Barry Coppinger re-elected as Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner
Labour's Barry Coppinger has been re-elected as Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner.
He retained his position with 41,337 votes, ahead of Conservative Matthew Vickers, who received 25,229.
Those figures were a total of first and second preference votes as there was no overall winner with 50 per cent after the initial round.
The total turnout was 79,829 - 19.73% of the electorate, which was up 5% from the 2012 election.
Candidates standing in Cleveland Constabulary are listed below.
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Results after second round of votes
|Barry John Coppinger||Labour||41,337|
|Matthew Alexander Vickers||Conservative||25,229|
Results after first round of votes
|Barry John Coppinger||Labour||32,733|
|Matthew Alexander Vickers||Conservative||18,196|
More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.