Ann Barnes wins Kent police election

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Independent Ann Barnes has been elected as Kent's first police and crime commissioner (PCC).

She will take over responsibility for overseeing Kent Police, appointing and dismissing the chief constable and setting the budget.

Figures show the turnout was 16%.

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