Tories keep PCC role in South West as Alison Hernandez wins
The Conservatives' Alison Hernandez has been elected as Devon and Cornwall's police and crime commissioner.
She took the seat with 91,036 votes with her Labour rival Gareth Derrick on 87,242 votes after both went through to a second round.
There was a turnout of 22.8%, up from 15% in the election of November 2012.
The area's first police and crime commissioner, Conservative Tony Hogg, who was elected in 2012, confirmed last year he would stand for re-election.
Ms Hernandez said: "I'm just delighted that the people of Devon and Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly have put their faith in me to get the best out of Devon & Cornwall Police and keep us all safe."
BBC News App users: tap here to see the results.
|Devon and Cornwall Constabulary - Results after the second round of votes|
|Devon and Cornwall Constabulary - Results after the first round of votes|
|Richard Younger-Ross||Liberal Democrat||35,154|
More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.