Election 2016

Thames Valley PCC election: Anthony Stansfeld secures second term

Anthony Stansfeld
Image caption The Conservative received 39.93% of the first preference votes

Conservative Anthony Stansfeld has been re-elected Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley.

He won 39.93% of first preference votes - falling shy of the 50% needed - so was forced to go to another round where second preference votes were counted.

The former Army veteran won a total of 202,396 first and second preferences, compared with his nearest challenger Laetisia Carter.

She took 172,717 of the first and second preference votes.

Turnout was 25.6%, up from 13.3% in 2012.

Candidates are listed alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the results.

Thames Valley Police
Candidate First round vote Second preference total Party
Laetisia Carter 138,084 172,717 Labour
John Howson 59,575 Liberal Democrat
Anthony Stansfeld 164,554 202,396 Conservative
Lea Trainer 49,942 UKIP