaining a visible policing presence in every community.

She also wants to keep the police element of council tax down and avoid using private security firms to carry out frontline duties.

Pru Jupe's election statement

PATRICK LEONARD - Labour

Patrick Leonard Patrick Leonard is a former chief executive of Allerdale District Council

Patrick Leonard is the director of a housing association in Cumbria.

He has experience of local government management and was chief executive of Allerdale District Council and is an honorary treasurer of the Cumbria Council for Voluntary Service.

Mr Leonard has pledged to support neighbourhood policing and ensure victims of antisocial behaviour get a response within 24 hours.

Patrick Leonard's election statement

RICHARD RHODES - Conservative

Richard Rhodes Richard Rhodes is the chair of Cumbria Probation Trust

Richard Rhodes was a head teacher for 22 years and a magistrate for more than 30.

He is currently chairman of the Cumbria Probation Trust and has vowed to establish "hot spot policing" which would ensure resources were used in the areas where they were most needed.

Other priorities include restorative justice and victim support.

Richard Rhodes' election statement

MARY ROBINSON - Independent

Mary Robinson Mary Robinson is deputy leader of Eden District Council

Mary Robinson is a district and county councillor, chairwoman of the Carlisle and Eden Crime Reduction Partnership and head of business and marketing at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery.

She believes in a zero tolerance approach to crime and antisocial behaviour.

Her other pledges include prioritising domestic violence prevention and improving communication with the public.

Mary Robinson's election statement

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