Labour candidate becomes Derbyshire PCC
Labour candidate Hardyal Singh Dhindsa has been elected as police and crime commissioner for Derbyshire.
He won the seat with 78,858 votes - his nearest rival was the Conservative candidate Richard Bright with 77,245 votes.
Derbyshire's previous PCC was Labour's Alan Charles, who decided not to stand for re-election, describing the workload as "full-on".
The overall turnout for the Derbyshire PCC election was 23.93%.
This was up from 14.75% in 2012.
Chris Doidge, BBC Radio Derby's political reporter, said: "Derbyshire's turnout in the PCC election was higher than Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.
"This is not a great surprise, as there were other elections in Derbyshire."
Candidates are listed alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the candidates.
Votes at the first stage count:
|Hardyal Singh Dhindsa||Labour||66,925|
|Tom Snowdon||Liberal Democrat||19,492|
|Stuart David Yeowart||UKIP||30,381|
Votes following the second stage count:
|Hardyal Singh Dhindsa||Labour||78,858|
More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.