Wales' new police and crime commissioners elected
Plaid Cymru and Labour have scored two wins each in the elections for police and crime commissioners in Wales.
Plaid's Dafydd Llywelyn beat the incumbent Tory commissioner Christopher Salmon in Dyfed-Powys.
His colleague Arfon Jones won in North Wales, where independent Winston Roddick did not seek re-election.
Jeff Cuthbert took Gwent for Labour, replacing independent Ian Johnston who also stood down. Labour's Alun Michael was re-elected in South Wales.
The new police and crime commissioners have called for more publicity for the elections to help the public with their votes.
Jordan Davies reports.
09 May 2016
- From the section Wales