Humberside police and crime commissioner results

Matthew Grove from the Conservative Party has been elected police and crime commissioner for the Humberside police area.

HUMBERSIDE: Matthew Grove (Conservative) elected

Turnout does not include spoilt ballots

Turnout: 133,762 (19.15%)

Second round

Candidate

Party

Final total

%

Status

Matthew Grove

Conservative

42,164

Elected

John Prescott

Labour

39,933

First round

Candidate

Party

1st pref

%

2nd pref

John Prescott

Labour

33,282

24.9%

6,651

Matthew Grove

Conservative

29,440

22%

12,724

Paul Davison

Independent

28,807

21.5%

Godfrey Bloom

UKIP

21,484

16.1%

Simone Butterworth

Liberal Democrat

11,655

8.7%

Walter Sweeney

Independent

5,118

3.8%

Neil Eyre

Independent

3,976

3%

Turnout does not include spoiled ballots

GODFREY BLOOM - UKIP

Godfrey Bloom Godfrey Bloom is an MEP

Godfrey Bloom has been selected as UKIP's candidate for the post.

He is currently the MEP for Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.

Mr Bloom said he has a "strict no-tolerance view of anti-social behaviour" and he would give the local community the police force they deserved.

Godfrey Bloom's election statement

SIMONE BUTTERWORTH - Liberal Democrat

Simone Butterworth Simone Butterworth is a Hull City councillor

Simone Butterworth has been selected as the Liberal Democrats candidate.

Ms Butterworth is a Hull City councillor for the Avenue Ward.

She said: "I'm standing in this election because people in the Humberside force area deserve a progressive alternative to the choices on offer."

Simone Butterworth's election statement

PAUL DAVISON - Independent

Paul Davison Paul Davison said he would make the police investigate every crime

Paul Davison is standing as an Independent candidate.

A former chief superintendent, he retired earlier this year after working for Humberside Police for 30 years.

He said if elected he would insist that Humberside Police investigate every crime reported to them.

Paul Davison's election statement

NEIL EYRE - Independent

Neil Eyre Neil Eyre is a former soldier

Neil Eyre, who lives in North East Lincolnshire, is standing as an Independent candidate.

A former soldier who served in the Royal Signals, he now works as a project manager in Scunthorpe.

Mr Eyre is running on the slogan "Keep politics out of policing."

MATTHEW GROVE - Conservative

Matthew Grove Matthew Grove is a businessman and local councillor

Matthew Grove is standing on behalf of the Conservative party.

Currently an East Riding of Yorkshire councillor, the Conservative candidate also runs his own business.

He said his top priorities would include cutting crime, freeing up police officers and supporting tougher community sentences.

Matthew Grove's election statement

JOHN PRESCOTT - Labour

John Prescott Lord Prescott was a Labour MP in Hull for 40 years

John Prescott is standing as the Labour party candidate for the post.

He represented Hull as a Labour MP for 40 years and said that he was "honoured" to have been selected as the Labour candidate for the police commissioner role.

One of his campaign pledges is to give "better support for the victims of crime".

John Prescott's election statement

WALTER SWEENEY - Independent

Walter Sweeney Walter Sweeney was a Conservative MP in Wales

Walter Sweeney is standing as an Independent candidate for the post.

A former Conservative MP for Vale of Glamorgan between 1992 and 1997, he now runs a B&B in Beverley, East Yorkshire.

In his time as an MP he served on the home affairs select committee and has also served as a member of the Bedfordshire Police Authority.

Walter Sweeney's election statement

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