Election 2016

Barry Coppinger re-elected as Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner

Barry Coppinger

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.

Candidates are listed alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the candidates.

Results after second round of votes

Cleveland Constabulary
Candidate Party
Barry John Coppinger Labour 41,337
Matthew Alexander Vickers Conservative 25,229

Results after first round of votes

Cleveland Constabulary
Candidate Party
Sultan Alam Independent 11,895
Barry John Coppinger Labour 32,733
Steve Matthews UKIP 17,005
Matthew Alexander Vickers Conservative 18,196

More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.