Matthew Ellis re-elected Staffordshire PCC
Matthew Ellis has been elected Staffordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner for a second term.
It was a close contest between the Conservative and Labour's George Adamson.
Mr Ellis polled exactly 75,000 votes following a second round of counting, with Mr Adamson, the leader of Cannock Chase Council, achieving 66,513.
Mr Ellis said he would put "all the resources into frontline policing we can."
Three other candidates were eliminated after the first round of counting; UKIP's Harold Gregory came third, with 27,550 votes, Independent Natalie Devaney polled fourth with 22,155 and the Green Party's Paul Woodhead was fifth with 6,527.
Turnout was up to 21.57%, up from 11% four years ago - then the lowest in the country.
Candidates are listed alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the results.
|Matthew Clyde Ellis||Conservative||75,000|
Results after the first round of votes
|Natalie Elizabeth Devaney||Independent||22,155|
|Matthew Clyde Ellis||Conservative||63,123|
|Harold David Gregory||UKIP||27,550|
|Paul Edward Woodhead||Green Party||6,527|
More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.