The election for the Thames Valley Area Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) was held on Thursday May 6 and the votes have now been counted.
Published: Monday, 10th May 2021
Matthew Barber was elected after a second round of counting, using second preference votes. He will take office on 13 May.
The results after the first round of counting were as follows:
|The Conservative Party Candidate||267,404|
|Labour and Co-operative Party||175,123|
After the second round of counting, the results including second preference votes were as follows:
|The Conservative Party Candidate||313,148|
|Labour and Co-operative Party||233,446|
The votes were tallied at decentralised counts at 13 local authorities and reported to the regional hub at Spiceball Leisure Centre in Banbury.
Overall turnout across the Thames Valley Police Area was 35.9 per cent. View a detailed breakdown of the results.
View background on the PCC election and links to further information about the PCC.